“Franz Kafka meets Serial Mom meets Edward Scissorhands somewhere on the edge of whatever alternative universe The Lobster was set” could be one clumsy way to describe Greener Grass, a frequently funny black comedy feature debut from the writing-directing team of Jocelyn DeBoer and Dawn Luebbe, both Upright Citizens Brigade alumni.
Leslie Felperin, Hollywood Reporter
Greener Grass is the kind of comedy that begins with one suburban mother cheerfully handing over her newborn baby to another mom, to keep, on the sidelines of a kids soccer match. And it only gets more surreal from there. In other words, it’s not quite like any, or at least very many, other comedies you’ve seen before.
Geoff Berkshire, Los Angeles Times