Synopsis by Eleanor Mannikka
In a drama about being exploited by someone you trust, country music singer Jerry Reed, who served as producer and director as well as lead actor, plays Joe Hawkins, a successful performer who has emotionally hit the skids. He has been in the business for 25 years and its effects have turned him into an alcoholic and drugged-out ghost of his former self. His brother, a little slow on the uptake, decides it is time to do something about it and he kidnaps him away from his life on the road. A little investigative work reveals that Joe's manager has cheated him out of $8,000,000 over the years, and now the dried-out, sober-headed Joe and his brother are seeking revenge of the highest order.
abuse, addiction, alcoholism, brother, country-music, drugs, greed, kidnapping, love, manager, revenge, sibling