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Genre: Romantic Comedy, 30 minutes
Pilot Script Available: Yes
Synopsis: On the night of her 30th birthday, Tina Duncan is dumped by her musician boyfriend and left with nothing. When her best friend dares her to accept every date she’s asked out on for the next year, Tina accepts the challenge only to confirm her theory that the perfect man no longer exists. Tina’s life soon becomes one terrible date after another until she accidentally meets Oliver, a beautiful stranger who arrives at her front door to return her purse he’s found in a cab. Before realizing Oliver might be the man to prove her theory wrong – and is indeed the perfect man for her – he slips away and disappears. Convinced she’s lost her one shot at true love, Tina embarks on a city-wide search for a man she hardly knows, but is quickly falling in love with. Adapted from the best selling novel.
Finalist, 2017 New York Short Film and Screenplay Competition
Finalist, 2017 Hollywood Screenplay Contest
Official Selection, 2017 Atlanta Comedy Film Festival, Television Episode Screenplays

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Brooklyn Publishers (Publisher)
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Wren Valentino (Pen Name)


Read the Script Corner interview with David-Matthew on winning the Best Short Screenplay award for 'Boxcar' at the 2017 New Renaissance Film Festival in Amsterdam.

Read an interview with David-Matthew and Dutch filmmaker Coen Haver about their collaboration on Boxcar.

Read the Performer Stuff interview with David-Matthew on playwriting.

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