Age-Old Friends

Age-Old Friends is a 1989 television drama film directed by Allan Kroeker and starring Hume Cronyn and Vincent Gardenia, who won Primetime Emmy Awards for their performances. It was written by Bob Larbey, based on his play A Month of Sundays.


Two men at an affluent retirement home fight for their independence and dignity in old age.

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    director Allan Kroeker
    genre crime drama
    keywords old age retirement home
    musicBy Stanley Myers
    publisher HBO HBO Pictures