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L A Morgan
04-09-2013, 06:37 AM
Comedy ensues when a group of friends cooks up an elaborate plan to stop two of the friends from constantly arguing in this low-budget feature script.

“Best Enemies” is a low budget, romantic comedy feature, reminiscent of “Friends.” It is set in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, but other locations could be used in the production. The script is 110 pages. Outside of an apartment scene in the beginning, the script takes place outdoors in the mountains. A campground, backpacking trails, and rustic tenting sites are necessary. There are two major characters and six minor characters. Lots of quick banter keeps the action flowing, along with situational humor. This script is rated for General Audience. It was written for adults and children alike, and it is also designed to be a date flick.

Two members of a group of eight friends constantly disrupt the group dynamic with their arguments. The woman is a romance novelist and the man is a psychologist that writes self-help books. When they all go on a two-week backpacking vacation together in the wilderness, the group enacts a plan to leave the two dissidents alone together. With just enough gear to survive shared between them, the couple must learn to cooperate in order to survive. Through all their disputes, practical jokes, hardship, teasing, and revelations, the best enemies slowly discover that the sparks of hatred can also ignite the fire of love.
Can a romance novelist win the battle of words with a psychologist? There’s a thin line between love and hate when they’re forced to cooperate. “Best Enemies” is based on my novel, White Mountain Magic.

Nick Soares
04-16-2013, 12:01 PM
Ill want to check this out in about 6 months for sure if its still available :)

L A Morgan
04-16-2013, 05:36 PM
It's set in New Hampshire and we'd love to see you if you film it here.

L A Morgan
09-19-2013, 07:25 PM
I think it's been six months. Are you still interested in Best Enemies, Nick?