By Dan Snierson
Updated June 19, 2015 at 12:00 PM EDT
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What happens when a dinner invitation turns into much more than that? That’s the question asked—and answered—by The Overnight, a fun, saucy big-screen comedy curevball about a married, just-moved-to-L.A. couple (Taylor Schilling and Adam Scott) who are befriended by a far less traditional pair (Jason Schwartzman and Judith Godrèche). The foursome wind up on an adventure that includes but is not limited to wine, more wine, more-than-meets-the-eye paintings, and some highly vulnerable skinny-dipping.

EW recently caught up with the actors and asked them to play a round of The Pitch, in which they must explain how the film (now in theaters) will appeal to almost every demographic imaginable. Watch Scott (who also serves an executive producer), Schilling, Schwartzman and Godrèche creatively sell The Overnight to old hippie farmers, Soho artists, young lifeguards and—sure, why not?— UN interpreters in the video below.

The Overnight

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