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Sunday League – A Feature Film Screenplay by Peter Boydell
When the manager of a rough Sunday League football team dies, a vicar steps into his boots and begins a journey to reclaim his joy.
Sunday League – A ‘Save The Cat’ Experiment
When the manager of a rough, local, Sunday League football team dies, a repressed vicar steps into his boots and begins a journey to reclaim his joy in life.
“They are a right pair of 80’s spunks, aren’t they.’
Collette Jane Davis
Aged 37 years and 1 day
We are watching action, comedy, crime-bonanza, ‘Tango and Cash’. It stars the incredibly watchable, Sylvester ‘Rocky-is-a-pussy’ Stallone and the cheeky mulleteer, Kurt Russell. What have I been doing all my life? How have I never seen this? The soundtrack is astounding. And, Sly and Kurt are not the only eye-candy either: Teri Hatcher is an 80’s, lycra, mega-hottie. Late-80’s boobs are the best. In support of this claim I also cite Patrick Swayze’s sexual pinnacle, Roadhouse, another boob-laden, cinematic masterpiece released the same year. Continue reading
An Excerpt from ‘The Local’ – A Feature Film Screenplay By Peter Boydell
Four teenage boys skip school and play gangsters, but when a tetchy, Greek kebab shop owner flips, the boys get involved in something dark. Continue reading