A runaway couple go on an unforgettable journey in the faithful old RV they call The Leisure Seeker, traveling from Boston to The Ernest Hemingway Home in Key West. They recapture their passion for life and their love for each other on a road trip that provides revelation and surprise right up to the very end.
Early in the film, just before John veers into the next lane to avoid a collision, Ella's purse and other items are clearly visible on the ledge above the dashboard. As he strives to correct his steering, it looks like
something may have flown out the open window. The purse no longer appears in the next and subsequent frames (leading this viewer to believe that the lost bag would be an essential plot device). However, the purse is clearly in Ella's possession when they make their next stop. See more »
So you know what happened, when was it, last year? I opened their bedroom door and she was on the bed and he was kneeling in front of her and... I can't even say it.
Dad was muff diving? Yodelling in the canyon?
I wanted to vomit.
Why? I hope it happens to me when I'm their age.
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This is my first review here of any movie. I am 61 years old and the book was a wonderful read, especially for my age-group. I never expect a movie to follow the book or be as good as the book. This movie is written terribly and it a waste of two wonderful actors. Come to find out that this was the screenwriter's first screenplay. Don't Helen and Donald, and the other actors and the writer of the novel deserve more. It just disgusts me what this writer has done to this novel.
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