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A divorced man and his estranged, incurably ill teenage son get together for a final summer vacation and they end up at the divorce's estranged father's vineyard where they try to reconsile their differences.
This is pretty good movie if you are willing to accept: the fact that David Soul is German and a Nazi; A lesbian scene in which a heterosexual woman accepts a lesbian with a simple "don't worry" comment after which she gets in the scene; Robertson has an English (Queen's English) speaking son; No-one seems to find anyone, even though they are in-front of them. People die for no reason.
Even with all of that, it is suspensful, sexy, and rather exciting.
Well worth spending a few hours watching on video or on TV (however, only on encrypted channels....)
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