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Khaotica - An Original Screenplay

David Sloma

Publisher: Web of Life Solutions

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A young writer gets into trouble when he agrees to write a mobster's life story but is not prepared to bend the truth. He is helped by ghosts of those the mobster has killed, who are out for revenge. An original, feature-length screenplay.

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