After the likes of Cirque Du Freak and Little Fockers, director Paul Weitz wants to show another side of himself with an adaptation of the memoir Another Bullshit Night in Suck City. Unsurprisingly the title has had to ben changed to somehting a little less evocative, so they’re calling it Being Flynn. The film follows Nick Flynn (Paul Dano) who is shocked to have his eccentric and long-absent father, Jonathan (Robert De Niro) reach out to him unexpectedly. Still feeling the loss of his mother (played in flashbacks by Julianne Moore) and in the midst of starting a new relationship with Denise (Olivia Thirlby), the last person Nick wants to see is his father. Slowly Nick comes to realise he has been given the chance to make a real future not only for himself, but for his struggling father too.