Re: [Videolib]The Librarians - a new feature film starring Burt

Steve Fesenmaier (fesenms@wvlc.lib.wv.us)
Mon, 07 Jul 2003 13:00:54 -0400

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http://globalpictures.info/librarians.htm

Three Men and One Woman on the Wrong Side of the Law, Doing the Right
Thing

When the daughter of wealthy land developer
Frederick Davis vanishes into
Miami’s criminal underground, it’s up to The
Librarians to ensure her safe return.
They’ll find her, they’ll bring her back,
and they’ll do whatever is necessary to fulfill
their contract. They’re called The
Librarians ... because they collect overdue
people, just like a librarian collects
overdue books.

A private LearJet® touches down on the
desolate runway of the Miami airport in
Southwest Miami. Simon, the obvious leader
of the three Librarians, steps out of
the plane, exquisitely dressed in his
Armani• suit, perfectly matching slacks and
his very expensive Italian shoes, letting
out a sigh of disapproval of the hot and
humid weather. As he walks over towards the
shuttle van, Slammer, looking like
an Adonis wrapped in a tank top, jeans and
boots, gets out and looks up, shading
his eyes from the sun. Piling out last is
G-Man, a ‘cool dude’ young man with
platinum blond hair and yellow lens
sunglasses. With his headphones, bright
yellow shirt and orange pants, he is the
only one who looks as if he might fit into
the surroundings.

While they don’t appear to have anything in
common, this three member team is
expert at getting to the bottom of things.
They’re here in Miami to hit the streets of
South Beach and blend in, to quietly “cheek
out” whatever information they can
about their missing target and secure her
safe return.

Are they too late? The “top story” on the
morning news announces the mystery
murder of Irma Davis, the client’s
daughter...

Written By:
Mike Kirton
William Forsythe

Directed By:
Mike Kirton

Produced By:
Global Pictures, Inc.

Executive Producers:
Anthony Rosamilia
Robert Nittolo

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