Art Leroldi is widowed and fading - a small time Reno barber stuck in a rut of haircuts and horse-books. When he loses his cutting partner of twenty years, he's faced with closing Reno's last man's man barbershop or hiring the last person on earth he'd ever want working there - a woman. More specifically, Gloria MacIntyre, a broke, spit-fire young woman suddenly unable to take no for answer. This is the story two unlikely people, who meet in one unlikely place - The Village Barbershop.
Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for language, some sexual content, nudity and drug material
29 February 2008 (USA)
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Opening Weekend USA: $458,
6 February 2009, Limited Release
Gross USA: $2,359, 12 April 2009
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Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?
In the beginning when Art walks up to the neighbor's front porch, there is no beer can lying on the lawn on the right side of the sidewalk; but there is a metal trash can, a soccer ball, blue couch and a white plastic chair. When he walks back down the steps, there is now a beer can lying on on the lawn, and the trash can, blue couch, soccer ball, and white chair have shifted to different locations on the lawn. He then drops and breaks his blue coffee mug and it lands near the beer can. When Sprow comes outside, the beer can is visible on the right side of the walk, but the broken coffee mug has disappeared. See more