Jumpin' At The Boneyard is a film about two Irish-American brothers, Manny (Tim Roth) and Dan (Alexis Arquette), in the Bronx. Manny is unemployed, recently divorced and severely depressed, while his younger brother, Dan, is addicted to cocaine. After hearing what he thinks is a burglar, Manny finds Dan and his girlfriend Jeanette (Danitra Vance) searching his kitchen for money to support their crack habits. Angry and upset, Manny beats his brother almost senseless, takes his drugs, and then pushes him into his car, driving to see their mother. When they find out that she is not at home, they journey to their father's grave. The film covers the next twenty-four hours as the brothers seek redemption and understanding in their bleak Bronx neighborhood, a neighborhood that has changed much from their childhood and is in part in ruins. The debut movie of Jeff Stanzler, it was produced by Twentieth Century Fox.