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Posted: November 4th, 2021, 3:26pm Report to Moderator

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Tree Huggers by Simon Parker - Thriller - Two tree huggers chain themselves to an ancient tree to stop it from being chopped down, but one of them is an undercover cop looking to infiltrate an echo warriors group, whilst the other is a true believer willing to kill or be killed for mother earth. 91 pages - pdf format

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Posted: November 12th, 2021, 3:01pm Report to Moderator
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Simon,  I was totally engaged.  Vicious but entertaining dialogue.  I was concerned at first, that all dialogue and few scene changes would make it an interesting read but a not so interesting film.    BUT the "colorful" dialogue exchanges, and vivid activities in and around the tree kept it, interestingly, filmable.  The dialogue more than adequately defined the characters, and the  twists and turns kept the Story alive and kicking.   Loved the key "find" and the ending.  Quite a relevant topic in today's political climate.  Good Stuff.

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I read about half of the script and I loved it. It would be great as a play in a theatre. Will come back and read the rest. Marcela

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