PG-13 | | Biography, Drama, Romance
New Jersey police lieutenant, Laurel Hester, and her registered domestic partner, Stacie Andree, both battle to secure Hester's pension benefits when she is diagnosed with terminal cancer.
While at the podium in the freeholder meeting Dane Wells states that he is a "piney." Piney is a colloquial term for South Jerseyans who were born and raised in NJ's Pine Barrens, a heavily forested area that stretches across seven counties. According to folklore the Pine Barrens is also the birthplace of the legendary Jersey Devil.
This is an outrageous miscarriage of justice. Their next meeting we show up with 100 protesters.
Dane Wells: Radicals and strangers from New York aren't going to convince these guys.
Steven Goldstein: I am not a radical. I am a middle-class, Jewish homosexual from New Jersey. ...
Laurel and Stacie first encounter each other at a volleyball game with each playing on opposite teams. Stacie serves to Laurel, whereupon Laurel's team successfully returns the ball and the game is over. However, in volleyball, only the side that is serving can score a point and they must also win by two. For the game to be over, Laurel's side would need to get the ball back to serve the winning point. The director may have decided to skip that in order to keep the story moving.
$37,983 4 October 2015
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