The Ultimate Legacy

Synopsis: An entitled young man with wanderlust must prove himself worthy of a new stipulation in his grandmother's will after her passing. The question before the law firm responsible for its execution is which will come first: the demise of the estate, or the realization of the heir that dealing with the past is the only path to true freedom?
Director(s): Joanne Hock
Production: ReelWorks Studios
90 min


Miss Sally,

you asked me to remind you

when we were 30 minutes out.

Oh, so I did.


You will look after him,

won't you?

Of course you will.

Oh, you always have.

Ma'am, she's here.

Come in.

.Anderson has arrived.

I hear, um, St. Thomas is just

lovely this time of year.

First things first, shall we?

All right.

Tell Mr. Colby

we're making every effort

to settle his father's

estate expeditiously.

I don't how much longer I can

keep him leashed before he sues.

You might consider replacing

his leash with a choke chain.

I take threats seriously.

Here you go, Kelly.

Thank you so much.

- Well, take care.

- Thanks.

Why, Kelly,

you look lovely!

Thank you, miss Sally.

It's so wonderful

to see you again.

And that's for the office.

So, tell me, have you found

Mr. right yet?

Still looking.

No keepers yet.


Oh, thank you.

I, uh, rode my bike in today.


Oh, miss Sally.

Always a treat!


Mr. Hamilton

is expecting you.

Thank you.

- Well, later.


I know you don't take cream.

I remembered.

Oh, wonderful.

You do know

Mr. Hamilton is retired.

Miss Sally,

you know that we'd been glad

to come to you.

We enjoy any excuse to

visit Anderson house.

Well, nonsense.

You know I enjoy getting out.

Sister, what do we owe

this honor?

Well, I'm afraid there's

no delicate way to put this.

I've come to make

final arrangements.

Uh, for Anderson house.

I'd like it to go

to my grandson, Joey.

You do know that Joey

can't take care

of Anderson house.

Now, now,

don't be so hard on the boy.

Besides, I'm afraid

there's no time for debate.

You see, I have been told...

That I have less than a month.

Excuse me?

This comes as quite a shock.

Joey can't possibly

manage Anderson house.

Ted, Anderson house

doesn't need Joey.

Why, hawthorne, Claudia, and

Oscar handle the day to day,

but Joey does need

Anderson house,

and he is our only link

to the family legacy.

Your wishes

will be fulfilled.

Thank you.

Then the rest

is merely details.

Everything is here.

My final request of you

is that you make it legal.

It's not

going to be easy.

Thank you, Ted.

Thank you.

You're welcome.

Thank you.

Miss Hastings:

Ah, I'll see you out,

miss Sally.

Oh, that won't be

necessary, darling.

Oh, and, uh,

when you do find a keeper,

make sure he can keep up.

I'm almost there.

Can you give me a biner?


- Hey, Joey.

- Yeah?

I think

we got company, man.

Oh, thanks, lino.

Hey, lino, can you lower me?


On command?

I wish.

I thought about it, though.

Who is this guy?

I don't know. Kgb?

You serious?

No, I'm not serious.

I can't ever tell if

you're telling the truth.

Dude, just stop talking.

- Mr. Anderson.

- Yeah.

I'm ulrik keel.


You're needed

at Anderson house.

Nobody called me.

Your phone has been


My phone's been disconnected.

What's going on here?

Mr. Anderson, your

grandmother has passed away.


Uh, hey, guys,

can you...

Can you drive the jeep back

to the cabin for me?


Who are you exactly?

Your grandmother

and I are...

Were very close.

I'm here to take you home.

Yeah. Let's go.

Hey, lino.



Ohh! Oh. Ohh.

Hey, hey, hey, are my

kids making messes again?

Yes, we are!


Oh, hi, Ted.

Uh, yes, he's right here.

Hi, Ted.

Yeah, yeah.

No. I just got your text now.

Yeah, of course, of course.

I'll be right there.

Okay, bye.

You have to go now?

I'm sorry.


I'm sorry.

I'll be back soon.

You better be.

Jason, thank you

for joining us.

Of course.

Miss Sally mae

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