Jackpot (2001 film)

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Jackpot is a 2001 American comedy-drama film directed by Michael Polish and written by Michael and his brother, Mark Polish.wikipedia
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Jackpot is a 2001 American comedy-drama film directed by Michael Polish and written by Michael and his brother, Mark Polish.
In 2000, the Polish brothers followed up Twin Falls with Jackpot.

Crystal Bernard

Later, her work included a role in the film Jackpot (2001) and starring roles in Welcome to Paradise (2007) and Grave Misconduct (2008).

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In 2001, Davis played a fellow karaoke competitor to Jon Gries's Sunny Holiday in the Polish brothers' film Jackpot.

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Jackpot is a 2001 American comedy-drama film directed by Michael Polish and written by Michael and his brother, Mark Polish.

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It had a limited release in the USA on July 27, 2001.

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Sunny Holiday, an aspiring singer, abandons his wife and young daughter to embark on a tour of karaoke bars in search of the elusive big break that will catapult him to country music stardom.

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Sunny Holiday, an aspiring singer, abandons his wife and young daughter to embark on a tour of karaoke bars in search of the elusive big break that will catapult him to country music stardom.

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Living out of a pink Chrysler for months, he and his manager meet various strangers along the way, all of whom they inevitably alienate by trying to sell a concentrated household cleaner or committing some other faux pas.

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Was the first feature film shot on 24P HD and released in cinemas on 35mm film, using the Sony CineAlta F900.