Next week James Cullen Bressack’s drug induced epic WHITE CRACK BASTARD heads to home entertainment. The filmmaker known for his craft supernatural films created this downward spiral flick three years ago and now it’s getting it’s proper release. Leave it up to the outstanding folks at BRINKVISION to deliver this to the masses on February 20th. The film follows a man who has it all but continues to use drug as his own form of therapy that is not only far fetched but unhealthy. Read about it ahead and look for it next week.
Three years after completion, director James Cullen Bressack’s controversial ode to excess White Crack Bastard is acquired by BrinkVision; shingle skeds title for February 20 release.
Wolf of Wall Street meets Bad Lieutenant in the confronting true story of a privileged white man that uses the ghetto, sex addiction, and crack cocaine to live up to his full potential and have the life he’s always dreamed of.
From acclaimed filmmaker James Cullen Bressack, director of Pernicious and Bethany, and writer Lisa Vachon comes a sweltering hot button release starring Rhett Benz, Taja V.Simpson (The Young & The Restless), Edmond Chapple and Walter Mendoza.
White Crack Bastard is a confronting, drug-fueled rollercoaster ride of bite and buzz that doesn’t shy away from truths – explaining its delay to the screen.
Luke Anderson, Early 40s, the picture of success, white, privileged, and handsome, uses crack and sex as a means to punish himself to overcome the problem he’s had his whole life; not feeling worthy enough to know he deserves to live a happy life and to be comfortable in his own skin.
Most people use drugs to ease pain. Luke uses drugs to create pain by using it as his therapy; a therapy long overdue from years of struggling with abandonment issues. Issues that were created by the death of Luke’s father when he was a young boy.
With each binge, Luke’s therapy effectively erases old pain and provides a missing link to the puzzle. With each sexual encounter, a new reality of dealing with intimacy enlightens him. Through this unorthodox therapy, he struggles to become the man he’s always wanted to be and to lead the life he’s always dreamed of. He just has to go through hell to get there. Being an attractive, educated, and privileged white man in the hood doing crack, isn’t exactly society’s picture of drug addiction. Try being in Luke’s shoes, he’s known as WHITE CRACK BASTARD…