Till Death Do Us Part, Dad: A screenplay

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Author House, May 30, 2012 - Drama - 188 pages
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Preamble A middle class family is dysfunctionally doomed due to perpetuated acts of incest between an insidious, impulsive, intimidating, and threatening father, and the youngest of his offspring. This statutory crime of copulation between both parties, as most modern-day cultures would deem, is perpetrated simply because the regnant father is nonchalant to the fact that incestuous acts involving a very young and duressed victim leaves an irreversible, painfully emotional scar in the life of the victim. In this story, the victim and the father suffer the consequences of their acts, while the rest of the family shares the emotional pain of guilt and more.
 

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The author, Uduma Igwe Kalu, is a Boston, Massachusetts, USA resident who has, in recent years, written several interesting articles for the entertainment of his target audiences. As a young lad fresh out of high school in Eastern Nigeria, West Africa, he embarked on a project where he wrote short stories that were aired over (IBS) Imo Broadcasting Service, a local radio station. Today, in the United States, Mr. Igwe Kalu has written several screen plays, poems, lyrics, and on-stage drama. He’s also proven himself an outstanding still-life artist. He continues to amaze the world at large with his special skills as an entertainment writer. Mr. Igwe Kalu’s recognition began when he was invited to write and submit a poem to be included in a publication (American Poetry Anthology) in 1986, dedicated to Robert Frost. He wrote an interesting piece, and it was published. Uduma Igwe Kalu is a true artist of our time.

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