A stage director and an actress struggle through a grueling, coast-to-coast divorce that pushes them to their personal extremes.
Scarlett Johansson (Nicole Barber), Adam Driver (Charlie Barber), Laura Dern (Nora Fanshaw), Alan Alda (Bert Spitz), Ray Liotta (Jay Marotta), Julie Hagerty (Sandra), Merritt Wever (Cassie) more..., Azhy Robertson (Henry Barber), Wallace Shawn (Frank), Martha Kelly (The Evaluator), Mark O'Brien (Carter Mitchum), Julia Greer (Street Solicitor #1), Matthew Maher (Theater Actor), Eric Berryman (Theater Actor), Mickey Sumner (Beth - Theater Actor), Jasmine Cephas Jones (Theater Actor), Gideon Glick (Theater Actor), Motell Gyn Foster (Theater Actor), David Turner (Theater Actor), Raymond J. Lee (Theater Actor), Mary Wiseman (Theater Actor), Pete Simpson (Theater Actor), Irene Choi (Theater Actor), Matthew Shear (Terry - Theater Actor), Becca Blackwell (Theater Actor), Brooke Bloom (Mary Ann), Hannah Dunne (Agnes - Set Designer), McKinley Belcher III (Lighting Designer), Roslyn Ruff (Donna - Costume Designer), Santiago Mallan (Intern), Robert Smigel (Mediator), Amanda Rovner (Babysitter), Carlos Jacott (Producer), Sarah Jones (Carol - Producer), Dean Wareham (Cinematographer), Bashir Salahuddin (Director), Vinny Chhibber (Visual Effects Guy), Ayden Mayeri (Makeup Artist), Erin Evans (Wardrobe Assistant), Lucas Neff (Pablo (Grip)) and others.
Francine Maisler (Casting), Noah Baumbach (Producer), Noah Baumbach (Writer), Douglas Aibel (Casting), Kathy Driscoll (Casting Associate), Randy Newman (Original Music Composer), Randy Newman (Conductor) more..., David Heyman (Producer), Goro Koyama (Foley Artist), Andy Malcolm (Foley Artist), Deborah La Mia Denaver (Makeup Department Head), Andrew Hull (Art Direction), Mark Bridges (Costume Design), Leslie J. Converse (Associate Producer), Robbie Ryan (Director of Photography), Ann Pala (Key Makeup Artist), Don White (Foley Mixer), Jade Healy (Production Design), Jade Healy (Production Designer), Adam Willis (Set Decoration), Rich Bologna (Sound Effects Editor), Rich Bologna (Additional Sound Re-Recording Mixer), Rich Bologna (Foley Editor), Jennifer Lame (Editor), Tracey Landon (Unit Production Manager), Tracey Landon (Line Producer), Craig Shilowich (Executive Producer), Louis Dargenzio (Transportation Coordinator), George Drakoulias (Music Supervisor), Roger Bojarski Jr. (Transportation Captain), Paul Schmitz (Second Assistant Director), Debbie DeLisi (Extras Casting), Renetta G. Amador (Script Supervisor), Sandra Fox (Foley Artist), Randall L. Johnson (Boom Operator), Jac Rubenstein (Supervising Dialogue Editor), Alexa Zimmerman (ADR Editor), Tiffany Busche (Costumer), Joe E. Rand (Music Editor), David C. Hughes (Sound Effects Editor) and others.
Nora and Nicole see that Charlie has changed his legal representation. He is now represented by Jay Marotta.
Cast and crew celebrates Nicole’s last show with them, and the fact that the show goes to Broadway.
To illustrate Charlie's point “She really listens when someone is talking. Someone she listens too much for too long.” we see Nicole stop by an animal rights petitioner on the street.