What if the characters from The Big Short swapped their genders? Note: Even the director Adam McKay gets gender swapped RATED R for pervasive language and some sexuality/nudity
SYNOPSIS: A satirical television miniseries having to do with an independent film studio being forced by a group of terrorist screenwriters, led by disgraced writer Francis Hillard, to greenlight their repeatedly rejected script and film it for three months or else they'll kill all of them in cold blood. The crew are forced to shoot it guerrilla-style, which causes problems with the law. COMPARISON PITCH: Dr. Strangelove meets Network meets Entourage meets The Big Short meets Hail, Caesar! TV RATING: TV-MA-LSV for mature audiences only.
Spalding Rockwell Gray (June 5, 1941 – January 11, 2004) was an American actor and writer. He is known for the autobiographical monologues that he wrote and performed for the theater in the 1980s and 1990s. Theater critics John Willis and Ben Hodges described his monologue work as "trenchant, personal narratives delivered on sparse, unadorned sets with a dry, WASP, quiet mania".
Trevor is a depressed and lonely young man who constantly thinks about suicide, but there's something else too, every night since his suicidal thoughts began, he's been having clear real-like dreams of an extraordinarily beautiful and kindhearted young woman named Alice, in the dreams, he knows nothing about her but she knows everything about him and she's in love with him. Confused by he keeps dreaming about her, professional psychiatrists assure him that she's just a construct of his mind trying to justify to his lonely lifestyle, but Trevor refuses to believe that as in each dream he begins to ...
Original Plot: In 2097, Time Fixers are a secret organization that polices time travel activity. They have one rule and that is..... NOT befriend or fall in love with anyone from the past in order of not creating a time paradox however one Time Fixer want to prove them wrong by assemble his own Time Fixers Squad which is basically group of peoples from the past. Reinterpretation: In 2074, time travel is illegal to those who aren't part of a secret organization known as The Watch Squad - An organization above all organizations, more authoritative over the authorities, and more ...
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