“The young director Owen Kline packs worlds of cringe into FUNNY PAGES—shame, disgust, embarrassment, sweaty sexual panic, acres of pustules—it’s all here in this terrific, tonally flawless feature debut.”
—Manohla Dargis, New York Times
“It is gross, but in a very tactile, visceral way… It feels very raw and alive.”
—Christy Lemire, NPR
In this witty and bizarre new comedy, a teenage cartoonist rejects the comforts of his suburban life and leaves home, finding an unwilling teacher and unwitting friend in Wallace, a former low-level comic artist. Produced by the Safdie Brothers and Ronald Bronstein.