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All Along 

A mid-life crisis is the slender rod on which to hang jokes and platitudes in this indie feature

Richard (Bill Page) hits 40 and finds himself increasingly dissatisfied with his life: wife, two kids, house, job in accounting. Maybe a visit to a psychologist will help Richard sort out what hidden truths (and happiness) lurk in his fantasies -- distracting daydreams involving sexy young women, rock 'n' roll, wrestling and poker triumphs. Robert Angelo Masciantonio directs this not-very-funny, not-very-insightful, low-budget Lifetime-For-Men indie. Page, who also co-produced the film, will attend the 4 and 7 p.m. Tue., March 10, screenings at Carmike 10, and conduct a Q&A. Starts Mon., March 9, through Sat., March 14. Carmike 10, South Hills Village; and Wynnsong 12, Delmont. $5

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