Fifty-Nothing -- Film Review
PALM SPRINGS — It seems only fitting that Fifty-Nothing, a tasty comedy about men fighting their age, had its world premiere at the Palm Springs International Film Festival.
The movie centers on two men in the throes of midlife crises who decide to escape their professional and personal woes by heading off for a weekend of golf and recreational sex in Palm Springs. Filmed entirely in the desert community, the movie is a rare entry tailor-made for this festival. This modest character study is unlikely to set the box office on fire, but if marketed shrewdly, it could attract an appreciative older audience.
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