THE LONG DARK TUNNEL
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Published: April 22, 2008
Words: 26,057 (approximate)
This screenplay is an homage to Hitchcock in the style of some of his greatest films, NORTH BY NORTHWEST, SABOTEUR, VERTIGO. Set in the Los Angeles of 1939, an aspiring young British actor (who's in danger of being deported) comes to the rescue of a lovely damsel in distress from New York, whose life is in danger because of something she inadvertenly saw during a train trip.
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