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Gandhi et al Versus Zombies
British Intelligence recruits Gandhi and friends for a mission to Occupied Europe in late WW II, where they uncover a Nazi plot to turn the tide of the war using monsters.
► Action, Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy, History (Rated R)
► 105-page feature screenplay
► 3-page synopsis
► $50+ million budget
► © 2015
Welcome to a celebration of some of the 20th Century's greatest humanitarians!
(Seriously, this was the only way to get them all together into one room)
Mahatma Gandhi. Albert Einstein. Mother Teresa. Nelson Mandela. Benjamin Mays. And a young lad named Tenzin Gyatso (the Dalai Lama). You know them from the history books, but you've never seen them like this!
Oh, there’s the familiar compassion, wisdom, wit, and charm.
But when Britain’s Lord Mountbatten recruits Gandhi to raise a team for a secret mission to Nazi-occupied Europe in early 1944, they reveal hitherto unknown skills and traits - especially when they encounter Nazi mutations of the Undead kind!
Did Gandhi and his group of global good guys preempt a master plan for a zombie world takeover?
If so, why didn’t we ever hear about it?
Well, you’re about to!
GEAVZ would be rated at least PG-13 for its excessive cheekiness! But jesting aside, it is totally reverent to the historical status of these beloved humanitarians and is a lot more mature than you'd expect, given the title. In fact, Gandhi et al spend most of their time taking on Nazis, not zombies, with the result that the story is a major anti-racism piece.
Oh, and don't worry about the zomboids in this one. They are re-animated dead-ies, yes, but they aren't scary brain-eaters. They actually come in three flavors: Stupid, Stupider, and Stupidest, and are pathetically dull-witted rather than being any sort of frightening.
Dream Cast (for most of these, I've already reached out to reps or the person's production company):
Sir Ben Kingsley (Gandhi)
Billy Crystal (Einstein)
Natalie Portman or Anna Paquin (Teresa)
John Boyega (Mandela)
Seeking talent (Mays)
Seeking talent (Gyatso)
Winner (Gangtok International Film Festival 2022)
Finalist (Rameshwaram Int'l Film Festival 2022)
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