Little Chenier: A Cajun Story is a drama that premiered at the Auston Film Festival in 2006. Difficulty in finding a distributor caused a belated release of 2008, by Radio London Films. Directed by Britney Ashton and co-written with Jace Johnson, the film runs 120 minutes and is rated R. The story is set in the Louisiana bayou country, on a small stretch of land called Little Chenier. It is there that Beaux Dupuis (Jonathon Schaech) supports and cares for his mentally challenged brother, Pemon (Fred Koehler), by running a bait shop. Carl LeBauve (Jeremy Davidson), son of the local sheriff, is a jealous man, who manipulates his power and position in life to wreak havoc in the lives of the brothers as well as Mary-Louise LeBauve (Tamara Braun), who has captured the heart of Beaux. Using Pemon as a pawn, Carl seeks revenge against Beaux by using trumped-up charges to arrest Pemon.