Dumped on the market with little fanfare after sitting on the shelf for nearly two years, this remake of Claude Lelouch's LA BONNE ANNEE (1973) is a charming romance/caper film with a particulary winning performance by Peter Falk. Nick (Falk) and Charlie (Charles Durning) are aging thieves
who think they might find the pickings in Palm Beach a little easier than in New York. Nick plans an intricate robbery of a jewelry store, establishing two identities: a romantic octogenarian whose wife is deathly ill and his equally ancient sister. In these guises, he gradually wins the trust of
the store manager (Tom Courtenay). Meanwhile, Nick has been smitten by Carolyn Bened...