Deep in the woods of Illinois, three childhood friends come together for their annual hunting trip. Now middle-aged, divided by their changing political attitudes, and facing mortality in a number of guises, they find that the common fabric of friendship has been shredded by time.
"Wright's script gives [actors] plenty of red meat to shred…[Wright] cleverly nests his political angst inside an examination of friendship, fuzzy memories and shifting values…LADY leads you deep into the dark thickets of male camaraderie turned bitter and deadly." —Time Out NY. "…tremendously moving…During George W. Bush's two presidential terms, a lot of performers and filmmakers have ridiculed him and his staff, but his administration's views have rarely been personified with such forthright precision." —NY Times. "Wright writes crackling dialogue peppered with meaningful pauses and likely to take unsettling turns. And while his stories take on major issues, he has us view them through a darkly comic and very personal lens…" —CurtainUp. "…provocative and nuanced dark comedy." —NY Sun.