Synopsis by Clarke Fountain
In this comedy, Victor has been pretty much a nobody all his life. He's not crazy about his job as a barber and is wide open to the advice his mobster friend gives him, which is that all he needs to turn his life around is a "big score." With a lot of cash, he can get women and respect the old-fashioned way -- by buying them. This advice seems irrelevant until Victor rents a room from an elderly woman who, he discovers, has a few hundred thousand dollars stashed in a saving account. He decides to try and get the old bag to change her will, and if that doesn't work, he's going to try and marry her. Since Victor already has a girlfriend, this new plan doesn't thrill her. It also doesn't sit well with his landlord's niece, who is her current designated heir.