"It's sorta like IT'S A MAD MAD MAD MAD WORLD made for peanuts and directed by Jim Jarmusch, with assists from the ghosts of Robert Altman and Frank Tashlin. It's loose and fun, surprisingly sweet and charming and well worth your time. What's more, the thing is an ensemble piece with a (uniformly excellent) cast so large, chances are if you've ever spent any kind of time in the city you probably know someone in there. Or, more likely, been swindled by them." -- Wyatt Doyle A singing Indian shirt-manufacturing heir exiled in Brooklyn offers $30,000 for a green-card wife and sets off a race between a trio of down-and-out hustlers to find him a bride for a cut of the money in a funny and colorful fable that celebrates and satirizes the folly of life, liberty, and the pursuit of cash in post-9/11 New York City. "Every Dog's Day" is at once a loving tribute to and stinging satire of the persistence of petty money squabbles and affairs of the heart in dire times, and a tragically funny reminder that some people never learn. With Bianca Cassidy of Coco Rosie and Elyas Kahn of Nervous Cabaret.