Tina Fey (30 Rock) and Paul Rudd (This Is 40) are for the first time on the big screen playing partners in Admission, comedy directed by Paul Weitz new winner of the American Film Academy (About a Boy, In Good Company) we encounter detours on the road to happiness.
Each spring, students in senior year looking forward letters of acceptance from colleges that will highlight the potential. At Princeton University, the admission officer is Portia Nathan (Tina Fey), Cerberus assessing severe thousands of applications for admission. Year after year, Portia has lived his life as manually after working more, even in the house that he shares with Professor Mark (Michael Sheen). When Clarence, head of admissions, announces its upcoming retirement pension, the candidates most likely to take place are portable and rival, Corinne (Gloria Reuben). But Portia is lost temper and sees beyond her job because their boss immediately after the announcement, she must go and search for potential candidates.
Along the way, Portia unconventional resume ties with her mother, Susannah (Lily Tomlin). Reach and the New Quest, an alternative high school, where he reunited with a former classmate, now come idealistic professor, John Pressman (Paul Rudd), who recently sent him a letter of recommendation for an extremely gifted student, and it less conventional, Jeremiah (Nat Wolff). Young is likely to be even the son Portia gave up for adoption immediately after birth, while still not finished high school.
Portia is now forced to reassess their personal, yet professional, because wakes bypassing Jeremiah academic rules, thus risking their professional future that you always dreamed, but reveals, on the other hand, a surprising lifestyle for her and love that no not ever dream quilt.