- SKU: 15612179
- Release Date: 07/17/2007
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An overworked, middle-aged doctor experiences a mid-life crisis that sends his career spiraling in an entirely unanticipated direction in writer/director Ravi Godse's mockumentary-style comedy. Dr. Ravi has reached the halfway point in life, and lately the successful physician has been feeling strangely unfulfilled. While many men in his situation would attempt to satisfy their ego by purchasing a fancy sports car or seeking out a trophy wife, Dr. Ravi isn't your typical mid-life crisis candidate. Instead of placating himself with material goods, the man who once dedicated his life to medicine now longs to produce a film that will have a lasting impact on the world of cinema. But making a movie isn't always easy, and as the ambitious doctor-turned-director travels from Pittsburgh to South Africa in order to prepare his masterwork he will be forced to contend with everyone from backstabbing agents to menacing Mafioso. As production gets underway it quickly becomes obvious that it's not the outcome of one's work that defines their life, but the fact that they merely attempted to accomplish something great in the first place. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi