Honestly, this belongs free with limited commercials on the Hallmark Channel not $20 to rent. It got a favorable review on the NY Times and we were in the mood for a feel-good so it seemed like a good fit. We kept trying to like it but the plot and characterization were poor and seemed disrespectful to, instead of celebrating, thr elderly. The acting, which was played up in the NYT review, was OK by the main actors probably but the script was laughingly bad so they didn't have much to work with. Lots of unbelievable things--someone attending a funeral the morning after someone dies, the woman moving into a fancy retirement complex for "a month" (they typically have a house-sized non-refundable deposit), etc.--made it clear the writers had no clue what they were talking about and didn't care a lick to check any of it. Have yourself the time and money and pass on this one.