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TITLE: THE FIRE-WALKER
Definition of FIREWALKER:
The practice of walking barefoot over something such as hot stones, coals or wood ashes, often as part of a traditional ceremony.
At the age of (6-8) Clifton, a Native-American boy must go through The Fire-walker Ceremony to become an Indian Brave.
Unfortunately, at the moment nothing is more irritating to Clifton than his infant twin-sibling sucking his mother’s breasts all day long. Clifton gets jealous and neglects his Fire-walker preparations to focus on a personal mission to find a woman with a perfect pair of breasts all for himself.
Light-hearted Drama, Romance, Comedy.
Similar to: Juno and Little Miss Sunshine.
A loosely based PG-Rated-Adaptation of La Teta y La Luna
(Spanish/French film), written and directed by Bigas Luna, 1994
* This script is specifically written to be produced/filmed inexpensively.
SUMMARY: (1 Page)
This adaptation is about a 8-10 year old Native American boy (Clifton) who is currently obsessed with women's breasts.
Clifton's innocent desire to learn more about women’s breast, in turn makes Cliff a local hero and savior of the tiny town of Ito Arizona.
A beautiful carnival worker (Angel 19-22) arrives in town. Angel has great breasts and is the answer to Clifton's prayers.
Unfortunately for Clifton, Angel is the love interest of two adult men:
1. Roger, is her travel companion boyfriend, and
2. Louie, Clifton's eight-teen year old cousin , who wins girls over with his amazing singing voice.
Clifton lives in the small Indian community of Ito Arizona, it is situated along The Northern Arizona-New Mexico border along the interstate where tourist and truckers pass in-route to California, The Grand Canyon or Las Vegas.
Long ago Clifton's Grandfather devised a way to supplement the town’s income by establishing a regional Pow-Wow Fire-walking ceremony.
At the Pow-Wow held twice a month, regional tribes dress in Native American attire and invite tourists to watch in the local’s attempt to walk across a pit of simmering coals without getting hurt.
Fire-walking, according to Cliff’s Grandfather is the Native American ceremony of walking barefoot across hot coals to cleanse the soul and prove one’s righteousness.
A few local men are successful Fire-walkers, among this elite group are Clifton's grandfather in his younger days and Clifton's father.
Clifton wants to be a great Fire-walker like his Dad and Grandpa but he lacks the confidence stemming from his two major fears; the fear of heights and unfortunately the fear of fire and anything associated with fire.
The town of Ito and two other local communities have been notified by The State Tax Office that their communities are in default of $120.000 in back-taxes that accrued during the now-closed copper mine operations.
Additionally, the Town of Ito has had their Indian gambling license revoked forcing the local casino to close down until the tax is paid.
During his search, Clifton saves a woman’s life from a burning RV trailer. In gratitude for Clifton’s bravery someone pays the entire city tax-default. This tax relief payment makes Clifton a celebrated local hero and the most famous Indian Brave ever, all because of his quest to find himself a perfect pair of breasts.
Can send: The complete screenplay and release form.