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In a World... is a american film of genre Comedy directed by Lake Bell released in USA on 9 august 2013 with Lake Bell

In a World... (2013)

In a World...
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Released in USA 9 august 2013
Length 1h33
Directed by
OriginUSA
Genres Comedy
Rating66% 3.348293.348293.348293.348293.34829

In a World... is a 2013 American comedy film written, directed and co-produced by Lake Bell.

The film stars Bell as Carol Solomon, a vocal coach intent on doing voice-over work for film trailers. The film co-stars Demetri Martin, Fred Melamed, Rob Corddry, Michaela Watkins, Ken Marino, Nick Offerman, and Tig Notaro.

The film was a financial success, grossing nearly $3 million on a budget of less than $1 million, and received positive reviews from critics.

Synopsis

Sam Sotto is a Hollywood actor who is known as "king of voice-overs". He has done the narration and voice-overs to many theatrical film trailers and films, as well as recently published an autobiography about his life and is about to receive a lifetime achievement award upon turning 60. His daughter, Carol Solomon, is a struggling vocal coach who has always been overshadowed by her father. Sam kicks Carol out of his house so that he can live with his much younger 30-year-old girlfriend Jamie (who is a year younger than Carol). Carol goes to live with her older sister Dani and her husband Moe in their small apartment.

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