The Last Man Club, written and directed by Bo Brinkman, was on a journey following the outbreaks of Pennell’s old John “Eagle”, an old World War II gasp who was tired of burdening his son and his bride. After receiving a letter from an old fighter, the Eagle slides and shoots on the road. Below is a sincere and sometimes heartless story about companionship, honor and family relationships. But more importantly, they also feel that they are unwanted or even worse, useless after they serve war veterans and their twilight years and their countries.
Last Man Club, WW2 veteran, opened in VA hospital in Galveston, Texas, where Pete Williams (Barry Corbin) was admitted to the hospital.