SCRIPTS FOR FILM & TV SERIES
ARE PEOPLE WITH ADDICTION WORTH SAVING?
The Clinic is a character-driven film that explores the struggles of Natalie, a young woman hired as a clinician at a local methadone clinic. These are her first 30 days. Natalie contends with having come from a broken family as she starts her job at the Clinic. There, she encounters addiction and its ravaging effects, facing patient after patient seeking help. Her altruistic motivations evaporate in a pool of vomit and blood that is the reality of every day at the Clinic. She resolves to finish 30 days and face a crucible: can she save one person?
AROUND THE BEND
WHAT IF COCAINE BECAME LEGAL IN OREGON?
When Oregon legalizes cocaine, April is thrust into the center of a cutthroat game, where the cultivation and sale of cocaine are her only avenues to success. She's pitted against an eclectic cast of adversaries: shadowy locals, armed survivalists, enigmatic drifters, crooked politicians, the privileged elite, rugged mountain farmers, law enforcement at every level, the formidable Mexican cartel, and the omnipresent Big Pharma—perhaps the most daunting foe of all. Amidst this motley crew, she also faces the gauntlet of her husband's ethical, moral scrutiny.