Tuesday, March 15, 2011

How Humanity killed Japan.

I’m re-editing my Movie Script that beat out 3,164 others last July and a new theme emerged that to me now, makes perfect sense, especially with what happened to the Island of Japan and what that does to (or against Humanity) as well as every phase of life from this point on and out.

My definitive Quote of The Ides of March 15 12:06 PM CST is:

“Look at the mess that Japan is in now. Mess doesn’t even begin to cover their dire and depressing situation. If Man didn’t need Power Plants, Japan would still be ‘alive’ today.”

Now, for the conversation that The Narrative relays. “Earth was not called ‘No Man’s Land’ for no apparANT reason. After seeing the wrath and fury of destruction Humans have done and are responsible for, ‘NO MAN’ should be here or have ever stepped foot here on a Planet that was once – so long ago, a natural Garden of Earthly Delights.”

CLOSING: It’s my goal to get this Script & its acompanying Text online as an eBook by June 1st, in time for most ANTS to be sidewalk-side.

Thanks for reading along.

Cheers, ASK: Adrienne Sioux Koopersmith
Screenwriter – Author – Eventologist
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Quarterfinalist Winner of Scriptapalooza’s Intl Screenplay Competition: 2010
Chicago – IL USA

Posted: March 15, 2011 - THE IDES OF MARCH - 12:18 PM

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