Rooster and his ex-wife, The Queen, meet periodically for passionate midnight rendezvous, but one night she arrives with a black eye and a pistol in hand.
Aaron Weisblatt's first documentary, SAM, was nominated for an Academy Award. It aired on The National Geographic Explorer Series and the UK'sChannel Four. He co-produced the critically acclaimed BBC documentary FEAST OF DEATH, about the best-selling author, James Ellroy and later produced and directed an award-winning feature documentary, BETWEEN TWO WORLDS, which won numerous awards on the film festival circuit. In recent years Aaron was a picture editor on The History Channel's 10-part award-winning series, WWII IN HD and a cameraman on the first season of A&E's TATTOO HIGHWAY and on an episode of INTERVENTION. Additionally, Aaron produced concert videos of some of the last historic concerts at Levon Helm’s MIDNIGHT RAMBLE with fellow producers Trevor Hotz and Ali Grapes. He has also worked on the documentaries Evocateur, Disturbing the Universe and EarthDays. Aaron began his career in New York City working as a P.A. on commercials, television series and industrials while attending New York University. Upon graduating, he became an apprentice picture editor and later became an assistant picture editor and a sound editor after moving to Los Angeles where he worked on many features and television shows. He has had the opportunity to work with many talented producers, directors and actors such as Dustin Hoffman, Volker Schlondorff, Sam Rockwell, RobbieBenson, The Hughes Brothers, Joel Schumacher, Peter MacGregor-Scott, and documentary filmmakers Errol Morris, Nick Broomfield, Vikram Jayanti and Joan Churchill. Aaron’s most recent focus has been on developing feature and television projects, and writing and directing.
Cast/Featuring: Alex Emanuel, Megan Bones, Christa Trinler, Doug Motel
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