Philip is a disabled white billionaire, who feels that life is not worth living. To help him in his day to day routine, he hires Del, an African American parolee, trying to reconnect with his estranged wife. What begins as a professional relationship develops into a friendship as Del shows his grouchy charge that life is worth living.Written by
At one point the soundtrack plays the Habanera from Carmen. We hear this aria sung in French, but the subtitles say "singing in Italian." See more »
I'm done, Dell. I can't. Out. I don't wanna see you and neither do Anthony.
That boy need me. He need me to protect him, because people around here eat boys like that for lunch.
How you gonna protect him if you ain't never here?
You're asking me to leave.
Because I can't count on you.
What do you want from me? Hmm?
Now? Nothing. What did I want from you? Everything. Help, support.
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In a weekend where I had to watch two depressing films about disability this film was a welcome surprise. It was funny, it was charming. It was almost like watching 'me before you' without the depressing ending. Heard this is a remake of the French film so I intend to seek that out and watch it now. Was really great to see a film about disability where it wasn't all doom and gloom.
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