Directed By
Produced By
Dolly Hall
Written By
Dolly Hall Productions
Distributed By
IFC Films
Release Date
November 16, 2012
Rating NR

Price Check is a 2012 comedy film about the high price of a middle-class life. The film was written and directed by Michael Walker.


Pete Cozy has found himself a house in the suburbs and a job in the pricing department of a middling supermarket chain. Pete's job allows him to spend quality time with his wife and young son and, despite the fact that they are drowning in debts, they appear happy. Everything changes when Pete gets a new boss, the beautiful, high powered, fast talking Susan Felders. With Susan's influence, Pete finds himself on the executive track. Something that both surprises and excites him. The more his salary increases, the more he has to perform at work... and the less time he gets to spend with his family. At the same time, his relationship with his boss begins to cross the line of professional etiquette. Both become enamored with one another - creating tension in the workplace and in his personal home life.


Parker Posey as Susan Felders
Eric Mabius as Pete Cozy
Annie Parisse as Sara Cozy
Josh Pais as Doug
Edward Herrmann as Bennington
Remy Auberjonois as Todd Kenner
Jayce Bartok as Bobby McCain
Samrat Chakrabarti as Eddie
Cheyenne Jackson as Ernie
Stephen Kunken as Cartwright
Amy Schumer as Lila
Matt Servitto as Jim Grady


Price Check Official Trailer 1 (2012) - Parker Posey, Eric Mabius Movie HD02:20

Price Check Official Trailer 1 (2012) - Parker Posey, Eric Mabius Movie HD


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