At age 55, Philadelphia CEO Paul Grecco decides to make changes in his life, including the sale of his company, and that terrifies him. He was right to be terrified, because the new owners force him to retire early. His sister, Elise decides that the best things for him is a puppy she has gotten him, and dating the women that Elise sets Paul up with. It's funny though, but Paul finds himself disinterested in the women Elise fixes him up with, and oddly fascinated by a young man he meets while walking his new puppy in the park across from his condo. Paul has never really thought about dating or sex before, with anyone, so now what should he do? Written by
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My day starts at 6:30 AM. I don't need an alarm clock. I wake up every day and dress for my role as CEO. That means fifty tailored suits at all times. Right now I have fifty-four. Dress shirts - very important: one-twenty-eight; crisp white - always best; an occasional pale yellow or blue. Now, a tie says everything about a man. Silk. Ties should only be silk: eighty stripes; a dozen solids. Oh, and one rogue paisley my sister bought me in Palm Beach - probably hammered ...
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This little film is an unexpected knock-out - absolutely first rate. Made in Philadelphia, set around Rittenhouse Square, the location shooting is beautiful and the City of Brotherly Love looked more European than American. The cast is uniformly superb - an outstanding ensemble with each character developed and interesting. The storyline was consistently plausible and fascinating making you wonder constantly just how things would turn out. The dramatic climax was almost Shakespearean in its complexity but also very, very funny. The cast, although mostly unknown is highlighted by one of the gals from the hit TV show, Hot in Cleveland, Wendi Malick.
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