Hank, an 85-year-old man who is fed up with the world, decides to sell his medication to dealers for extra cash.
When things don’t go as planned, he seeks help from his friends, Jack and Ed, to get his pills back and to teach a harsh lesson to a few young punks.
Directed & Edited by Daryl Della
Executive Producers: Daryl Della, Michael Martin
Producers: Ray Revello, Chris Cairo
Story by Daryl Della and Chris Cairo
Screenplay by Daryl Della & Ray Revello and Hank Della
Original Score Composed by Arbel Bedak
Henry Della as Hank
Jack Lewkowitz as Jack
Ed Kayser as Ed
Ray Revello as Julio
Donald Flores as Thug 1
Emmanuel Diego as Thug 2
Brian Grima as Pharmacist
Ann Lewkowitz as Ann
Tyler Della as Alley Kid
Hank Della as Dog-Walking Man
Nina Della as Dog-Walking Woman
Daryl Della as Man on Phone
Noodles as Himself
"A damn fun little film that I think you guys and gals ought to get a kick out of and the fact that it was shot in a weekend is nothing short of impressive."
"It’s funny, interesting work that shows off a great script (and an opening that fantastically homages The Big Lebowski)."
"We think Brett’s roots music tradition fits this gritty story of an 85-year-old who decides to teach some young punks a lesson perfectly."