Eddie Krumble is a high school kid from Queens with a job at a lock factory and a bleak future that gets a bit sunnier when he and permanently stoned pal Chris Plork hop a bus to L.A., where they find work in the "audience participation placement" field (read: compensated clapping for shows too awful to draw a legitimate audience). Eddie wears disguises to maximize his earning potential-appearing as different people at different clapping gigs (sometimes three in a day).
Eddie Crumble is a high school kid from Queen's with a job at a lock factory and a bleak future when he and his permanently stoned pal hop on a bus and find work in audience participation. His many guises are exposed resulting in a whimsical tale where the underdog gets its day.
Jonathon White ("Milk") survives youth in 70s-era Queens to become a post-911 NYPD officer and father until secrets from his past threaten to destroy everything he holds dear. Equal parts metafiction, mystery and poetry, The Story of Milk is the story of street code and the fragile bonds of friendship. The Story of Milk inspired major motion picture The Son of No One, starring Channing Tatum, Tracy Morgan, Katie Holmes, Ray Liotta, Juliette Binoche and Al Pacino.