Something's wrong at the Rileys. Married nearly 30 years, Doug and Lois rarely talk. She doesn't leave their Indianapolis home, and she's ordered a gravestone with their names and birth years on it. He has a long-time Thursday night mistress whom he invites to go with him to a plumbing supply conference in New Orleans. Once there, Doug calls Lois to say he's staying for a while. What's he leaving behind and what's he looking for in New Orleans? And Lois, can she break out?
You never know who's going to be your wake-up call
Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for strong sexual content, brief drug use and pervasive language involving a teenager
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18 November 2011 (UK)
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Opening Weekend USA: $42,145,
31 October 2010, Limited Release
Gross USA: $152,857, 5 December 2010
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?
Writer Ken Hixon
wrote the script after visiting New Orleans, entering a strip club on Bourbon Street, and seeing one of the dancers who looked like a 15-year old girl. He began to write the script so he could imagine why a girl that young would become an exotic dancer. See more
Doug sees Mallory sleeping and spreads a sheet over her upto her chest. In the next scene, sheet is upto her knees. See more
What's your problem?
Douglas Lloyd 'Doug' Riley
I guess I'm just not used to being around young women who talk about their private parts.
Like hello! Like I have private parts.
Written by Stephen Petree
and Jeremy Dawson
Performed by Shiny Toy Guns
Courtesy of Universal Motown Records
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises See more