The Village Barbershop

Movie information

Rated R: Restricted (Under 17 Requires Accompanying Parent or Adult Guardian) -- Rated R for language, some sexual content, nudity and drug material.
Released on:
January 16, 2009 (limited)

Distributors:
Monterey Media

Status: Released

Cast:
John Ratzenberger, Shelly Cole, Amos Glick, George McRae, Cindy Pickett

Director: Chris Ford

Screenwriter: Chris Ford

Genre: Comedy
About the film:
Art Leroldi is terminal. Terminally irritable, that is. A small-time Reno barber stuck in a rut of haircuts, hot dogs and horse books, he lives every day like a warmed-over version of the last. Hit with the unexpected death of his long-time business partner and last apparent friend, he's faced with losing the only thing in life he's got left-his 'man's man' barbershop. To keep it, he'll be forced to hire the last person on earth he'd ever want working there-a woman; More specifically, Gloria MacIntyre, a spitfire young lady who suddenly finds herself unable to take Art's 'no' for an answer.
This poignant comedy tells the humorous, sweet story of a fading old man who's lost his way and a determined young woman looking to find hers.
Two unlikely people offered a second chance in one unlikely place- The Village Barbershop
Rated R for language, some sexual content, nudity and drug material.
Box Office: Opening weekend: $89 (1 theater) | Domestic Total: $2,359


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October 25, 2011 - 03:08
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