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        1: Vincent & Devil

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        Vincent & Devil.
        dark comedy.

        LOGLINE
        An inadvertence ofafascinating pilferer Vincent, while he steals ashrine from Vatican, leads toaJesus and Devils meeting.

        SYNOPSIS

        Devil who is known as Duke discovers the possibility tokill Jesus, from aJudgement Book. He decides tofulfil it and tocapture all the power on earth. Duke looks like an italian Don and behaves like ahuman.

        Duke hires Vincent - apilferer-repeter. Vincent has tosteal golden keys toJesuss death for him. The keys are hiden inVatican, inshrine ofsaint Luk and Vatican doesnt even suspect ofthese keys.

        Vincent becomes Popes personal assistant. He enters St.Pauls Cathedral, finds the shrine and opens it. He sees the saint ashes and admires the golden keys. Vincent can hardly hide when he sees Pope and escapes with the keys.

        Vincent makes Cardinal Pius bring the shrine out, and Dukes servants - agents De Vitoe and Capone take it away. Duke discovers that the keys disappeared, he orders his servants tofind Vincent with the keys.

        Vincent sees the keys, panics and decides tosell them inRome and take off. InRome Vincent escapes from the agents, who hunt for him with guns and kill cops.

        Its time for Edgar Goover, the special service agent, toenter the business. Cardinal Pius who was turned out Vatican appears inRome. Vincent meets Ivan - the only person who knows about the keys and their fate.

        Vincent, Pius and Ivan plan toreach Moscow todestroy the Devils tramp. The tramp-death is located inSt. Basils and may be destroyed with the golden keys. But agents De Vitoe and Capone trace them, after the skirmish Vincent and Ivan die. Edgar Goover killed them. He advices the agents totakes the keys and deliver them toDuke.

        Vincents soul falls into purgatory and tries tomeet Jesus. But nobody can find him and believes the Dukes used the keys.

        The agents dont find the keys, Cardinal Pius who escaped Edgar Goover takes them. The agents go toVatican toask the questions about Pius.
        The agents find Pius inRome, he gives them back the keys, but those are not the same keys. The agens kill Pius, Duke jails the agents.

        But Pius manages tobring the keys topurgatory, Alexander Borgia takes them away from him, Vincent sees the keys and believes Borgia is Dukes assistant who killed Jesus.

        Jesus hears the name ofDuke, Vincent tells him everything. Jesus goes toDukes residence toclear up the situation, he makes adecision not tokill Duke tokeep the balance between good and evil.

        Jesus hires Vincent as apersonal assistant instead ofBorgia, Borgia works for Duke, the shrine is sent back toVatican. The agens are forgiven, Ivan and Pius are hired byJesus.

        Jesus and Duke are safe and sound.

        

        2: Mr. Faces Theater

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        The main idea and psychological description ofthe leads
        Los Angeles works as the theatrical stage here, andMr. Face - aprofessional killer - is the director ofthis Theater.

        haracters

        MR. FACE IS AMAIN CHARACTER, ANTAGONIST
        Mr. Faces father was apimp and his mom was his elite fancy girl. Insulted byhis parents behavior since his childhood becomes acool killer, but with certain philosophy. Inpublic he performs his plays - per se genius, but bloody.
        The essence ofMr. Faces philosophy: Earth is Hell which is managed byMr. Devil. Killing men-stinkers, he releases them from Hell, and deprives Mr. Devil ofhis servants inaflesh. For the common Good.
        The subject is based on this philosophy.
        Mr. Face plays off complicated dramatized show, and the end ofthe show is well-known tohim beforehand: he kills as much and as often as he can, throwing light upon his philosophy from different vital points. Actually, the participants ofthe theatrical show dont even guess what the future may hold conceal. Everything follows ascenario, bloody Theater ofMr. Face isnt admissive ofchance.
        Mr. Face uses different methods toinvolve ordinary people - unprofessional actors inhis performances. He is used toplay with human weaknesses: vices and thirst for the beautiful, as well as thirst totreacherous lie and easy money. Mr.Face is agenius psychologist, who knows anyone inside out. There are no secrets inhuman heart for him. He is the puppeteer, tugging the threads, hes areal thug, but he is agentleman. Mr.Face is frank inwords and actions, and this sincerity allows us totake him as agentleman, not ascoundrel.
        There is Jennifer loved byMr. Face tenderly and at the same time with brute love. Jennifer doesnt simply reciprocate his feelings, shes entirely devoted toMr. Face - tothe marrow ofher bones. She is aloving woman.
        Mr. Faces wears ablack suit and white shirt without tie. He uses totake the cigarettes out bycharacteristic gesture - he takes them out ofthe pack with his lips.

        PRINCE ofWINDSOR - MAIN CHARACTER, AND THE ONLY PROTAGONIST inMr. Faces Theater.
        Philanthrope and eccentric. Travelling incognito all around the world, he earns his money working like mere mortals. Insuch away, Prince hopes tounderstand the Truth ofhuman being.
        Prince meets Mr. Face bypure Accident. Mr.Face doesnt know him tobe Prince ofWindsor. Inthe initial collisions ofplot someone wants tokill Prince. At that very moment Mr. Face recognizes the Crown Prince and rescueshim
        Later, inthe plot, Prince plays one ofthe leading role inTheater ofMr. Face, without suspicion that the main instrument ofMr. Face - real Mr. Colt of38th caliber. But the true becomes obvious and inafit ofanger, Prince slaps his partner inthe face
        Anger is over, Prince analyses all the events been heard and seen inTheater ofMr. Face. He understands that the real vital sense is hidden inwords and actions ofMr. Face, but it is not easy for him tounderstand it at once.
        Then Prince makes adecision tocontinue and play inthis cruel Theater, with the only condition - blood will be no longer shed. Mr.Face understands at once what Prince needs exactly, draws him again toTheaters performance, protects him from abloody show. Prince follows todenouement together with Mr. Face

        PATRICK is an INDEPENDENT AUXILIARY CHARACTER. PROTAGONIST, TURNING INTO AN ANTAGONIST.
        He is ayoung man and adevotee. Actually, Patrick is involved into bloody Theater against his will. At first he denies ideas and actions ofMr. Face Unlike Prince who is looking for social sense ofexistence, Patricks perception is based on theosophical position.

        EMMY and VICKY are AUXILIARY CHARACTERS ofANTAGONIST.
        Might-nave-been actresses, they are forced towork as prostitutes. Emmy and Vicky get the roles ofnuns - without suspicion what is waiting for them. Intheir perception - it is achance for them tochange.
        Emmy is killed. This fact forces Vicky tothink, but - she continues the play, thinking that shes already out ofTheater. Acomprehension ofthe fact that everything goes against her will comes toher step bystep, inthe process ofplot development. Vicky changes but its too late Vicky comes tothe conclusion: she hates amadly cruel Theater ofMr. Face, but not him. She realizes - Mr. Face and his Theater are the comprehensive whole, and it cant be inotherway.

        12KILLERS ofMR. FACE are AUXILIARY CHARACTERS ofANTAGONIST.
        Like Apostles, they help Mr. Face with his bloody Theater during the whole performance. They make short work ofcops, choose prostitutes for mortal party, and gather theatrical corps all around the town They work for big money - other philosophy is alien and unacceptable tothem. And this is the main reason oftheir death at the very end ofMr. Faces show. They are killed byhim. Money doesnt play primary role inMr. Faces Theatre. All ofthem - 12guys are high, slender men of35. They wear black coats, white shirts with red ties.

        THE GARDENER is the SPECIAL CHARACTER, he is the Forerunner ofMr. Faces philosophical world-view.
        He is aman of65, Keeper ofMarvelous Divine Garden. Along time ago Mr. Face had conversation with aGardener. The dialog between them turned Kid Face into Mr. Face and broke his fate. History is opened and closed byaGardener. It is an episodic, but akey role.

        STRUCTURE OFTHE SCREENPLAY

        The Plot is divided into 2big Performances: Gentlemen Club and Diamond ofSaddam +Prologue and Finale.
        THE PROLOGUE is the key scene ofFinale, interweaved with the most important childhood period ofMr. Faces life (meeting with aGardener).
        The basic theses Mr. Faces philosophy are stated into the FIRST Performance - against abackground ofthe actions played byhim.
        The SECOND Performance operates these thesises profs done at the time oftheatrical show. Even more, the evidence is provided bylife, without direct influence ofMr. Face.
        BOTH Performances have the logical final, but they are connected inconcept and drama.
        THE FINALE draws aline under the concept ofTheater ofMr. Face and admits its philosophy as it were the only right. At the same time, such Theater drives Gardener - inspirer ofMr. Face - into despair, and his Marvelous Divine Garden blazes.
        Aspectator faces aphilosophical dilemma raised bysuch Finale: Is Mr. Face right? Has he understood the Gardeners words about his destiny correctly?.
        Who is right here, who is not - lets every spectator answer these questions.
        ON THE SCREEN WILL BE: tense action, interspersed with black humour, philosophy, theatricalized farce, byunexpected turns and aheap ofcorps - this is areal Theater ofMr. Face.
        SCENE: Los Angeles - nowadays (with ashort insertion dated 1970).

        

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