"There's a big difference between just making a living and being happy making a living," says Hugo in this film about comradeship, shared hopes, and the passion to create—no matter what the cost. Filmmaker Jacobsohn (the ‘me’ in the title) has chronicled a year-and-a-half in the lives of these two homeless New York City artists. James Garland, an itinerant painter, is a fundamentalist Christian Oklahoman, who has befriended Hugo Muñoz, a Mexican guitarist, painter, and printmaker.

Private screenings: The filmmaker and artists are available to show James, Hugo and Me at your site. They will introduce the film followed by a Q&A.
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