Friends gather for the funeral of a friend. Sub-plots unfold as the group attempts to link-up to attend the funeral of their friend, Braverman. Written by
This motion picture is conceived to erase the memory of Leslie Braverman who had the poor taste to drop dead, without warning, thereby inflicting on his family and friends all sorts of burdensome inconveniences--like, for openers, the funeral...
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Did You Know?
At the funeral home when the Rabbi (Alan King
) is delivering the eulogy, he references living one's life as James Bond. The next shot is of Joseph Wiseman
, who played the title character in Dr. No
(1962), the first Bond film. See more
Although Jewish tradition requires a closed casket, an open casket is seen as part of a plot point at a Jewish funeral. See more
[Walking through the cemetery
Look at them. Quite a crowd!
Nobody here. All I see is granite!
References Frontier Marshal