Patton Oswalt on making the cringe comedy I Love My Dad

Many of us have been catfished at least once in our lives. We meet someone online, think they are one thing, and the truth reveals itself: they are not who they said they were or what we hoped they could be. But what if that cute girl or boy you were talking to turned out to be someone you know?  What if the object of your affection online affection turned out to be your father?

Cringy, right? That’s the premise of the new film I Love My Dadwhich stars comedian Patton Oswalt (taking a break from fantasy fare like Netflix’s The Sandman and Marvel’s Eternals) as an estranged father desperate to have contact, any contact, with his troubled son (played by James Morosini, who also wrote and directed the film). In an interview with , Oswalt, Morosini, Rachel Dratch, and Claudia Sulewski chatted about