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When Love is Almost out of Reach! Lahar Lahar

Sequel to When Love is Almost Out of Reach! Pinatubo. Lahar is the volcanic ash called in the Philippines. The Journey of the Navy Pilot's wife after she was left after three days of their marriage due to the eruption of the volcano, Mt. Pinatubo. It entails the hard life she had to endure during and after the eruption of the volcano until she was found by her husband. Synopsis

Written by: Marlinda Cregan     [Contact Author]
Format: Screenplay
Posted: 10/17/2018
Updated: 10/19/2018
Author Bio: Marlinda Cregan 229-460-9106

To whom it may concern,

I am very interested for someone to read my script, titled: When Love is Almost Out of Reach! Lahar Lahar (Lahar, Volcanic Ash)

This script was inspired by my upbringing in the Philippines, having very exposed to the life with a father who was one of the founders and instructors at the then Jungle Environmental Survival Training in Cubi Point, Naval Station Subic Bay Philippines.

I myself was also previously employed for 4 years in the same base a Data Transcriber at the Navy Supply Depot of the same base.

This fiction Romance, Drama, Faith Based script is the second script I have written. It entails the life and adventure of two lovers: a Navy Pilot and a maid of an American Officer in Charge of the Jungle Survival School.

This script has a hint of history of the Former Base, the Eruption of Mt Pinatubo, and also depicts the Philippines’ culture and farm life.

This is the sequel to the my first script titled: When Love is Almost Out of Reach! Pinatubo. This script pertains to the Life of a Navy Pilot's Wife after she was left in the Philippines due to eruption of Mt Pinatubo.

I am hopeful that this script will land to someone who will consider producing and directing it to a PG or PG13 movie.


Marlinda Cregan

P.S. Dialogue in Italics is in Tagalog, Subtitles, Translation will be provided.