Nick “Eric Roberts”, a man whose three-year battle with AIDS is about to come to a close. Rather than face debilitation, he chooses to end his life but not before throwing the greatest farewell party of all time. As friends and family gather for a bittersweet celebration, something incredible happens. It’s a two-daylong, uplifting, outrageous and life-affirming party that is ultimately Nick’s everlasting legacy.
Writer-director Randal Kleiser (Grease) creates “a genuine family feeling” (Roger Ebert) with this “brave, funny and heartbreaking” (Rex Reed, The New York Observer) film starring Margaret Cho, Academy Award(r) winner* Lee Grant, Gregory Harrison, Academy Award(r) winner** Marlee Matlin, Olivia Newton-John, Bronson Pinchot, Eric Roberts, George Segal and Roddy McDowall.
(1996, 1 Hour 50 min)
Cast: Eric Roberts, Margaret Cho, Lee Grant, Gregory Harrison, Marlee Matlin, Olivia Newton-John, Bronson Pinchot, George Segal, Roddy McDowall
Director: Randal Kleiser