Fancy Dancing | 2002
Asa has never worked a day in his life, nor does he plan to. He considers himself an artist, specifically a poet and a composer. He rejects all things responsible as mediocre, including basic hygiene and taking proper care of his young son, Michael. The only thing absolutely consistent in Asa's bohemian life is that he will squander his trust fund and he will indiscriminately try to seduce women - and even suceed when the law of averages are in his favour. One day, Asa is confronted by Michael's grandparents. He is given an ultimatum, either clean up his act or lose his son forever. Before this moment Asa never quite seemed aware of how important Michael is to him but now he may be losing him forever.