Also quite important is that I entered this film without any knowledge of what Down's syndrome is, and ended it with that same ignorance. I did gleam that Jeff still mostly enjoys the same things any man his age without Down's would also enjoy and that his surrounding friends and family believe him to be cleverer and more capable than his affliction would state he is. A decent little film and quite short, but again my biggest regret is the lack of integrated subtitles which could have enhanced this film so much.
Which sounds like an exploitation film, but believe you me this is actually a very well made film chronically the live of a grown man with Downs Syndrome beating the odds and doing the things that the rest of us do.
Funny, honest, and in no way exploitative. A must watch.
(Lots of DVD extras I'm yet to check out, but it's worth getting in the Troma 2-pack with Giuseppe Andrews' "Trailer Town")