Famous liberal director Jalbert Smitt is due to release his latest masterpiece - a cowboy film with a twist. It aims to shed light on untold story of the disabled cowboys who lived in the Wild West.
"The Good, The Bad and The Handicapped" features a paraplegic gunslinger, Bob, who campaigns to have wheelchair ramps installed in his local saloon. Everything goes wrong when Bob catches the leader of a local gang parking a horse in his disabled spot.
Smitt has received some criticism for using an actor with Down's syndrome to play the part of Bob's friend Jeb, and it is difficult to understand the actor's lines clearly. Smitt has dismissed the criticism, saying, "have you ever heard John Wayne speak?"