A simple tale of three stories that may not be so simple after all. Sometimes fate is the real killer.
Project Type: Feature Film (Two hours)
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At this stage you might be thinking where does the grand theft auto come into things. Well for Danny to get to the liquor store he had to drive by car. But since Danny doesnt have a car he had to steal one. So he decided to jack a car a from 37 year old Sarah Mathews a happily married wife to 39 year John Matthews. Now because Johns brother Luke had passed away he had to go to his funeral leaving his wife, Sarah at home to clean up. But thats where John thought Sarah was and not where she really was. She was really on her way to her secret lovers house. Her lover was 40 year old Vincent Davis. Her visit was cut short when Vincent had to leave for his shift at the liquor store, the store in which he met his demise. Vincent was shot dead by the man who stole his lovers car while she was on her way home. When cops got involved and interviewed Sarah they realised she was cheating on her husband for Vincent. Sarahs husband, John was so distraught by his wife cheating on him while he was at his brothers funeral led him to kill her and himself. three deaths that were all caused by one man whose motive was simple robbery. It is in the humble opinion of this narrator that this is not just "Something That Happened." This cannot be "One of those things..." This, please, cannot be that. And for what I would like to say, I can't. This Was Not Just A Matter Of Chance. Ohhhh. These strange things happen all the time.
The frame freezes on a close up of Dannys face.
A slim but tall looking African-American male with a sleasy looking mustache is pointing a gun at the liquor store clerk. The man doing the hold is 25 year old Danny. The Liquor store clerk is a white male of solid build. He is 40 year old Vincent. Vincent is begging Danny to not shoot at him.