Novel Logline of the Day: THE RABBIT CULTURES, by Antonio Capaldo

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LOGLINE PITCH:

ACTORTitle: The Rabbit Cultures

Written by: Antonio Capaldo

Type: Novel

Genre: Biography, Family

Logline: Direct and vivid in its telling of the details of the adoption of a 7-year old boy from Romania after the collapse of Communism, the novel manages ultimately to deliver much more.

Seven billion humans .. with an increase of 80 million years …. with only 25,000 lions left ! I think we’re crazy …!

Conceive with love and do not procreate beastly. Nowadays it should be something taken for granted, but it is not.

How pathetic! If birth control policies are not carried out in the short term our children and grandchildren will not have any space left and the struggle for food resources and energy sources will be terrible and without truce.

We claim to have the right to maintain a sustainable balance for our species replacing nature. I believe it is inevitable at this point to intervene at conceiving stage with a responsible birth plan and birth control policy. Whether you like it or not this is the situation.

I am not a professional writer, and mine is more a humanitarian mission; so, If you have the adventure to stumble upon this book and buy it, you can be sure that every cent will be used for the survival of the protagonist, my adoptive son ,when I’m gone.

This is a true story, and I’m sure that if any great director, like Woody Allen, read my book, certainly he will make a film!

http://www.therabbitculture.com/

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