No, this isn't a documentary about horrible practices at tuna canneries. But possibly just as out-there, this is the wacky and unlikely love story of two geriatric crazies--James Earl Jones (a Jamaican man named Fish who has wrestling matches with an imaginary demon) and Lynn Redgrave (a lonely alcoholic who thinks dead opera composer Puccini is in love with her).
Still with us? This delusional duo strikes up a relationship after moving into the same apartment building owned by Margot Kidder. The loopy landlady has issues of her own, including an obsession with nurturing a weed in her garden. Jones and Redgrave have some sweet moments together, but the cloying script drowns them in so many eccentricities that any character credibility gets flushed down the you-know-what. Stuffed to the gills with kookiness, this Fish tanks.