Two brothers - a dwarf (Rolfe) and one of typical size (Steve). When Steve's girlfriend Carol becomes pregnant, the pair are fearful that the baby will inherit the dwarfism gene. Matters are complicated still further when she finds herself falling in love with Rolfe.
It's the Little Things in Life that Matter.
Did You Know?
The film was over budget due to full throttle spending by producer Burt Crasler. Large quantities of sushi, Titos brand vodka, and, allegedly, methamphetamines all made the list See more
Steve is worried that his son might inherit the gene for dwarfism and become a dwarf himself. For the overwhelmingly most common form of dwarfism (known as "achondroplasia"), it is only possible to inherit the gene if either parent is a dwarf, which is obviously not the case. For the less common forms of heritable dwarfism, it is only possible to have a dwarf child if BOTH parents' families have a history of dwarfism, and the film does not show Carol's family to have such a history. In fact, Steve being the only average-sized individual from a family of dwarfs makes it overwhelmingly likely that he did NOT inherit any genes for dwarfism and therefore has a next-to-nothing chance of having a dwarf child. See more
So you had a circle jerk with a bunch of little people? I would love to see that!
The director's cut ran for two hours and thirty minutes, and was screened in Austin, TX. See more
Music and Lyrics by Curt Sobel
and Gary Schreiner
Recorded by Peter Dowdall
Mixed by Michael Golub
Performed by Terry Brock See more