John Lithgow and Alfred Molina are a cute older couple who decide—after three decades together—to get married. To them, it's no big deal. But the union results in a cascading series of losses, from job to apartment. Left without a home in expensive New York City, the couple splits up to bunk with friends and family. But the resulting situation grates on all involved. This quiet slice of life simply provides characters and situations, then sits back to watch what happens. Warm, witty and amazingly empathetic, this small, slow film sneaks up on you. 94 minutes R.