Liane Balaban made quite an impression as Dustin Hoffman’s sweetly sad, set-to-wed daughter in Last Chance Harvey, and will be recognizable to plenty of folks from her recurring role on the small screen’s Supernatural. In her latest film, however, Balaban gets to channel a wild, daffy femininity whose unhinged, slightly damaged siren call will strike a chord of familiarity in many a guy. Finding Joy finds disillusioned author Kyle (Josh Cooke) returning home and having to cope with various indignities tossed his way by his estranged father (Barry Bostwick) and new stepmother (Lainie Kazan). When he meets Balaban’s spunky bohemian title character, frustrated, comedically-inflected romance ensues. I recently had a chance to talk with the Canadian-born actress one-on-one, about Finding Joy, superstitions, her unisex menstruation website and more. The conversation is excerpted over at ShockYa, so click here for the read.