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Craig M. Saavedra
James Le Gros,
Grumpy pensioner Arthur honors his recently deceased wife's passion for performing by joining the unconventional local choir to which she used to belong, a process that helps him build bridges with his estranged son, James.
Paul Andrew Williams
Alvin is a cantankerous old man in a hospice facility, trying to stay amused while he faces his inevitable end. He has memories of a wife he never knew how to love. As he gets to know his roommate Kevin, a young man with terminal cancer, he begins to reconsider what he has left in life. To everyone's surprise including himself, Alvin begins to embrace his final days when he falls in love with a woman who is also dying.Written by
Father and Son
Written & Performed by Paul Nicoll
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simple, yet powerful movie
There aren't that many low budget movies out there that neither look nor feel cheap, but this certainly is one of them. The movie doesn't offer huge climaxes, or surprises, but rather offers a nice flow that knows how to take you with it.
You'll get to see a snapshot of the life of an old man and all the things that influence him. Sounds boring, but in fact, it is a very interesting character-heavy film. The persons are very believable and you'll soon forget that you're watching actors. This is basically the highest achievement a movie can reach. Seeing that this was delivered by such a small production is quite impressive. I was surprised to see LeVar Burton's name flashing up as the director in the credits. He sure did a great job on this one.
If you like movies that revolve around real life stories like "About Schmidt", then you might like this movie. I sure do. In fact, I can't really point much out that I would consider sub-standard, bad acting, or plot holes, so this one gets a 9/10.
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