A slow-moving, dramatically slack film about fame's aftermath, from the writer-director of EDDIE AND THE CRUISERS. In 1964, five Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, boys who called themselves Vinnie and the Dreamers had a hit with the syrupy "This I Swear."
Thirty-five years later, former lead singer Vince Pirelli (Armand Assante) wants no part of remembering the glory days. A widowed, 50-year-old bartender, Vince opted for responsibility over fame, and has spent the last ten years devoted to his children. But eldest Tommy (David Vadim) is married
and out of the house, while Anthony (Edoardo Ballerini) is making his own reputation as a musician. So Vince focuses on teenage Tina (...