Jan 9, 2010
Jeffrey Goodman is a director who loves learning about the cinema's different movements and transformations and wondering what directions the medium might veer off in next. Jeffrey ended up raising all the money for his first feature film, The Last Lullaby himself, selling the film in $50,000 units to private investors in his hometown of Shreveport, Louisiana.
He believed it would take this level of freedom to make a movie that he felt was slightly different than most things currently being made.
The Last Lullaby was shot and told in naturalistic style, is co-written from the author of The Road to Perdition, Max Allan Collins, and stars Tom Sizemore and Sasha Alexander. The Last Lullaby is about Price, a former hitman, struggling to cope with retirement who has left the assassination business to live the "easy life." who is brought into a situation in a world beyond his control in a mystery–filled love story.