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Breeders

A relatable comedy with Martin Freeman about the toll of raising kids

Comedy, Family

7.1

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United Kingdom, United States of America
English
Funny
2020
Daisy Haggard, Martin Freeman
25 min

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7.1
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Martin Freeman stars opposite the ever-reliable Daisy Haggard (Back to Life) as two parents who are overwhelmed by their two kids. “I would die for those kids but often, I also want to kill them,” his character jokes. 

Breeders might be a comedy but it’s a relatable portrayal of how consuming raising kids can get. The days of serene vacations in Spain are long gone, replaced with uncontrollable rage and lack of sleep. 

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