Short Screenplay: THE GOAL by Jeremy Rigby

THE GOAL
Written by Jeremy RIgby
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CAST LIST:

NARRATOR – Julian Ford
ANAYA – Katelyn Varadi
RAJ – Donald Molnar

SYNOPSIS:

Genre: Drama, Inspirational, Sports

THE GOAL – Set in the shanty towns of India. The Goal is an inspirational story about ANAYA, a seven year old homeless girl who in the face of adversity is given the chance of winning a soccer ball if she can kick a goal with one shot. It is a beautiful story with universal themes that could do extremely well on the film circuit if shot correctly. I would be happy for this screenplay to go to a good home. Email if interested.


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