Age-Old Friends (1989 TV Movie)
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John Cooper is in a retirement home. There are strict rules for the residents, but he refuses to fall into passivity. He flirts constantly with Nurse Wilson and spends time with his best buddy Michael Aylott, who's slowly drifting into senility. The movie portrays the fight for independence and dignity in old age.
The resident of a nursing home, John Cooper is frustrated by his strictly ordered surroundings. Even though his body is in decline, John remains mentally keen, while his close friend, Michael Aylott, has the opposite issues -- he is in fairly good health, but becoming progressively more senile. As John and Michael attempt to keep some level of independence and contend with their own ailments, they try their best to support each other.
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