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After reluctantly agreeing to move in to a senior's home, a woman encounters a clique of mean-spirited women and an amorous widower.


Michael Lembeck


Donald Martin (screenplay by), Harrison Powell (based on a story by) (as Harrison A. Powell)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ellen Burstyn ... Helen Wilson
Jane Curtin ... Janet Poindexter
Loretta Devine ... Sally Hanson
Ann-Margret ... Margot Clark
Christopher Lloyd ... Arthur Lane
James Caan ... Dan Simpson
Alec Mapa ... Lito Santos
French Stewart ... Ken DeNardo
Matthew Barnes ... Peter Crane
Ricky Russert ... Pablo Leon
Elizabeth Mitchell ... Laura Crane
Matt Lewis ... Larry
Marianne Muellerleile ... Anne Rothstein
Bob Amaral Bob Amaral ... Next Door Neighbor
Courtney Gains ... Biker


After reluctantly agreeing to move in to a senior's home, a woman encounters a clique of mean-spirited women and an amorous widower.

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A Comedy About the Young at Heart


Comedy | Drama | Romance

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Rated PG-13 for drug use, suggestive material and some language | See all certifications »

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Three of the leading ladies play a character whose name is very close to her own: Ellen Burstyn plays "Helen"; Ann-Margret plays "Margot" and Jane Curtin plays "Janet." See more »


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Wonderful actors in a fun and touching story!
13 June 2021 | by jmacd-3See all my reviews

This is not a "great film" in the filmic sense, but I loved it all the same.

First, it is great to see films like this getting made at all! The last time I saw something comparable with a mature cast was "The Leisure Seeker" and that was a few years ago. This gets extra marks because it is so good to see!

Second, what a cast! Seeing Burstyn performing at such an incredible level at almost 90 is so inspiring. The cast is uniformly excellent, imbuing the characters with so much more than what is merely delivered thru dialogue. There is a great scene of conflict between Burstyn and Curtin that doesn't even include any dialogue - it is all in their body language and expressions, so wonderfully unstated.

It's fairly light fare compared to Burstyn and Caan's body of work, but it is very well crafted, and is a joy to watch as a result. So nice to see a character driven film featuring older characters, reminding us that character development doesn't end!

I would recommend this to all but the most cynical.

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Release Date:

11 June 2021 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Never Too Late See more »

Filming Locations:

Atlanta, Georgia, USA


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$375,232, 13 June 2021

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