Jack Caxton weaves ritual killings and bayou humor into this Deep South black comedy. His reverence for Louisiana’s spicy, deadbeat side splitters, is sure to get Caxton crowned the “king” of this genre. After his wife died on a New Orleans family trip, he was emotionally crippled until their kids refused to let him mourn himself to death in an empty bedroom. He got himself up, dusted off this unpublished beauty she had always loved, and let it see the light of day in her honor.
“Hey you, this one’s for you”