Thursday, September 11, 2014

Movie Idea III

Just making a new post for every stage. I ain't talking about sequels. Part I and Part II.

So, after we've had the introduction to the oppressions of capitalism and racism, and the meeting that exposes the delusions of the left, we get to the rally itself.

This will introduce us to two more figures. First is a Sean Hannity-type propagandist. He'll be denouncing the fast-food workers' campaign as a violent Marxist plot led by losers and malcontents. He'll be interviewing experts, economic hacks and authoritarian assholes, who will assist him in this campaign.

Second will be the main baddy. A police sergeant in his mid-thirties. (That might be kind of young, but the story depicted is going to encompass around ten years or so. Hmmm. I guess he could be in his mid-forties.) is what's called "the creative process" ladies n' gents.

So, anyway, the police are going to attack the rally and the heroine is going to get attacked and sexually assaulted by the villain and his subordinate cops. He will then leave to direct other attacks on other protesters. The heroine will continue to struggle against the cops holding her and that's where the "Yoda" or "Morpheus" or "John the Baptist" sort of character shows up. It'll be an older Japanese dude, skilled in the martial arts ...

I've tried to make it clear that this is a film based on the simplistic, escapist stories told by Hollywood, onto which a left-wing social justice agenda is being tacked.

That's all I feel like typing for today.

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