Two 70-something gents (Earl Lynn Nelson, Paul Eenhoorn) take an impromptu trip to Iceland. What follows isn't the cheap madcap laughs of a Hollywood film but genuine, character-driven comedy that is observant and funny. Written by co-directors Martha Stephens and Aaron Katz, the film has a feather-light touch—its scenes rarely feel heavy or conspicuously poignant. It eschews the usual plot formulas to dig deeper for authentic moments. It suggests that, contrary to received rock 'n' roll wisdom, getting old isn't necessarily a drag.