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Ordinary World is an American comedy-drama film written and directed by Lee Kirk. The film stars Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong in his first leading role, as well as Judy Greer, Selma Blair, Dallas Roberts, Chris Messina, Fred Armisen, Brian Baumgartner, and Kevin Corrigan. Filming began late 2014 in New York City. The film was originally screened at the Tribeca as Geezer, before its title was changed to Ordinary World, named after a song heard in the film. It is also the closing track on Green Day’s 2016 album Revolution Radio.
In 1995, Perry Miller (Billie Joe Armstrong) performs in New York with his punk band known as The Skunks. His band gives a brief interview before they play their song “Devil’s Kind”.
20 years later, Perry and his band have parted. Forced to accept his new life, Miller reluctantly lives his grown-up lifestyle as a father of two with his hard-working lawyer wife Karen (Selma Blair), his talented guitar-playing daughter Salome (Madisyn Shipman) and his newborn child. On his 40th birthday, the same day as his daughter’s talent show, Perry is disappointed to notice that nobody has remembered his birthday. After picking up his daughter’s new guitar his wife picked out for her, Perry arrives at work at his family’s hardware store where his younger brother Jake (Chris Messina) has accepted the main responsibility. His brother chastises him on his constant lethargy at work until Perry reveals to him that his family forgot his birthday. Upset for him, Jake gives Perry the day off and $1000 to do whatever he wishes to, hopeful that giving him a day to relax will allow him to overcome what has been causing his apathy.
Perry eventually finds a nice hotel where he plans to throw a reunion party for his band. While waiting to rent a room, Perry runs into Christy (Judy Greer), an old girlfriend of his when he was in the band. She reveals she is now a manager for Joan Jett, who is performing in New York that night. Soon after, Perry rents the presidential suite from the pristine no-nonsense owner (Brian Baumgartner), who firmly reminds him that the hotel has a strict “no-party” policy. After purchasing the room for the day, he calls his old bandmates; just after they arrive, Perry is reminded by his wife that he must let his in-laws into the house that he forgot about. In his absence, his drummer Gary (Fred Armisen) excitedly invites a stripper and many others into the hotel room.