"Looking for the easy life on a freeway offramp..."16 November 2010Comedy, Factual76 mins
We've all heard the urban legend of the panhandler hopping in his nice car and making his way to a comfortable home after a day of begging on the freeway off-ramp. Comedian Keith Lowell Jensen decided to find out just how hard it really is to make money holding up a cardboard sign. With his sights set on the easy life Jensen spent countless hours employing every gimmick imaginable in an attempt to make his fortune. Trying everything from panhandling dressed like a giant banana, as a mime, a regular homeless person and even Uncle Sam, Jensen tried every trick in the book. Can you really make a good living begging? Is anyone doing it? Find out when you watch this enlightening, poignant and hilarious new documentary from Apprehensive Films.
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