Lap Dance

Synopsis: An aspiring actress makes a pact with her fiancé to take a job as an exotic dancer to care for her cancer stricken father. Once the pact the couple made is broken, their lives are changed forever. Based on the true story of director Greg Carter and his girlfriend prior to their moving to Los Angeles in 2005.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Greg Carter
Production: Phase 4 Films
100 min

I... I don't understand.

This is an itemized sheet,

showing that he's exhausted

his acute care coverage

in the hospital.

But we have an excellent

hospice program here.

Of course, it could be costly

for patients

who don't have outside coverage

or assistance, you understand.

How much are we talking?

Well, it's a considerable


You know,

it depends on factors

like how long he'll be here,

which could be several months.

There's also

home hospice care.

We could have someone

take care of him at the house.




No. If my dad

is dying this way,

we are getting him the very best

care until the end.

Until the end, Kevin.

I have some money saved.

We have some

money saved.


We have to come up with...


which has to be paid at once.

And then, of course,

there's next month's billing.


It's all right there, Monica.

And I wish I could pay

half of it.

Not a fun part

of my job.

But the facts

are the facts,

so we have

to figure it out.

Okay. Uh, not a problem.

We'll have the cheque for you

in the morning.

Let's go.

You said...

It's our money. I know.


That's half

of our savings.

It's okay.

I'm selling my car.

I'm paying you back.

I promise.

Well, who's that

handsome fella?

Is that my Kevin?

Hey, Billie.


How you holding up?

It that your famous

tuna casserole?

You know it.

Well, then I'd say things

just got considerably better.

Let me bring you to Monica.


I'm going to go

check on Dad.

The tuna casserole

was terrific.

Thanks, darling.

Be there in a bit.

This is going to take

everything we have.

And then some.

We need to get him

the best treatment there is.

I don't care

what I have to do.

Don't you think

I love my brother enough

to make that happen?

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