Velma and Louie are in their seventies…and in love with each other. They met at the mailboxes in a retirement home in Memphis, Tennessee. But trouble is on the horizon for our sprightly senior citizens. The nursing home is closing, and their children are bound and determined to separate them—keeping Velma in Memphis with her nervous Elvis Presley-impersonator car salesman son, Farvis, and sending Louie to South Carolina with his daughter, Jeneeva, who works in a sex toy factory pouring plastic into “pecker molds,” as Velma calls it. But Velma and Louie ain’t gonna take this kind of treatment from their nutty off-spring. They’re “runnin’ oft.” In a red Corvette.