A bus breaks down in the wilderness. Seven elderly women,average age 71 and one 27 year old are stranded at a deserted farmhouse. The have only their wits, their memories, and eventually some roasted frogs' legs, to sustain them. Through the long days and nights this remarkable group of strangers share their life stories and exchange intimate thoughts; turning the crisis into a magical time of humor and spirit. Featuring non-professional actors and spontaneous dialogue, this memorable film dissolves the barrier between fiction and reality, weaving a heartwarming tale of friendship and courage. Written by
Sometimes the middle of nowhere can lead to the most beautiful of places.
Did You Know?
This movie was mostly ad-libbed by the women, all talking about their real lives. See more
And a Special Thanks to all those who Participated in the Research and Casting of this Film See more
Let Me Call You Sweetheart
Music by Leo Friedman
(as L. Friedman) and lyrics by Beth Slater Whitson
(as B. Whitson)
Courtesy Shapiro and Bernstein and Co., Inc., and Shawnie Press See more