Dive into 5 different scenarios of 16 confused characters. A collection of 5 short screenplays that deal with the combination of sorrow, misunderstanding, trust, and disappointment. The philosophical and autobiographical analyses uncover the deeper layer that connects the author’s life experiences with his creative work.
Alternative –Dillon’s last shot on how he could have behaved to be reunited with his fiancée. Can it all be back to where it was?
Information – A terrorist attack explained by Media and Students. Which source tells the truth?
Perspective – Two opposing views on life from a multimillionaire and a beggar. What do they have in common?
Power – A debate between a mistress and wife. Who ruined the marriage?
Regrets – After losing what you loved the most, what is left to appreciate?
Told in a personal voice, the book covers the author’s view on life with the help of philosophers and examples from his private world. The intimate rollercoaster stands in a perfect line between an “Easy Read” and “Don’t Read Before Bedtime” as it keeps you intrigued but satisfied.
Buy the book, and follow the author on social media:
Buy the Book On Amazon.
My name is Archil, and I come fromThe Country of Georgia- Motherland of Wine. I finished Komarovi Math School andsoon after went to American University in Bulgaria, where I studied BusinessAdministration and Economics. After graduating, I was enrolled at The LeeStrasberg Theatre and Film Institute, located in New York City, which has beenmy living location for almost 3 years now. My hobbies include working out andfollowing a healthy lifestyle, reading books such as Autobiographies ofAthletes, writing screenplays where I’m trying to combine Subconsciousness andPsychology of love, and I could say that my hobby is to have new hobbies. Here are 3 things about me: I don’t know howcoffee tastes. My favorite fruit is Fig. Family comes first.
People asked me what I would gainby publishing this book. To be honest, my intentions were never to write a NewYork Times Bestseller book, or to make a fortune and be recognized as one ofthe best writers of the 21st Century. It was merely to share my work withpeople who are interested in it. Painters, graphic designers, photographers,and video editors can simply publish their work on social media and reach outto thousands, if not millions, of people. Imagine me posting a screenshot of myscreenplay on Instagram. That would certainly not work. So, I was left with twochoices, either creating a blog or publishing a book. I went with the latterbecause I like to create something tangible, something I could put on the shelfand let it be there till the rest of my life.
Once on the subway, an old guy wassinging “Somewhere over the Rainbow” by Hawaiian singer Israelkamakawiwo ‘ole. I went to him and told him that he made my day, and that Icould feel so much contagious positivity. He looked at me, smiled, and said:”Remember, Things Don’t Change, We Change Things!” On that day, Istarted writing this book.