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Seeking escape from his stalled relationship and unhappy place in the world, a recently pink-slipped music teacher sets out to hike Kentucky's Sheltowee Trace Trail. Among the verdant hills... See full summary »
Michael Abbott Jr.,
A pair of ex-brothers-in-law set off to Iceland in an attempt to reclaim their youth through Reykjavik nightclubs, trendy spas, and rugged campsites. This bawdy adventure is a throwback to 1980s road trip comedies, as well as a candid exploration of aging, loneliness, and friendship.Written by
The film opened the Reykjavik International Film Festival in 2014. See more »
When Mitch and Colin arrive at the hot spring near the end, they walk over a small arched bridge, past some women who smile at them. Mitch is wearing sandals, and Colin is barefoot. But when they get to the water and drop their robes, Colin kicks off a pair of flip-flops that suddenly appeared on his feet. See more »
This is definitely a context film. In the context of great works of film and Oscar performances - not so much. In the context of how I imagine my adventure travel in my 70's - spot on. I will recommend this to two of my buddies whom I hope to make similar trips with in our later years. Mitch and Collin are two characters who I can see myself alluding too for many years to come on various tourist trips into parts unknown.
I watched this on an international flight and the woman in front of me asked what I was watching because she kept hearing me giggle in my seat.
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