Len and Company

Synopsis: A successful music producer quits the industry and exiles himself in upstate New York, but the solitude he seeks is shattered when his estranged son and the pop star he's created come looking for answers.
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Director(s): Tim Godsall
Production: Anonymous Content
  1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
102 min

- It's all right, Max.

I know the game.

So while we're on the subject,

what can I do for you?

- Um, nothing, l just-

- Do you need money?

- I was just planning

on hang-hanging out-

- There's got to be some

expense I'm not covering.

- It's nothing like that.

- Want me to make a call

for you?

Get you a label?

- No.

It's not...

- I'm a very

successful man, Max.

High up on the totem pole.

- I'm well aware.

- What do you need, then?

- I don't need anything.

I'm just visiting.

[muffled television]

[television stops]

- Your hair's longer.

- Yeah.

It's been, uh-

it's been like this for a while.

- All right.


Don't distract me.

I need to focus.

. Okay"

[muffled television]

What are-what are you

doing, exactly?

- Thinking.

- Yeah, what are

you thinking about?

- Everything.

The whole Charade.

"S h a-rad e."

- All right, well,

I'm gonna go to my room.

- Right, you've got

30 seconds,

or on top of motor theft,

ifs resisting arrest

and assault

with a deadly weapon.

- And forgery.

[soft acoustic guitar music]


- Uh, shall we start?

- Yeah, go for H.

- Um, do you feel

like you've matured?

- What do you mean?

- There's a rawness

to the new album

that feels like a departure

and an evolution.

- Thank you.


Yeah, I'd say those things.

- Do you feel like this is

an accurate snapshot of Zoe?

- [chuckles]


- Okay. Sorry, let me come

at this a different way.

You've basically, you know,

grown up in public.

Famous since you were

16 years old.

Every mistake you make,

your fashion choices,

your romantic choices,

all get catalogued

very publicly.

I mean, what's that

been like for you?

- Uh, I don't...

know really what you're asking.

- Well, it's not exactly

how everyone spends

their teenage years,

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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