Paternity Leave

2015 • 89 minutes
44 reviews
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Greg, a 30-year-old web designer, is settled into a stable and healthy relationship with Ken, a criminal defense attorney. Caught in a moment of passion on the eve of their four year anniversary, Greg soon begins feeling nauseated, fatigued, moody and - most unfortunately - fat. At his wit's end and his boyfriend's insistence, he sees a doctor who's stumped and refers the couple to a specialist. To everyone's amazement, Greg is pregnant. Shock, stress, and fear settle in, and Greg's relationship gets put to the ultimate test. Paternity Leave poses a modern answer to the age old question: "Are we ready to be parents?"
44 reviews
A Google user
January 3, 2016
I don't recommend this movie if you have some homophobic issues, don't have any humor or just are too religious. The actors are pretty bad, sometimes you simply cannot belive them (that doctor is the worst acting job I have seen). But the message is clear: if men could become pregnant, pregnancy leaves will be not a debate. Beside the movie has some good moments. Absolut love the sister.
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