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THE STRANGE AFFAIR OF THE ELEVATOR
New York City, 1892: In a time of strict morals and manners, an unmarried man and woman find themselves trapped together in an elevator, an event which changes both of their lives forever.
Length: 94 pages
Era: Gilded Age/Progressive Era
Genre: Drama, Period Piece, Historical, Romantic
Praise for THE STRANGE AFFAIR OF THE ELEVATOR:
"The general conceit here is borderline brilliant. With echoes of LITTLE WOMEN, the writer does a fabulous job evoking the period while retaining a modern sensibility and point of view." --Blacklist Evaluation
"A quick note to tell you just how much I enjoyed reading your script. I was genuinely moved by the characters and the love story, and enjoyed the period setting of NYC. Great job!" --Dallas Sonnier, producer and founder of Cinestate
"To put it simply, the writer has a beautiful style and the story is incredibly well-executed." --L.A. International Screenplay Awards
"What a beautiful story! A timely tale that audiences will love for sure. Very well written, nice easy pace with equal moments of tension and triumph." --Barnstorm Media
“This would definitely appeal to a large production company or small studio. Being a period piece, it would involve a substantial budget to make the project come to fruition, however, the characters are strong and complex and so it would be easy to attach quality actors to the lead roles. This would drive audience interest and give it potential to be an international success at the box office.” --Blacklist Evaluation