Ramshackle and boisterous, like a hastily thrown-together party, Brooklyn filmmaker Robert Sarnoff's newest film documents the decades-old friendship between the director and his group of boyhood friends. Now calling themselves the ROMEOWS—for "Retired Older Men Eating Out Wednesdays"—the group dines together every week, gleefully needling each other and reliving their collective youth, particularly their years at Brooklyn College (they're class of '59). The camera cuts in and out, giving the sense not of a series of conversations but of one long jaw session that started when cars had fins. In the individual interviews shuffled throughout, the men recognize the importance of their weekly group... More >>>