The Benefactor

Synopsis: A philanthropist meddles in the lives of newly-married couples in an attempt to relive his past.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Andrew Renzi
Production: Treehouse Pictures
  1 win & 2 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
93 min

I'm feeling delightful.



Full of delight.

Hey, how are you doin'?

Hey, hey!

Susan, nice to see

you again. Looking good.

Hey, darling. You're

new here, aren't you?


Hey, bud.

Oh, am I interrupting?

Hey, champ, what's the matter?

I hate it here.

Oh. Hmm.

What can I do?

Get me out of here.


If that's what you want.

All righty!

Yep. We're gonna get you

out of here, partner.

What are you doing?

Making an escape.

All righty.

What are we doing?

We are hiding.

Sometimes when I'm feeling really

sad, I just go and hide somewhere.

You do? Yeah, yeah, sure.

All the time.

Everybody does.

Do you ever get found?

Only when there's

someone looking.


But you know what?

It's a lot better when you

have someone to hide with.

You know that.

You're with me. Got it?

Can I ask you

something really serious?

I got an old friend coming home.

I'm throwing her a party.

You think

I should get a haircut?

Yeah, you look like a wizard.

Yeah... seems to be unanimous.

All right. Whatever.

So, how do I look?

I honestly cannot remember the

last time you looked this good.

You're just saying that. Aren't you.

You're just saying that.

No, no, no.

You look good, Franny.

She'll tell you the same.

This will be the first time

I've seen him in years.

Really? Is he not

usually at the hospital?

He stops in and sees the

kids every once in awhile.

Otherwise he's a ghost.

Still haven't met the guy yet.

Not for long, though. Right?

From what I understand,

you're Franny's star recruit.

Hired on the spot. I'm

just happy to be here.

I guess it's safe to say that things

were expedited a bit more than usual

for this young man.

Now, we gotta find something

for him to do. Right?


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