Eighty-year-old Alistar plans to take a road trip to a village in Germany to apologize for the fact that he accidentally dropped bombs on them as RAF flyer on his first mission during WW2 when he was just 18 years old. He is now a crotchety old fart constantly bickering with his long-suffering spouse and endlessly putting down his son Paul who is forced to drive them when Alistar crashes his own car.
After considerable conflict on route when they reach their final destination it is far from the cathartic experience Alistar had dreamed about and with an unexpected twist at the end, the trip tears apart the family.
There are too many glaring inconsistencies with the plot to make this wee comic drama believable. None more so when the son, who cannot hold down a job or keep a girlfriend, suddenly becomes a touchy-feely marriage counselor to his parents.
R.T.V. If you are not uncomfortable hearing an octogenarian woman demand regular sex from her grumpy uptight spouse