A Remarkable Life (2016)
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There are many things in life that could do a number on a man's masculinity. Lenny Babbitt has his identity and manhood challenged when his wife Tracy leaves him for a female doctor named Iris who has been treating their autistic son Isaac. After losing his job, and wife to a woman no less -- Lenny's dad Jack offers him a job at his pawn shop where he must re-examine his identity, manhood and sense of self after meeting Chelsea, a young, free-spirited pistol that lives life on two wheels. In the end, Lenny realizes that there are no absolutes... only one's faith, sense of self and family -- no matter how it's constituted or defined by society.
LENNY BABBITT (Chris Bruno) had the perfect life; a beautiful wife TRACY (Daphne Zuniga), a loving relationship with his Autistic son ISAAC and a rising career at a Denver newspaper. Lenny's reality comes crashing down when he is fired from his job, his son's condition worsens and he discovers his wife in bed with another woman. With nowhere to go, Lenny moves in with his dad (Eric Roberts) to reexamine his shattered life. He begins to work at his dad's pawnshop where he meets the young and strong-willed CHELSEA (Marie Avgeropoulos) who revitalizes Lenny's spirit. Ultimately, Lenny must decide between clinging to the past or finding acceptance.
The movie takes a hard left turn when both the female and male lead actors fall in love with a cute, sexy (and somewhat disinterested) blonde that they simultaneously notice while sipping martinis. Tracy, while interested emotionally in her autistic doctor, itis, finds her loins to be ever attracted to the blonde at the bar. Just as intensely, Lenny cannot avoid thinking about what the hot blonde is doing with her life, and if it going as swimmingly as it should.
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