Donald Cried

Synopsis: With sudden passing of his grandmother, Peter Latang returns to his hometown and encounters his long lost, childhood friend, Donald Treebeck. What begins as a simple favor, turns into a long day's journey into the past.
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Director(s): Kris Avedisian
Production: Electric Chinoland
  8 wins & 7 nominations.
 
IMDB:
6.5
Metacritic:
72
Rotten Tomatoes:
94%
NOT RATED
Year:
2016
85 min
$61,309
Website
8 Views


Oh, god.

I don't need you to do it

right now, I mean, really,

if you could come later,

it'd be fine.

I mean, I'm really,

really kinda stuck.

Listen, like I said,

it's just not a good day.

Like, any other day, man, I'd be

there for you in, like, a second.

Bro, like, you know,

you don't have any friends

or family there that

can help you out?

No, no, no, no, no.

There's not.

Yeah, I wish I could, man, but like

I said, it's just not a good day.

Okay.

Donald?

Can I help you?

It's Latang.

Pete?

Are you serious?

How you doing?

Oh, my god.

No!

No, it's not you!

It's not you.

Oh, my god!

Yes!

Yes!

Oh, my god.

Oh!

- How are you doing?

- What are you here for?

Oh!

Oh, my god.

Are you moving back here?

Tell me you're moving

back here, please.

I'm not.

- You're not?

- No, I'm...

I'm here for Nona's.

I'm just taking care of the affairs

and the house and everything.

Yeah.

I wasn't sure if you'd

be back for that or not.

I know, I know.

My family and everybody,

we're so sorry.

- That's very sweet...

- And you know in these times

how important it is,

the grieving process,

to have friends

and family around.

We would be here for you,

whatever you need.

- Yeah, okay, I appreciate that.

- All right?

- All right.

- Thank you.

I mean, what are we gonna do?

That's the question

we need to start asking ourselves

right now, what are we gonna do?

- What are we doing?

- Yeah.

I am...

I'm just still like...

Having such a hard time processing

this reality right now.

This is such a hard reality.

Do you feel like that

at all? Yeah?

Yeah, me too.

I'm kind of sensing it, yeah.

I was like, "who is this old guy

at my fucking doorstep.

Who is this old guy?"

And you said your name and I

was just like, "oh, my god!"

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