WHO’S IN IT?
Harry Dean Stanton (Paris, Texas), David Lynch (Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me), Ron Livingston (The Conjuring), Ed Begley Jr. (Pineapple Express), Tom Skerritt (Top Gun), Barry Shabaka Henley (Collateral), James Darren (Venus in Furs), Beth Grant (Donnie Darko), Yvonne Huff (Family Jewels), Hugo Armstrong (Roman J. Israel, Esq.), Bertila Damas (Nothing But Trouble)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
John Carroll Lynch (film debut), director; Logan Sparks (film debut) and Drago Sumonja (film debut), writers, producers; Ira Steven Behr (film debut), Danielle Renfrew (American Son), Greg Gilreath (Totem), Adam Hendricks (Caroline and Jackie), Richard Kahan (film debut) and John H. Lang (We Defiled Your Daughter), producers; Elvis Kuehn (film debut), composer; Tim Suhrstedt (Little Miss Sunshine), cinematographer; Slobodan Gajic (film debut), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Lucky (Stanton) is a cantankerous and fiercely independent 90-year-old living in a small Arizona town. Having outlived all his contemporaries, Lucky is now facing his own demise, and sets out on a journey of self-exploration to find enlightenment before he finally passes on…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Lucky is the quirky and lively directorial debut of actor John Carroll Lynch, but most significantly it is the final lead role for legendary character actor Harry Dean Stanton, who passed away last September after appearing in over 200 projects over a six-decade career.