What happens when you make a film about an ex-con hell bent on notoriety?
In the 1960s, Jerry McGill had a promising career planned in rock ’n roll, before he ditched it for a life of lawless, gun-toting crime. He became a bank robber, hiding from the FBI and touring incognito with different country legends around the US. After being jailed three times, Jerry was diagnosed with terminal cancer. This is where director Paul Duane picks up the thread, following the ex-con on his attempts to break into the music industry aged 70. But this documentary dances with destruction, as Jerry takes the audience on a wild ride… General admission. Over 18s only. Best available seating allocated by the venue on arrival. Your ticket includes two cocktails.
"...brilliant gonzo energy...endlessly shocking."