It's August 1969 and Dennis and Lori are young, free and full of life; the couple cannot wait to get to Woodstock where they plan on getting married.
After they accidentally time travel to 2019; they discover their older counterparts are the polar opposite.
Bitter and divorced.
BLACKLIST SCREENPLAY COVERAGE
“This sweet and funny movie about rekindled love and self-discovery should get a lot of attention from buyers because of its fun, Back To The Future-type concept and the strength of the four core characters.”
“The comedic pairings are a casting goldmine and could certainly get lots of talent reps talking.”
"A fantastic movie premise."
“Old Lori in particular stands out as a remarkable role that defies the common descriptors and traits of a 70 year old female character.”
“A perfect fit for the independent festival circuit, whether it's Sundance, Tribeca or something else. From there it could find distribution on a number of outlets/platforms ranging from theatrical to streaming.”
“A commercially viable romantic comedy that would appeal to female audiences over 25.”
“The poignant ending feels both earned and rewarding and should have audiences leaving the theatre feeling satisfied.”