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In the wake of the housing and stock market crash of 2009, California cedes from the nation and becomes a communist country with free housing and health care. As a result of these programs there is a population boom. To counteract the increase in population, the government starts the PRC Program which places a senior class onto Catalina Island and pits the students againstIn the wake of the housing and stock market crash of 2009, California cedes from the nation and becomes a communist country with free housing and health care. As a result of these programs there is a population boom. To counteract the increase in population, the government starts the PRC Program which places a senior class onto Catalina Island and pits the students against one another in a death match, where there can only be one winner. The surviving class member receives a scholarship to the college of their choice....

Title : Population Control: The Best Movie Never Made
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ISBN : 5800033865493
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 97 Pages
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Population Control: The Best Movie Never Made Reviews

  • Lauren Stone
    2019-03-25 05:10

    I wrote it. It taught me to be a better writer.

  • Andy Love
    2019-03-19 04:07

    This play and the film Tokyo 10+01 were both inspired by Battle Royale. I felt Population Control leaned heavier on the original version, but with some talented twists. It appears that Lauren has stripped Battle Royale down: modernised, westernised and injected more blood and maturity, then skilfully rebuilt. Population Control is a great play you won’t put down until you’ve read the last page. Because of the added grit and mindless killing of others, this may spark the same controversy as the original film. This would make a great Battle Royale 3

  • Rita Webb
    2019-03-10 03:21

    I have not been much of a horror fan, but this movie script surprised and delighted me. At times, it was funny. At times, sad. At other times, revolting and depressing--not because the writing was bad but rather that the characters was so well-developed. The script was an easy read, and I had a very vivid picture in my mind of what was going on, what the scene looked like, who the people were. Ms. Stone always kept me turning pages while I sat on the edge of my seat. A well-dramatized, well-written story.