As the fable goes, just at the crossroads of comedy and tragedy lives a bulky, aging, pony-tailed man who goes by the name of Stanless Steel. There, he bends pennies with his bare fingers, hopelessly explains his nickname, and makes calls in the hopes someone wants him to life their truck. There's a documentary on this figure debuting at SXSW this year, and here's a teaser:
"That's why I thought you'd like to have me lift a truck." We've all had that misunderstanding. Just when it seems like a guy really wants you to lift his truck, it turns out he doesn't want you to lift his truck. When did everyone get so fickle about truck lifting?