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After Image [Seeing in the Dark] (Original screenplay for the 2001 film)

After Image [Seeing in the Dark] (Original screenplay for the 2001 film)

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After Image [Seeing in the Dark] (Original screenplay for the 2001 film)

by John Mellencamp, Terrylene, Louise Fletcher (starring); Robert Manganelli (director, screenwriter)

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N.p.: N.p., 1999. Revised Draft script for the 2001 film, here under the working title "Seeing in the Dark." With a handwritten post-it note affixed to the verso of the front wrapper, noting the name and phone number of director Robert Manganelli.

A deaf clairvoyant who receives visions of an unknown serial killer's movements teams up with a former crime photographer to find the murderer. The third of four film appearances of singer and occasional actor John Mellencamp.

Shot in Rochester, New York.

Gray untitled wrappers. Title page present, dated 6-9-99, noted as Rev., with credits for director and screenwriter Robert Manganelli. 120 leaves, with last page of text numbered 118. Xerographic duplication, rectos only. Pages Fine, wrapper Near Fine, bound with two gold brads.

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Title
After Image [Seeing in the Dark] (Original screenplay for the 2001 film)
Author
John Mellencamp, Terrylene, Louise Fletcher (starring); Robert Manganelli (director, screenwriter)
Book Condition
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Date Published
1999
Keywords
Film Scripts | 2000s Cinema | Fantasy | Mystery and Crime | Independent Film
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