They are childish, they are wise, they are also, sometimes a little bit embarrassing, but most of the time, they are honest and courageous. They often know better than the others, as they can rely on their own experience. Men in their 50's. The American Jess Curtis and the Scot Angus Balbernie meet each other in order to dance, to fantasize, to keep harping on their aging bodies, the little aches and pains starting to show, on their unused, wishes and hopes not yet fulfilled. They play their unusual inventory of the generation in their 50's in an open and unconventional manner.
"Curtis and Balbernie give the opportunity to experience the fascination of the male body without removing cloth, just with their compact present. They dance, carry each other, carefully, very male in their preparedness to accept this heavy body. They can wait; they have a target, without the wish to phrase it. They still have questions, but they don't have answers anymore. Life is too complicated for putting its sense in a few words. A nice, little production full of experience..."
— Thomas Linden, Kölnische Rundschau