Hand of God

Curtis Allen is a College student with a crush on the beautiful but incredibly shy Mary Ashford. After he finally plucks up the courage to ask her out she panics as she doesn’t know how to respond and runs away. Tragedy strikes when Mary dies after being run over and Curtis is overcome with grief, then a miracle happens. Curtis awakens in a hospital bed with several broken bones and Mary sobbing at his bedside. Curtis does not remember how he got there but Mary tells him he pushed her out of the way of a speeding car and took the hit himself. Mary tells Curtis she will go out with him when he recovers but Curtis cannot shake this uneasy feeling that something is wrong.

Curtis begins to wonder if he committed suicide and is in the afterlife but all of his friends and teachers are alive and well. In his dreams he has strange visions of a glass world slowly breaking apart and decides to blog about them. He then discovers that there have been thousands of people all over the world and throughout history who have had similar visions. All of these people attest the visions occurring around the miraculous recovery or near death experience of a loved one. But just who or what is moving behind the scenes altering events and what is its connection to the dreams?

This idea is meant for a feature length film which could be live action or animated. If it were to be animated I would see as an opportunity to tell a more mature story using the medium of animation.

This film is a fantasy drama, with the characters everyday lives being altered by some supernatural presence and how it’s affecting them.


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