Comedian and actor Jim Gaffigan grapples with some surprisingly serious issues — capitalism, the gig economy, toxic masculinity — in his new film “American Dreamer.” “I play a ride-share driver, a guy who is down on his luck, is not doing well even in the ride-whare game, so he ends up driving around a drug dealer and then there are a lot of questionable bad decisions,” Gaffigan told TheWrap’s Beatrice Verhoeven. “His approach to fixing things is a very kind of a quick fix, American kind of thing,” the actor said. “He thinks he’s entitled for things and doesn’t want to take accountability for things. I think every man struggles with that because we’re gorillas — we’re just animals. I think women know how to be civilized and men are just pretending.” “American Dreamer,”written and directed by Derrick Borte, is available in select theaters, OnDemand & iTunes on Friday. Watch the full on-camera interview above.