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TV Series

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The White Wolves

Catire is a young and humble man from Petare, the world's largest and most dangerous slum, who after constant subordination and a near-death experience, finds himself forced to take on a criminal life and fight against the most ruthless gangs, hoping to survive and give his family a better existence.

Genre: Drama.

Status: Financing. 

Est. Budget: TBD

References: BBC's "Peaky Blinders", Netflix's "Narcos", HBO's "The Sopranos", HBO's "Boardwalk Empire", HBO's "Tokio Vice". 

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The Broken Clock

The discovery of a weekly shot that stops humans from aging has brought on World War III and the redistribution of the world’s powerful nations. In New America, a now totalitarian regime, people are forced to take the shot weekly and to remain who they are professionally and socially for the rest of time, since humans no longer die for natural reasons. Children under the age of 18 have been exterminated, and women between the age of 12 and 21 are now they most valuable asset in the world. They’re forced into “training houses” so they can learn the arts of pleasure; and then, they're auctioned out to the richest and most powerful men.

Santiago is a young man in his 20s and a GHOST - name given to the people that were able to escape outside of the borders of the new established nations before the lock-down. His sister Sofia, 17, was not able to escape in time and is now retained in one of the "training houses" to be trained and auctioned for sexual purposes. Santi will not only have to sneak into New America and somehow save his sister, but he will do all that he can to start a revolution and overthrow this new, repressive, and ruthless regime.   

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Genre: Dystopian Drama.

Status: Development. 

Est. Budget: TBD

Film References: Hulu's "The Handmaids Tale", Amazon Prime's "The Man in the High Castle", HBO's "The Last of Us" and "Station Eleven". 

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