Feature Film: MIRACLE MAN FROM HOMELESS TO HOLLYWOOD by Glenn Gannon

WGA Registration: 1960161

Author Mr.Glenn Gannon.

LOGLINE; A young family are thrown into turmoil after the father deserts them in 1960s Dublin Ireland seen through the eyes of the eldest son Glenn aged eight years of age by the time he has reached his teens he will have survived harsh poverty ,incarceration in a violent industrial school and sustained sexual abuse,..is it surviving all of this then that has given him the inner strength to overcome seemingly impossible odds as an adult ,can he rise up out of multiple addictions,..chronic illnesses,.and to battle against the violence of living rough on the cold hard streets the constant pain of loneliness,..and desperation,..all he has left are his memories of those he loved and lost,..and the painful memories of the successful businessman he once was,..the dreams he would never realize all seems lost until one night he meets an old street drinker who shows him all is not lost,..and so the long road to recovery begins,..”you know how to fight don’t you? So fight the things between you and your dreams”. And so the battle begins,..based on the best selling book MIRACLE MAN FROM HOMELESS TO HOLLYWOOD. A true story of courage and conviction,..”Anybody can fall down its getting back up when all else seems lost that makes a champion”.

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