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When Homeland Security investigates a mailed anthrax attack, an agent meets a doctor struggling with bizarre emotional disturbances affecting her community, and together they uncover a contamination emergency beyond anything they are prepared for.

Drama, Romance, Sci-Fi (Rated PG-13)
112-page feature screenplay (also formatted as 60-minute pilots)
4-page synopsis
$25+ million budget
© 2011-2023

Tagline: Watch what you eat. Watch what you drink. And don't smell the flowers.

Reminiscent of the tone and paranoia of "Invasion of the Body Snatchers", this fairly low-FX story imagines the consequences if one of the most harmless and plentiful entities in nature were to become our greatest and virtually indefensible menace.

The lead is physician Dr. Rachel Morrison, a resident who in the midst of this inexplicable, developing crisis greets FBI Agent Sam Lalonde, who arrives in town to investigate.

As the players scramble to identify a cure for the consequences of Mankind's recklessness toward the environment, they come to realize the contamination has no limits, and that the world may be about to change forever.

The story has a small-town, isolated feel to it, even though the environmental contamination definitely has long-term and worldwide consequences. The result of the contamination is a struggle between those with passive and those with aggressive personalities, who otherwise possess all their normal faculties.

Major Characters/Casting Possibilities:

Dr. Rachel Morrison, 35 years
Agent Sam Lalonde, 35
AIC William Balkin, 50
Nurse (and Rachel's sister) Jeannie Morrison, 30, and her daughter Becky, 7


Honorable Mention (Art Film Awards December 2022)
Official Selection [pilot version] (International World Film Awards 2022)

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