On Our Shelves Now
Lou has determined that the solution to his problems lies in selling hand-painted ceramic unicorns at a mall kiosk. He and his best friend James work tirelessly preparing the unicorns for sale, much to the chagrin of James' wife Delilah. Meanwhile, James and Delilah's grandson Chris is experiencing relationship problems of his own. To save their respective relationships, both couples employ "suspension of disbelief" (which Chris learned about in theater class). What ensues is a poignant, liberating, romantic comedy of confused identities as the young pretend to be old, and the old pretend to be young. In the end, age is irrelevant: all that matters is what you do with the time you have.