After losing his restaurant, chef Clay Maguire must start all over. This time at the bottom. Pushing forty with no other skills, Clay enters the strange world of the Unemployable Interviewees of America. He soon meets others who share his plight. He meets Liz who traveled in the Peace Corp; Bob who was a manufacturing engineer and at 64 is too old to get hired elsewhere; and Charlie, who's job as a corporate hiring manager is so miserable that he only hires interviewees he hates because working at his company should be a form of punishment. Their job counselor, Sam, gives no encouragement, but relays the 'wisdom' of his homeless buddy Nick. Clay and his fellow job-seekers strive for dignity, success, or at least a job taking customer service calls from prison inmates for minimum wage.
Job hunting -- United States -- Drama.
Minimum wage -- United States -- Drama.
Unemployed -- United States -- Drama.
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Cart Horst Films (Firm)
Lee, Mark E.
Mark E. Lee Productions (Firm)
Ocean Park Home Entertainment (Firm)
PorchLight Entertainment (Firm)
Pyle, Missi, 1972-
Small Pond Pictures (Firm)
Sweeney, D. B. (Daniel Bernard), 1961-
Walter, Lisa Ann, 1963-
Yarbrough, Cedric, 1973-