The Man Who Never Cried

Synopsis

Ralph Winston has never cried; not when he was a baby, not when his heart was crushed by his high school sweetheart, not even when he first saw Stephen Spielberg’s E.T. So when his father dies, Ralph - at the age of 32 - decides to embark upon a true emotional journey with hopes to shed his first tear before the funeral - and before it’s too late. Similar to films like Big Fish and Amelie, The Man Who Never Cried is a modern day fable that plumbs the depth of human emotion by showcasing equal amounts of hilarity and heart break. It’ll make you laugh, think - it might even make you cry.

“I fear clowns, cry all the time, and still adored this movie… it’s terrific.”
- John August, Screenwriter (BIG FISH, CHARLIE & THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY)

“A great story and wonderfully told.”
- Donald Miller, Author (BLUE LIKE JAZZ)

“If the opening credit reads ‘A film by Bradley Jackson,’ I want to see it.”
- Dean Batali, Writer (THAT 70s SHOW, BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER)

“Bradley Jackson joins Reggie, Andrew, Janet, Michael, Tito, Peter, Bo, Jesse, Randy, Mahalia and Shoeless Joe as a Jackson to watch for big things in the future. He and his film posse are devoted to making films that make you laugh and make you feel. They will put your money where their mouth is when it comes to making a movie. Bankʼem and thankʼem for being associated with a success story.”
- Pat Hazell, Writer (SEINFELD, THE WONDER BREAD YEARS)

Cast

  • Keir O'Donnell
  • Jess Weixler
  • Madison Burge
  • Heather Kafka

Crew

  • Bradley Jackson
  • Russell Wayne Groves
  • Andrew Lee
  • David Ward
  • Ricardo Diaz
  • Chris Stull
  • Meredith Johns
  • Halli Cauthery
  • Director
  • Producer
  • Producer
  • Editor
  • Cinematographer
  • Production Designer
  • Makeup/Hair Stylist
  • Composer

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