Excuse Me For Living, the new film starring Tom Pelphrey (GUIDING LIGHT), Christopher Lloyd, Wayne Knight, Jerry Stiller, Robert Vaughn, Melissa Archer (ONE LIFE TO LIVE), Ewa De Cruz (AS THE WORLD TURNS), James McCaffrey, Tonja Walker (ONE LIFE TO LIVE), David A. Gregory (ONE LIFE TO LIVE), Shenaz Treasury (ONE LIFE TO LIVE), Dick Cavett and Kevin Brown, will hit select theaters on October 12. The trailer for the romantic comedy has been released. Watch it below:
Ric Klass wrote, helmed and produced the film which centers on the brilliant and debonair, but drug-addicted Daniel Topler (Pelphrey), who is saved from a suicide attempt. In court, the judge entrusts the wisecracking young man to the care of Dr. Bernstein, an elderly psychiatrist at an upscale rehab clinic. The doctor issues these commands: obey the no-drugs rules, and join the geriatric temple men's group he leads - or face incarceration. Dan meets Bernstein's luscious daughter, Laura (Archer). But the psychiatrist forbids them to meet again. The thread of Dan's struggle to seek self-redemption, capture Laura's love and Bernstein's approval weaves to the story's surprise conclusion.