‘The Last Stop In Yuma County’ Star Jim Cummings On His New Neo-Western Thriller

The Last Stop In Yuma County

Writer, director, and actor Jim Cummings is a champion of indie cinema. Since the release of his directorial debut Thunder Road, Cummings has been a loud voice about the importance of cinema and the need to support it in all forms. And he’s doing just that as he takes a leading role in writer/director Francis Galluppi‘s feature film debut The Last Stop In Yuma County. Here, Cummings plays a neurotic knife salesman stuck in quite a pickle…

Read the film’s full synopsis below:

While awaiting the next fuel truck at a middle-of-nowhere Arizona rest stop, a traveling young knife salesman is thrust into a high-stakes hostage situation by the arrival of two similarly stranded bank robbers with no qualms about using cruelty—or cold, hard steel—to protect their bloodstained, ill-begotten fortune.

We spoke with Cummings about working with Galluppi, his love of indie cinema, and more.

The Last Stop In Yuma County is out now in select theaters and on digital.



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