Jefftowne

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Released 1998

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1998
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Jefftowne is a 1998 documentary written and directed by Daniel Kraus. This independent film depicts the true story of Jeff Towne. Jeff is a 40-year-old man living with Down's Syndrome. He stays in a filthy, dilapidated house with his wheelchair bound 93-year-old foster-mother who spends her days playing the lottery and entering sweepstakes contests. Her future financial plans depend on finally winning the Publisher's Weekly Contest that she enters religiously. Jeff is obsessed with watching as much pornography as possible, fanatically following his favorite sport, professional wrestling, and drinking as much beer as possible. When he isn't fondling women and bum-rushing celebrities, Jeff spends his spare time at a movie theater in the local mall. The workers at the theater have become Jeff's surrogate family and alternate between mocking and caring for Jeff. You have never met anyone like Jeff Towne. Jefftowne was released by Troma Studios and features appearances by Hulk Hogan and William Shatner.
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