This was a painful movie to watch. Dad is a prankster who goes to see his successful consultant daughter after his dog dies. He like goofing on people. He surprises her at work while pretending to be various Jerry Lewis type characters, except without the humor. Every such situation is totally unrealistic, not funny, would never fool anyone, yet the director tries to lead you to believe that his daughter's high level associates and potential customers are completely fooled, which I guess is supposed to be what is hilariously funny. It would only be funny if dad's awkward impersonations were believable and poignant, like Tootsie or Mrs. Doubtfire, or even Jerry Lewis type of roles, but they are not in the least. [Spoiler alert] If you stay with it for 2 hr 40 minutes hoping that in the end it will be dad's endearing qualities that will charm his daughter's associates and help her to win the day, it never happens. If you have a mid-high level corporate job, and you nutty dad showed up at your place of work or while you were ona business trip to win a new client in fake bad teeth, bad hair, bad clothes, and crashed your meetings, either you would deal with the situation immediately to get him removed, or if you couldn't, your bosses would in lees than half of the time that this movie takes to watch. It does have some gratuitous salacious nudity and sexual situations that don't add much to the character development of the movie, but I got the impression that this was included because it helps sell the movie to a European audience. Nothing works.