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By Frank Lama



INTERNET MOGUL LEE HAYES FOUND DEAD AND MUTILATED IN ANNAPOLIS HARBOUR,WIFE SUSPECTED



600 million reasons to kill.

Fragments of e-mails recovered from dead hard drive.

An .avi confession.

An invitation to a Fetish Ball.

An FBI Agent with her own secret past.

A sadomasochistic underworld where secrets and lies are the air they breathe.



Ferro's now dormant instincts his only compass.



Life is now digital. So is Death.





Writer/Director attached: Douglas Scott Hessler (http://us.imdb.com/Name?Scott-Hessler,+Douglas)



Director Joe Coppolletta (Walker Texas Ranger/Knots Landing) has expressed interest.(http://www.geocities.com/j_coppoletta/



There is German co/production interest offering matching funds up to $3MUSD.



Let me know your level of interest and thank you for your time.



Frank Lama
interactivescreenwriter.com
Home: 410-763-7170
Cell: (443-362-0346

e-mail: flama@interactivescreenwriter.com

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