|Genre:||Romance, Comedy, Australian|
|Run Time:|| 92 minutes|
|Year of Release:||2012|
|Consumer Advice:||Strong Sex Scenes|
|Distributor:||Icon Film Distribution Pty Limited||
Impulsive and charismatic, Jonah lives in a crumbling inner-city share-house, surviving off the proceeds of the massive, anarchic house-parties he hosts every week with his best mate Gus (Ryan Corr). All financial considerations and life administration he outsources to fellow housemate Stevie (Sarah Snook). In the wake of an unfortunate discovery during a one-night-stand, Jonah is diagnosed with testicular cancer. Suddenly the party maestro and has a convulsive shift in priorities. With paternal instincts firing, Jonah becomes determined to procreate before it's too late. Advising him to ditch the ex-girlfriend strategy and cut out the emotional complications, Stevie assesses his options with razor-sharp frankness, lining up candidates and brokering meetings. But as Stevie's efforts as a 'womb agent' stall, and time ticks away … Jonah soon realises that the perfect candidate might be closer than anyone would think.