If a movie takes place in the suburbs, chances are one of the characters is sleeping with someone he or she shouldn't.
Illicit affairs continue to lead to unexpected self-discovery in "The Oranges," the dark comedy in which a middle-aged man's (Hugh Laurie) tryst with his best friend's 24-year-old daughter (Leighton Meester) inadvertently prompts everyone affected by this scandal to step outside the realms of their white picket fences and take a long, hard look at themselves.
New Jersey's been the setting for cinematic examinations of emotional inertia for so long that it's almost a joke onto itself, and "The Oranges" doesn't look like it's going to break any new dramatic ground. However, the trailer shows off an unexpected knack for physical comedy, particularly when Allison Janney knocks an ice bucket out of Laurie's hand and when Oliver Platt taking a swing at Laurie doesn't quite go according to plan.
Check out the trailer below, courtesy of Yahoo! Movies. "The Oranges" will invade the suburbs (and big cities, too) on Oct. 5.