Divorce Invitation

Synopsis: 'Divorce Invitation' centers on Mike Christian, a happily married man who runs into his high school sweetheart Alex, and after all these years, sparks still fly. When Mike is determined Alex is his true soul mate, he realizes he has a huge problem-he signed an iron-clad pre-nuptial agreement and his wife will not let him out of the marriage.
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Director(s): S.V. Krishna Reddy
Production: Level 33 Entertainment
110 min

All righty. Two matzo

balls just like you like it.

Always taking care of me. You.

Hey, anything for my most

beautiful customer, huh?

I left you a nice tip today.

Oh, Leo, you don't have to do that.

Thank you. Thank you so much.

My pleasure.

- See you later, buddy.

- Thank you.

Hold on one second.

- Excuse me.

- One sec.

You know, aluminum

is not good for you.

Waiter? Hey, excuse me, buddy.

- Is there something wrong with my fork?

- No, just your stock choice's future.

Oh. Well, your future involves

topping off my coffee, okay?

Aluminum's stable. There's just

no growth potential in it.

Wait, wait! Hold on a second.

Hold on, hold on. Back it up.


That is exactly what my

consultant said last night.

And I bet he charged you more than

the $6.95 lunch special for that.

Yeah, he did.

Okay. So, say you were her.

What would you bet on?

I would go with...

That one.

You're kidding, right?

That's nickel stuff.

Simitek's about to shake

hands with them next week.

That means, by Friday, those nickels

are gonna be worth millions.

- Wow. That's impressive.

- You ain't seen nothing yet.

Mike, table 57 is yours.

They need something. Go.

Wait, wait, wait.

Hold on a second. So...

What are you doing later tonight?

Maybe you want to show me

something I haven't seen yet.

Wow! Ha! Okay.

I think I will be at home...

with my girlfriend...


...my very jealous, very...

- Hey, waiter dude.

- Yeah, casanova.

- It's "Mike"!

- Mike.

- Mike Christian, and he's very religious.

- Yeah, well, I'd pray to that.

And very busy, okay?

Still waiterless.

- Going, going, going.

- Wait, Mike.

- This is ridiculous.

- Unreal.

- No, no, no. Sir, I apologize.

- No, no, no.

No, I'm sorry.

I don't want your apology.

We have a business meeting.

- He's just a trainee, please.

- I'll say he's a trainee.

Please, let me take

your order. Gentlemen...

A trainee, really.

You know what? I don't feel

so good. I think I got to go.

If you dare take that tie off,

you're fired, okay?

- Keep it on and clean the table!

- What seems to be the problem?

He wants to get fired, Mr. Lipnick.

He's already chased out four

of our regular customers.

I know... four coffee-only customers.

Those people have been hogging

that table every day now for a week.

I wondered who had the

balls to throw them out.

Good business sense, Michael.

You're my man.

Thank you.

Come here. Let's talk.

Michael, my granddaughter Delilah

is at a conference at university hall.

Do you think you could

pick her up for us?


Although it's rare, at the

turn of the last century,

the divorce rate grew for a

number of justifiable reasons.

People are alcoholics, drug addicts,

physically abusive to their

spouse or children...

these are situations where separation

is often best for all involved.

But divorce and its acceptance

have changed with the times.

On their wedding day,

couples often still say,

"till death do us part,"

but after time passes,

the initial attraction often fades.

The perfect spouse all of a sudden

is a normal person with human flaws.

Recurring arguments,

attraction to a co-worker,

or simple boredom can lead

to irreconcilable differences.

Divorce is a lazy way out.

Divorce is a shortcut solution.

Wake up, grandma.

It's the 21st century.

That's the way it goes.

What about children?

Doesn't our future depend on them?

Divorce can have a devastating effect

on a child, as my case studies attest.

I can also personally attest to this

because I come from a broken family.

I was raised by my grandparents,

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