Starring Sam Rockwell, Anjelica Huston, and Kelly Macdonald
Directed by Clark Gregg
Victor Mancini (Sam Rockwell) has a problem. He's a sex addict. He attends group therapy sessions, primarily to meet new women to have sex with. He's clearly out of control, so much so that he can't see the cliff he went over from where he is now.
Victor Mancini has a problem. His mother (Anjelica Huston) is slowly slipping from reality. She's in an expensive hospital that doesn't treat her so much as it keeps her alive. Because Victor doesn't make much money working as a street character in a recreation of a colonial town, one of those places that would not exist without school field trips, he has to find alternate means of bankrolling his mother's stay.Victor Mancini has a problem. Rather than getting a second job in telemarketing or just a better first job, Victor cons innocent people out of their money through pity. He goes to restaurants, purposely chokes on food, then falls in the laps of the richest-looking diners. When they save his life, he lays on the sob stories about how he needs money for this or that, and they always oblige.