Charles is the owner of a photo-shop. He is not too friendly and spends his evenings alone, and one day he finally decides to get a social life. He meets elderly Florence, who is tormented by her gambling husband Lester and longs for the son Willie she hasn't seen or heard from in 20 years.
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According to C.K., HBO provided him with $50,000 to make a print of the film. C.K. wanted to leave his position at The Chris Rock Show
(1997) and Rock told HBO that he would quit the series if C.K. did not return. C.K. told HBO that he would return to the show if they gave him the money to print the film. C.K. was able to take the print to the Sundance Film Festival and returned for another season of the show. See more
At the end it states: "The characters and events in this film are definitely completely fictional. Any resemblance to persons living or dead is purely coincidental. Except for that Ice Cream bit. That's based on My Uncle Timmy." See more
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