The story about the famed meeting of the heads of the Mafia in 1957 in upstate Apalachin, NY.
A story exploring the issue of hardship in modern-day Britain through a young couple scraping to get by in a casual jobs market. A hard-up delivery driver and his carer wife are pushed to breaking point as they struggle to keep their family afloat in a world of zero-hour contracts and gig work.
    A NYC Professor (Justin Long) spends the week reconnecting with his family while defending his reputation over controversial behavior at his college. Meanwhile, his family is determined to make an around-the-clock effort to support their matriarch, Agatha (Lynn Cohen), when she’s admitted to New York’s Presbyterian Hospital and is expected to die within a few days. No one’s handling this particularly well and, to make matters worse, each family member is struggling with other problems of their own. Agatha’s daughter, Diane (Fran Drescher) is fully unprepared for a life without her mother, and oddly enough, she ends up finding comfort in an unexpected place… her ex-husband.
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