Having no commitments and never being vulnerable, Veronica enjoys being a mistress. She comes to realize her best friend holds the key to her heart and is the only one capable of extracting her emotions.
Once Hollywood star Edward Forester's career and personal life have hit rock bottom-but not his spirit. At age 63, the handsome actor moves into a tiny apartment and must start over again. He quickly learns who his 'real' friends are and meets Catarina, a neighbor who can barely make her own life work. It is through her encouragement, and "in-your-face" friendship, Edward realizes the only way back to the top is to believe in himself for one more shot at success.Written by
The scene with Barry Van Dyke and Reggie Austin was created days before its filming. The director felt there wasn't a clear enough reference of Edward's career history as an actor for layman viewers to relate to. In the process, the revelation of Edward's own mortality was revealed putting much more at stake for the character's drive moving forward. See more »
I really can't fathom why this movie was made as it is pure drivel. Someone has obviously been skewing the ratings here on IMDB because no one in their right mind would give this an acceptable rating. I think the effort was there to make this film good but it was a failed attempt. I feel bad for the people involved because the result was such a failure. It came across as a very bad made for TV movie. The acting was mostly very bad, almost like amateur and people just reading their lines in a canned manner. The script was lame to the point of moronic. Given some time I am sure the IMDB score will plummet as more real people vote in. The only redeeming quality I could see in the movie is a feel-good vibe that arises from a down-on-his-luck actor who remains a kind person despite his personal setbacks. But this message is just not enough to justify the movie.
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