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AWOL after murdering her rapist in Iraq,
a decorated Marine falls in love with an
Hasidic woman while on the run from
a commanding officer bent on silencing her.
"This script has a tension filled, deeply personal sensibility that is truly compelling because of how much hamanity is packed into these two characters. The interplay between them is just stellar, their meet cute is a sudden accident and the process of getting to know each other on the train is fraught with resentments and a palpable distaste for each other, which gives the relationship a ton of runway over which to travel and develop.
"There is no doubt that this script is written not just with kinetic narrative energy, but with a self-assurance that makes the reader and a viewing audience feel like they are in good hands with the direction, nature and tone of the story."
 
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