The movie’s idea seemed promising. It’s the 1970s, and Farrah Fawcett is all the rage, and all Aurelie (Kira McLean) wants is a permanent. There are familial issues that surface with that, but this mess never gets off the ground. I never warmed up to any of the characters, which is weird, because I normally like Rainn Wilson, and do love Patricial Arquette, who plays Aurelie’s parent’s. After several corny jokes about how Aurelie spells her name, I kind of gave up and never recovered.