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Boi Meets Grl - A Vampire Screenplay - cover

Boi Meets Grl - A Vampire Screenplay

David Sloma

Publisher: Web of Life Solutions

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Summary

The centuries-old, lovesick vampire Count Wildheim donates some vintage clothing to a charity. His servants leave an item of the Count's in a pocket: a necklace his long dead lover Catherine gave him. He wants it back at any cost and sends his vampires on a killing rampage to retrieve it, into the Goth club scene of Montreal, where two club kids are falling in love. Who will stop the vampires? 
A feature-length screenplay.

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