•  OFF   RAMP

    A short film by Neil Jackson

    Isolated and angry, John, a homeless war vet, meets Lucy, a young street girl, and offers to buy her a coffee after noticing a fresh bruise around her eye. Through their conversations we start to learn more about the circumstances that lead to John being homeless in the first place. It soon becomes clear that even though John believes he is helping Lucy, the truth may actually be the other way around.

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“Off Ramp” a short film by Neil Jackson

8th October 2016I’m directing a short film called “Off Ramp”.  Please take a look at this link when you get a second, support if you can and SHARE it with the world.  Thank you and much love xx http://www.gofundme.com/offramp