'C'mon C'mon shows the pleasure and pangs of parenting : Pop Culture Happy Hour In the movie C'mon C'mon, Joaquin Phoenix plays an audio journalist who, after visiting his sister (played by Gaby Hoffmann), takes his young nephew (played by Woody Norman) on the road as he interviews kids about the world. Along the way, the two learn a lot about each other. Directed by Mike Mills, it's a film about family, loss, and joy — and it's about radio.

'C'mon C'mon shows the pleasure and pangs of parenting

'C'mon C'mon shows the pleasure and pangs of parenting

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In the movie C'mon C'mon, Joaquin Phoenix plays an audio journalist who, after visiting his sister (played by Gaby Hoffmann), takes his young nephew (played by Woody Norman) on the road as he interviews kids about the world. Along the way, the two learn a lot about each other. Directed by Mike Mills, it's a film about family, loss, and joy — and it's about radio.

The audio was produced by Mike Katzif and edited by Jessica Reedy.