A Matter of Strife, Written by Roosevelt Lewis, Screenplay by Patricia Lewis
A MATTER OF STRIFE
By: Roosevelt Lewis
Screenplay by: Patricia Lewis
Genre: Drama / Suspense
A Matter of Strife is the story of struggle between a young Black man and his repulsive mother who find their peace in death.
A Matter of Strife is the story about young Howard, an African-American male, who has challenges before and after the Vietnam War. As he encounters his Demons and disappointments, he becomes victim to his mother’s embattled life. Upon returning from Vietnam, Howard’s mother’s betrayal shatters their relationship of his goal of getting married to a woman who finds love with another man.
Roosevelt Lewis, Jr.
Roosevelt Lewis, playwright turn screenwriter, has written and performed with a local Theatre group in Seattle, Washington. His achievements include an Independent Publishers Book Award for excellence in literature and collaborated to design and build a children’s water theme park.
Born June 30, 1944 in Natchitoches, Louisiana where the primitive years of his artistic life began. Speech and Drama classes lead to his selective interests in screenwriting while attending Seattle Central college. He was discharged from the army in 1970 at Fort Lewis, Washington which led to his many years residing in Seattle, Washington.