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Re: Director Seeks The Right Script.


Hi,
O.K. there are three locations but one is only briefly mentioned because the main character (Big Samson, the lion) escapes from there.

The logline and synopsis are given below

Title of Work: Big Samson: Escape from London Zoo
(Feature Animation Film – approx. 90 minutes)
Logline: Big Samson, the lovable but aggressive lion, makes four deadly enemies as he tries to integrate into a foreign country.
Synopsis:
An SAS assault, a WWE wrestling match, kidnapping and murder attempts, a Miss World beauty contest – these are some of the adventures that Big Samson (the lovable but aggressive lion) gets mixed up in when he escapes from London Zoo to start a new life in a foreign country. In this new environment, because of his selfish behaviour, he immediately makes three deadly enemies – the Lawyer, the Butcher and the Zoo keeper – who all have legitimate grudges against Big Samson. Separately and together, they make repeated attacks and plots against the lion as they try to defeat Big Samson in Part 1 of this exciting story, which has many twists and surprises.
Although Big Samson is the main character, it is often his wife who gets them out of trouble. Her entry to a beauty contest is typical of her approach to problems.
Big Samson's son and daughter (who suffer the typical problems of teenagers as they grow up) provide the second element of the story. Their problems are dealt with sympathetically, tactfully and with a touch of humour.
The story is modern, set in the 21st century and deals with many current issues and problems: disregard of laws and conventions; violence as a means of coercion and compliance; corruption as a way of life; discrimination because of physical differences; men-women equality; addiction to drugs; growing-up adolescence problems and the generation gap; conservation and environmental issues. Furthermore, the main character is very much like Gru in Despicable Me – a lovable rogue, much liked by the present generation.
Because of the many important social issues detailed above, the film would have a wide audience appeal to people of all ages and background, not just to children.
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Logline: Small time Country girl finds her dreams in the Nashville of the 1960's.

The theme song is attached (thought to become a major Country hit as well as a classic of that genre!)


LADY IN THE MOON written by Teresa Salyer

Logline: Small town Country girl makes it big as a songwriter in the Nashville of the 1960's.
The theme song will be aired on Texas and UK radio after Sept.
           Synopsis,

Lizzy Frazier is a small town Southern girl with dreams of being a great Country Songwriter.

First playing with an all girls' band in the South and touring the Chitlin' Circuit, as the only white girl in the band she met with plain hostility from whites.

Finally, she makes it to Nashville and writes several hit songs becoming a well known Country songwriter. This is rather remarkable for the times for a woman (the 60's.) is what was a male dominated industry.

Lizzy has several lovers, but ends relationships, if her man tries to stop her on achieving her dreams. She finds success, but not always love.

Finally, she meets James Brighton, with a large horse ranch in Kentucky, breeding thoroughbred champions.

James is happy to put Lizzy first in his life, though Lizzy is not always faithful.

Upon insisting Lizzy take a much needed vacation from Nashville, they visit Florida's beaches. One night, collecting seashells, James notices, that he'd forgotten to put a satchel of Lizzy's songs with their hotel luggage. He takes the satchel of her songs back to the hotel. Then, later both he and Lizzy look back horrified to see the hotel in flames. They loose all their belongings and Lizzy's songs in the engulfing flames.

After the fire, Lizzy suffers from a nervous breakdown. She is unable to write.

One day, Lizzy falls on the winter's snow and ice.

She is in much pain and becomes addicted to both alcohol and drugs.

She overcomes her addiction to drugs in a hospital treatment center, but is still an alcoholic.

She finally writes songs again and is happy.

One night, up late writing, she notices that she is out of cigarettes.

In a heavy winter storm with roads covered with ice, as she is listening to the car radio. the news comes on and the headline is the march in Selma, Alabama. There are many fatalities as blacks are beaten and assaulted. As she turns the volume up, her car slids on the icy road, crashes and kills her. Her song, Lady In The Moon plays on the radio. We see that Lizzy Frazier has died.
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