Directed by J.F. LAWTON, JACKSON takes place in a single day that turns into a cold rainy night. Fueled by bottles of Thunderbird, Donald and Sam end up having a great adventure filled with humor, philosophy, danger and hope. In one of the most unusual aspects of the film, their story is accented by other down and out characters who express themselves by singing some of the worlds greatest opera arias. From an old drunk singing a Donizetti duet with a crack addict, to a bag lady singing Carmen, these surreal musical sequences stand apart from but enrich Donald and Sams journey. What begins as a simple tale about two bums becomes a story about the beauty and resilience of the human spirit.


J.F. Lawton


J.F. Lawton