Synopsis: A coming-of-age film about two sixty-year-old best buddies who should have come-of-age a long time ago. When Marriage and Family Therapists, Dave and Joel, set off for a San Francisco ...
Genre: Drama, Romance
Director(s): Nick Frangione
Production: Indie Rights
85 min

not a bad person. - I didn't say she

was a bad person. - She's good to me. - She is no good for you. - Some times I'm just

not that interested. Maybe it's a little hard to feel masculine and passionate. When all I do is sit

around the house all day, doing the goddamned books. - Forget about the books,

you're really good at them. Better than I was. It suits you. - You don't like Sheryl, do you? - I like her okay, she's

just not right for you. - Have you ever met a woman who you thought was right for me? - [Dave] Stay until

the conference. - I can't, and you know I can't! - Why? - 'Cause I have to

go home to Sheryl. - Just come up with

something, some excuse. - Sheryl's sister

is coming over. You know how

self-conscious she gets. I have to be there

to support her. - I know, Layla's

got a hot body, huh? - Well, that's beside the point. - Well, she does, you

gotta admit it, she does! - Sheryl needs me, I got

to go home, okay, Dave? - Wait, at some point,

you're gonna have to decide. You're gonna have

to make a decision. - Decide what? - Whether to put

up with it or not. You know, look, look,

look at what it's doing. You're all stressed out. You don't want to deal with

it and you shouldn't have to. - I don't know. - You know, is it

worth it, Joely? - I gotta go home, Dave! I gotta go home. - It's bullshit, Joely. It's bullshit, Joel! You better be packed and ready! I'm picking you up, first

thing in the morning! [slams] - What happened? - We just got caught up in work. - [Sheryl] I stayed up for you! - I'm sorry! - Well, should I? - It's nice that you did. - No, I mean but should I? Do I expect you to not come

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