Honestly Abe is a 2008 film directed by Scott Thompson and released by My Town Pictures. After 45 years of earnest work, Abe (Jerry McMullen) decides to take a break and retire. However, he soon feels depressed and useless, and his loyal wife (Amy Peyton) quickly becomes annoyed that Abe is sulking at home all day. When Abe realizes that he's bugging his wife, he resolves to find a hobby and make some new friends. Unsure of how to do this, Abe befriends a new neighbor. Soon, he realizes that his depression has lifted, even though he can't pinpoint for the reason for this. Honestly Abe is a frank reflection on the feeling of uselessness that plagues many retirees. The film's serious moments are balanced by its gentle humor and dry sarcasm. Honestly Abe is appropriate for all audiences and will be particularly appreciated by retirees and those about to enter retirement.