Kathryn Hahn is a mother weathering a sexless, shouty marriage with Josh Radnor. Jane Lynch is Hahn’s therapist. Juno Temple is a stripper Hahn turns into a nanny. Keegan Michael Key of Key & Peele is floating around. And it’s all written and directed by Six Feet Under alum Jill Soloway, who took home Sundance’s Directing Award in the U.S. Dramatic category. Hahn told us a couple things about the film back at Sundance, namely (a) that she has an actual orgasm onscreen at the end, and (b) “It just felt like women sitting around, talking about their sex lives, the life that they had before children. Now they have these responsibilities and dying marriages and all those things.” Sounds, and looks, promising.