Best day ever [videorecording] / directed by Jeff London.

Contributor(s): London, Jeff (Filmmaker) | Burchett, Paul F | Handshoe, James Steven | England, Mel | Saporito, Tom | Stickles, Peter, 1976- | Moore, Nate, 1975- | Lundon, Ace | Radioactive Cactus EntertainmentMaterial type: FilmFilmPublication details: Lake Havasu City, Arizona : Radioactive Cactus Entertainment, LLC, 2014. Description: 1 videodisc (ca. 78 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 inUniform titles: Best day ever (Motion picture) Subject(s): Midlife crisis -- Drama | Gay men -- Drama | Homosexuality -- Drama | Interpersonal relations -- DramaGenre/Form: Feature films.DDC classification: 791.43/72 LOC classification: PN1997.2 | B47 2014Production credits: Writer/director, Jeff London ; editor, John Wright ; music, Mark Krench ; sound, Joaquin Vences ; director of photography, Ben Demaree ; executive producer, Paul F. Burchett ; writer/producer, James Steven Handshoe.Cast: Mel England, Tom Saporito, Peter Stickles, Nate Moore, Ace Lundon.Summary: "David's turning 50 and is having a Mid-life Crisis! Along with relationship issues and career problems, he's realizing that his life hasn't gone how he expected it to, and that he only has about 35 years left. He struggles to answer questions about his life, if he's made the right choices. What now ... what's next? Fate takes a turn when he unexpectedly meets a 15-year-younger man who shows him that age doesn't matter, and that maybe his future happiness is easier to figure out than he thinks."
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Writer/director, Jeff London ; editor, John Wright ; music, Mark Krench ; sound, Joaquin Vences ; director of photography, Ben Demaree ; executive producer, Paul F. Burchett ; writer/producer, James Steven Handshoe.

Mel England, Tom Saporito, Peter Stickles, Nate Moore, Ace Lundon.

"David's turning 50 and is having a Mid-life Crisis! Along with relationship issues and career problems, he's realizing that his life hasn't gone how he expected it to, and that he only has about 35 years left. He struggles to answer questions about his life, if he's made the right choices. What now ... what's next? Fate takes a turn when he unexpectedly meets a 15-year-younger man who shows him that age doesn't matter, and that maybe his future happiness is easier to figure out than he thinks."

MPAA rating: Not rated.

DVD, region 1 ; widescreen.

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