Leo visits his grandmother Vera. He has suffered a big loss in his life during the bicycling trip and over the visit he and his grandmother bond. What starts out as a tenuous relationship builds into something greater.
I didn’t realize this scene was because the grandmother was covering her mouth due to her lack of dentures at 2am. She apparently wasn’t expecting her grandson and wasn’t ready.
Leo is also a bit of a hippie and presents a pumpkin to his girl friend who promptly dumps him.
Leo and his grandmother are roommates and sometimes it is awkward bringing a date home when you have roommates. Grandma tries to be a ninja when she walks in on Leo and his date.
Will the generational rift be mended? Only smoking a joint could answer that, it’s all stage acting but it was a pretty funny scene. Plenty of drama and humor in this movie. Salt Lake Acting Company succeeds in making you think.