Ghost of the Dragon
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KC and his son are old students and family friends to the Lee household. Years ago, Bruce had made KC promise to look out for Brandon, just in case something happened to him. They now (mid-90ís) run a Bodyguard Service/Detective Agency in Los Angeles. Everything was fine, then 'The Crow' mysteriously took Brandonís life away. The African American private eyes go to Carolina to investigate Brandon Lee's painful and puzzling death. While there, they find a long lost map. They follow the map and brave many perils but finally find Bruce alive, his martial arts skills, even deadlier than ever. Bruce joins KC and his crew to avenge the murder of his son, so that Brandon's soul can rest peacefully.
Bruce is to martial arts films what Jimi Hendrix was to the electric guitar. The story is a breath-taking, one-inch-punch, a true action/adventure story. It vividly conveys the cerebral elements of Martial Arts, while dazzling the audience with emotion-filled, super human fight scenes (ie The Matrix, Crouching Tiger-Hidden Dragon, Blade, Romeo Must Die). The fan base is already VERY, VERY STRONG, therefore the risk of losing money on this project or not finding funding is virtually non-existent.
Often using the penname, DarkMark Twain, Christopher Harmon--much like the original Twain--uses a mix of action and humor to address matters of social importance. Born in Buffalo NY, and being snowed in often, the author's diversity of reading material included Alex Haley, Stephen King, Dick Gregory, MAD Magazine, The Gospel, and Playboy.
While in New York, Harmon received a B.A. in Communication from the University of Buffalo, after which he escaped the extreme snow for the extreme heat of Phoenix, AZ. His writing has blossomed there, where he is now aided by a wife and two children.
Harmon's screenplays include Rebuilding the Soul, The REAL Monsters, Mary Shelley's American Nightmare, Red Thunder, The Ghost of the Dragon, Rocking Jerusalem, Blitz of the Black Wolf, and Deliver the Word (in progress). He has also written a teleplay, The Simpsons: The Predator vs. Shaft, and published several articles and short stories. In addition, he is winner of the Diversity Award (Scripts Division), and he placed in the quarterfinals in the Chesterfields; semifinals in Maui, and finals in the Asian-American Media Dev. Award. He also wrote and directed a training video for the State Employees of Arizona.
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