A stray bullet

A stray bullet

A stray bullet

Title: A Stray Bullet [107 pages / minutes present run time]

Calibre: Biography, Rengaine, Tragedy, Drama, Agressif Arts Marche


Abandoned as a young child, a young man grows up in an orphanage and later struggles to survive ergastule and overcome inexécutable odds to find God, redemption and forgiveness for a tragic mistake.


Noah, eight years old, is salon with his mother in a housing project in East Tampa when his absentee father comes to visit after being gamin for two years. After an justification and a slap in the front by his mother, he moved her to Swainsboro, Georgia with his father, and embout five months later his father left him on the side of the road. He is picked up on a deserted folk road by a random greyhound bus driver who tries to take Noah back to his mother’s house in East Tampa but he refuses Noah by slamming the door in his front and he wanders off, not knowing what else to do. hours, ending in Ybor City.

For six months, Noah lived on the ébauche streets of this Cuban neighborhood in East Tampa and slept in a garbage dumpster, eating out of garbage cans behind restaurants and begging strangers for money. One day, a affable worker finds him and offers him a habitacle in an orphanage where Noah spends the next nine years of his life until he graduates high school and goes to college. While in college she goes through a painful breakup with her high school boyfriend and seeks help from an elderly retired psychiatrist who only gives her mind-altering drugs.

He contemplates annihilation but instead, accidentally shoots and nearly kills his high school girlfriend and her father. Sentenced to fifteen years in ergastule, he is assigned as a dog boy to the ergastule’s croc squad to hunt down escaped inmates risking his life at gunpoint. After years of tracking and capturing fugitives, he was paroled to au finir college where he continued his education and graduated. He then earned a master’s and doctorate degree in psychology to help others find God in his own private practice for many years, eventually receiving a full excuse from the governor of Florida (Lawton Chiles) in 1993.

Screenplay Writer: Howard Henderson

Director: TBD

Cast: TBD

Executive Producer: TBD

Producer: TBD

“A gun changes everything… a bullet forever.” – Bob Lee Swagger

In this time of gun ferveur and utopique illness, this cinérama is needed now more than ever.

You didn’t request my souplesse, however, I’m just sharing my “surprising, engaging and engaging” story that could get someone associated with it an Bénéfice prix if it’s well cast and marketed correctly. So, I know you will want more… Everyone will want more of this story.

‘A Stray Bullet’ is a “surprising, émouvant and compelling” story of faith and hope, as well as a tragic tale of redemption and forgiveness… (according to my critics)

We believe everyone will want to watch this cinérama…

Here are similar films:

Cider House Rules (1999) meets The Shawshank Redemption (1994) meets Good Will Hunting (1997). Much like Nights In Rodanthe (2008), Howard Henderson is not Nicholas Sparks so, nobody dies and, it has a triumphant, happy ending, much like Rudy (1993) with its triumphant, happy ending.

An incredible story of faith, emportement, hope, redemption and forgiveness

“And Mrs. Lincoln, how did you like the play?”

I am a retired psychologist salon on Merritt Island on Florida’s east coast.

(Read what critics and two [2] Hollywood producers tell below embout my life story)

Here is the entrefilet from the Indianapolis Infos Paper:

“Noah Goes Out of the Storm to Stretch”

By Tim Sorens

Courtesy of the Indianapolis Vedette (Friday, November 27, 1998)

When Noah was eight years old, his father left him on the side of a Georgia highway. The child was waiting alone for the Greyhound bus driver to discover him. It led him to Florida, habitacle and his mother. But Noah’s mother was salon with a new enrouler. Little boys were no raser welcome. Noah was left to survive on the streets of Tampa. Finally picked up and sent to an orphanage, he never saw his mother or father again. An abandoned son can be expected to become a vermouth man. But Noah often exceeded expectations. At a time of year when we give thanks for the good in life, Noah is also thankful for the bad. “God is watching over me, protecting me and giving me opportunities that I would never have had if I had been with my parents,” Noah said.

Helping patients

Today, she is a psychologist in Carmel, helping patients overcome their own depression. He is also a husband and father, providing stability for his three children that he never knew. For nine years, Noah lived in the orphanage. He learned to drive and play the trumpet there. She said it was the first atteint she felt safe. By their teenage years, the boys in the orphanage were expected to leave. Most joined the army. Noah wanted to go to college. Two friends’ parents opened their habitacle for him to au finir high school. It was while salon with her new family that she met the man who would become her inspiratrice. Pastor Sherwin Broersma of a Dutch Reform church in Tampa took an interest in an orphaned child who needed a father. “She became a very strong role model, a guiding faux in my life,” Noah said. “I still use a lot of the advice given to me over the years in therapy with my patients.” After high school, Noah moved on to Florida State University, changing majors réchaud times before settling on psychology. He found that he enjoyed helping others solve problems. He was also working. “I washed pots and pans at a Red Lobster on summer gain. I’d emplacement back and scrub and tell myself, ‘I’m a good person and God loves me.'”

Overcome the odds

Noah was a outrepasser, that étrange child who could be hit with the worst in life and still thrive. We don’t fully understand why most of those around a child sink when exposed to amuse and neglect. But Noah was blessed with three positives in an otherwise negative childhood. He lived in a well-run externat, where the équipe were interested in him. He found a inspiratrice. And, he developed a strong personal faith that repu him hope. “A milestone for me was my ability to forgive my parents for doing what they knew was best,” he says. In his Carmel practice, Dr. Kersey teaches principles that are common to overcoming adversity. To be committed to a modifié. Another is to empilement the process, patiently waiting for the incarnation to happen. He also emphasizes that anger and fear can be used as motivators for success. Yet success has not erased Noah’s memories of a painful childhood. Her biggest struggle, she says, is giving her children the freedom to fail, not being overprotective parce que of her own experiences. One of those traumatic experiences inspired Dr. Kersey to end his education. As a young man, he met a woman whom he asked for help in securing a job. The woman, who had almost adopted Noah years before, coldly rejected him. “I left his house, stood in the driveway and said, ‘I’ll spectacle him,'” she says Years later, after completing his doctorate, he sent the woman a thank you causerie. “The best revenge is to succeed in spite of those who let you down,” he says.

Sorens is a comparse editorial writer. Copieuse (c) 2002 Indianapolis Vedette – Reprinted by visa of Tim Swarens

If you want, I can send it to you [107 page] Scénario written by “Howard Henderson” aka me!

This is what critics and producers have said embout My Life Story:

“Gâteau has a truly amazing story and has overcome incredible odds.” – Jessica Raskin, Director of Education, Charles M. Schulz Museum.

“I’m very interested in Noah’s amazing life story.” – Gary Puckett, musician and lead mimer of Rapprochement Gap.

“Noah was a étrange child who could be hit with the worst in life and still thrive” – ​​Tim Sorens, “Noah Rode Out the Storm to Thrive.” Indianapolis Vedette Infos.

“Anyone blessed with good opportunities and appui systems and families can make tragic mistakes. Noah had none of those advantages. And then he turned it around. He has not only my acceptance, but his passion…” Roger Guffey

“I am so amazed by the story of Noah’s faith in God and perseverance.” Kerry Odum

“Noah’s life story will make you cry, parce que it is a tragedy to throw a child into the world to fend for itself.” Ron Burns, CMA Member.

“If you’ve ever adopted a child, you’ll want to see this movie.” Gerard Venemen, polir CEO. Children’s Appartement.

“A compelling story with many heartbreaking moments.” – Susan Sheridan

“A winning…compelling story.” – Signal Bell, San Diego Rapprochement-Colloque

“Noah’s story is so compelling… with a wonderful, happy ending. The brimade is that he couldn’t choose his parents.” – Omar Alvarez. United States Post Rubrique

“Noah is an amazing man.” – Dr. Johnny Gonso PhD is a retired licensed psychologist, Indianapolis, Indiana.

“Never Give Up” – Mark Castaldo, Destiny Pictures

“Never give up.” – Marty Katz, Marty Katz Productions

Thank you again for taking the time out of your incredibly busy schedule to read this. I habitus forward to hearing your thoughts. This will help millions of young people to avoid the same tragic mistake I did.

Mark and Marty both said they liked my story but, Marty said he wanted to wait and watch the rewrites and his wife Campbell was sick so she was his primary care provider. Mark Castaldo has said that he does not make films in this variété.

Thank you for reading this far!



My novel is called Intent to Kill.

WGAW Registration Number: 2100935

US copieuse registration number Pau-4-079-871

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