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FORGET EVERYTHING YOU KNOW Film Pitch

by Stephen P. Adamo
(Los Angeles California U.S.A.)

FORGET EVERYTHING YOU KNOW by 13-XIII

FORGET EVERYTHING YOU KNOW by 13-XIII

A suicidal man is reborn after becoming the only survivor of an airline crash and the focus of a Homeland Security Agents investigation.

It is the year 2020. Almost two decades have passed since the tragic events of 9/11. The troops have all been brought back home but the war on terror continues. It is the domestic front that takes the spotlight. In America terrorist activity is on the rise. As well as crime, violence and Big Brother. Unemployment and the economy are still unsolved issues. Global warming still ignored. The prison system filled to capacity and Law Enforcement Agencies have swelled in size and power.

And then there is Raymond Red. A selfish loner content with his upper middle class life until he gets his first taste of the economic crisis when his job becomes another victim of technology. With no work and running out of money his future does not look good. Instead of facing up to the struggles that lay ahead he comes up with a plan. A selfish plan from a selfish mind. Suicide is his solution. He thinks why not check out now before he has to experience the things previously avoided. He calls it “The Yin without the Yang”.

Before putting his plan into action a trip to South Florida is needed to sell property he inherited. He entertains the thought that possibly with a stroke of luck some tragedy will occur, thus fulfilling his selfish plan with no effort on his part.

He boards his flight at JFK and takes his window seat. When the plane approaches FLL to land trouble strikes and the jet crashes into the Atlantic Ocean. 200 yards off the beach he is pulled from the water. Raymond wakes up in a hospital to learn he is the only survivor and a suspect in the investigation.

This Media Faction movie trailer pitch is for a 120 page original script titled:

FORGET EVERYTHING YOU KNOW by 13-XIII

contact info:
Stephen P. Adamo (323)236-3548
stephen_adamo@yahoo.com
Los Angeles California 90027

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by: S.Adamo

Just wanted to point out that the above description sets up the story and gives a short synopsis of it's intro only. If you want to find out more feel free to contact me.

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