Can people somehow not live at home? Why would you have a home and not live in it? Maybe you will argue that some people travel a lot, but then, isn't the road their home? How do you not live at home?
This is the best thread.
Home means more to people than where they live. I can't believe I'm going to say this but, home is where the heart is (I just puked). The best way I can describe it is in metaphor. Where you live is who you date, and your home is the person you love. These things aren't mutually exclusive but they don't always go hand in hand.
The movie poster clearly suggests that Jeff lives with his parents. This would mean he is Jeff Who Lives at Home With His Parents.
Jeff Who Lives at Home could be anyone. It could be you, if you are a Jeff. If I were to tell you "I live at home" you would be like "well, yes, surely."
You wouldn't think: "Oh, you must mean with your parents."
Trailer: Jeff Who Lives At Home
It's an indie dramedy about a messed-up family! Never seen one of those before. Maybe Ed Helms, Judy Greer, and Jason Segel will persuade me to dip my toes into these uncharted waters?
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