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At Night She Cries, While He Rides His Steed is a side-splitting satire that perfectly parodies romance novels and western dramas.
Our hero, Saint James Street James is a tall, extremely muscular, 32-year-old man whose attributes and possessions include a mind stronger than Socrates on acid, a magnificent horse he loves more than anything in the world, a package so large that it requires a signature, a beautiful, passionate wife with a rack so perfect it belongs on a billiard table, a ton of children, and his own personal gold mine. His life, set in 1849 against the backdrop of the California Gold Rush, is one long parade of amazing sex, dynamite montages, whiskey, and explosive gunfights. The kinds of things men could do when men were actually men. He is the richest man in town—equal parts loved and feared by all. But when the Schläger Brothers come to town, so too comes the end of the good times. St. James is forced to defend everything that matters to him (including, but not limited to: prostitutes, his horse, money, and drugs. Oh, and his wife and children too, sort of). God help anyone who stands in his way.
Ross Patterson is an actor, writer, and producer, first discovered selling hot dogs at a Bruce Springsteen concert at Staples Center in Los Angeles. Two weeks later he landed a lead role in the Sony Pictures film The New Guy, which went on to gross $60 million worldwide and he’s never looked back, since starring in more than twenty films.
Through his production company Street Justice Films, Patterson has written, starred, and produced seven films and three television shows including 50K and a Call Girl, Helen Keller vs. Nightwolves, Poolboy: Drowning Out the Fury, and FDR: American Badass, as well as the 2008 pilot The Barnes Brothers for MTV and St. James St. James Presents for IFC in 2012.
In 2008, Patterson was nominated for an MTV Movie Award for Best Young Filmmaker. He has twice won at the New York Television Festival, with a pilot acquired by IFC and a web series later purchased by Hulu.