It’s a little hard to believe, but you can buy this movie with your cash.
The movie, titled “The Greatest Showman,” is based on the real-life story of famed actor-turned-philanthropist Henry Hennessey, whose famous charity was dedicated to helping the homeless and disadvantaged.
In the movie, Hennesys “The Great Showman” Foundation gives away thousands of tickets to see his films and concerts to raise money for the homeless.
The film was released in February 2018 and has raised nearly $3.3 million.
The most recent fundraising drive is set to end on Friday.
(Hennessey’s last major film, “Dying for Love,” was released by Lionsgate in May 2018.)
In the film, Hennys is a successful businessman, who also happens to be an alcoholic, who becomes obsessed with a group of high school students who are all obsessed with the actor who played Henry Hennsey in the 1950s TV show “The Golden Girls.”
He takes the students to a strip club and starts dating the stripper, who turns out to be a famous actress named Mia Farrow.
At the end of the film’s climax, Hensys wife, Mary Ann, comes home and finds that the strip club is closed, and her father is dead.
He is shot dead by the strippers, and Hennesley’s life is forever changed.
The filmmakers say the film is “an homage to Hennesesy’s vision of a more compassionate society.”
If you want to see the movie and support the cause, you can do so at www.heyslaw.org/donate.
The Greatest Showmen opens in theaters on February 19, 2019.