Lovely, Still

Synopsis: A holiday fable that tells the story of an elderly man discovering love for the first time.
Genre: Drama, Romance
Director(s): Nicholas Fackler
Production: Monterey Media
  3 nominations.
 
IMDB:
7.2
Metacritic:
57
Rotten Tomatoes:
71%
PG
Year:
2008
92 min
$124,720
Website
10 Views

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Okay.

You got it? I got it. I got it.

It must be stuck. One, two, three.

Watch out. Watch out. Watch out.

Happy holidays, everyone, from

all of us to all of you...

at Cedar Heights Shop and Save.

Mom.

Oh, Alex. What are you doing here?

Let's go.

Sir?

Robert?

Mike wants to speak with you.

Oh. Okay.

So, would you saythat you have

a lotof stocking experience?

I don't know.

I guess. I help my grandmaput

her groceries awayevery week.

Grandma's groceries.How old

is your grandma?- Uh, 82 or 83.

I'm not sure at this point. Eighty-two?

I don't know.

Don't touch those.

Look,

I'm just gonnabe straight with you.

Do you thinkyou're Cedar

HeightsShop and Save material?

I mean, do you wannabecome

a partof this family?

I don't know. I guess I

do.- You guess you do?

Yeah. You guess?

Okay. Well, look...

Peter? Yeah. Peter.

I'm just gonnabe honest with you.

I'm not sure youwant this bad enough.

In fact, I know youdon't

want this bad enough.

Because I've got guyslined up

around the block.Not today...

Okay. Well, thanksfor your time.

Well... No, no. Okay.

Mike.- Hey, Robert.

Um, okay, Peter, look, how about this?

How about we give it a month, and

then we'll seewhere we're at.

Okay? All right. Okay. Thanks.

Can I have one of these?

No, you leave that there.

Yeah. Right up the stairs. Thanks.

Robert. How's work going today?

Uh, fine.- Yeah?

Yeah, they said youneeded to talk with me?

Yeah, yeah, yeah. Have a seat. Have a seat.

Ah, busy day. Busy day

here at Shop and Save.

We got a lot of...

Fix that later.

Whatever.

Uh, so, Robert, how's the whole everything?

Fine.

Yours?- Great.

In fact, it's greatthat you asked,

because...

I have somethingyou need to see.

Now, I think I found something

that could really help us all out.

I don't wannahype it up too much.

I'm just gonna cutto the chase here. Okay?

Okay. I truly think that this...

could changethe way we

celebratethe holiday season.

Are you ready?

Are you ready, sir?

Uh, yeah. Yeah? Okay.

These are...

Christmas recipe books,

stuffed full of holiday-themed

dinners and desserts...

everything from St. Nick Stew

to my personal favorite,

Christmas tree-shaped

cookies... all delicious.

I've mademany of them myself. Really?

Y-You m-made them yourself?

No. It's... It's part of the pitch.

Oh. Look, Robert, I'm not

trying to sell you this thing.

I want us to gointo business

together, you and me.

I don't understand.- Okay.

Look, all I have to dois get a

team of peopleworking under me,

and then they get a teamof

people working under them,

and then weall start

profitingoff of each other.

See, the more peoplewe get

involved, the more money we make.

There's no chancewe can

failif we never give up.

Well, yeah, that makes sense to me.

Yes. Yes. Okay. So, what do you think?

Should we get everyoneup in the

storeselling these things? Huh?

Granted, it might bekind of weird...

to have all of the employeesof this

place all of a suddenbe millionaires.

Right? I'll... I'll thinkabout it, yeah.

Hey, do you want, uh, one of these?

Take it home? Give it to

someoneyou care about?

Maybe another time.

Uhhuh. All right.-

Well, good-bye for now.

Okay. Hey, do you wanta

ride home todayor anything?

Uh, no. I feellike walking. Yeah.

All right.- Bye.

Hi.

I'm sorry for... for coming in like

this, but... I don't know who you are.

I-I'm sorry.Get out.

I'm sorryfor coming in like this.

Take what you want.

Get out of my house.My

daughter and lare moving in...

across the street, and... Get out of here.

I didn't invite you here.

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