Chicago Twin Brothers Jarrell and Jerome Lucas Start Kickstarter Campaign For Documentary Film About ‘Bucket Boys’

Twin brothers Jarrell and Jerome Lucas of Chicago have taken to Kickstarter in hopes of raising $25,000 to complete their feature length documentary “Bucket.” The film project is about the bucket boys of Chicago.
The Lucas Brothers created a video pitch to appeal to donors to help make their film a reality. They provided viewers a brief history of the Bucket Boys and a brief synopsis of their film.
“[Bucket Boys] are young talented teens that originated from the South Side of Chicago in the mid-90s,” Jerome said. “They use their percussive drumming skills for everyday survival.
“Majority of them live in poverty,” he continued. “Most are homeless. I’ve been filming these young, talented guys for a year now and it amazes me how quickly they can draw a crowd and put on a show.”
The brothers’ Kickstarter fundraiser ends Monday, Aug. 19. The brothers have raised more than $1,500 so far in their campaign.

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