Search and Destroy: A Play

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Grove Weidenfeld, 1992 - Drama - 104 pages
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Aspiring movie producer Martin Mirkheim, a befuddled dreamer whose plans for lunching on the fine fare of Hollywood meet endless ruthless challenges from cold-hearted IRS agents, hard-hearted women and a heartbreaking bank account, thinks he has found the perfect path to success in a book written by a charismatic late-night cable TV guru. He sets out to obtain the film rights, enabling him to make the movie that will make his dreams finally come true.

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A man wants to make a movie of a book he has read. He has no movie making experience, and no money, and no rights to the book. So he sets out to get the last two, figuring the first is something that will just sort of happen. Along the way, he encounters all sorts of mayhem. Very dark. Read full review


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