Feature Film: LITTLE RONNIES by Stefan Walczak

Nine Little Ronnies

Written by Stefan Walczak

Nine Little Ronnies is a true story about a middle aged man who has recollections of a past he wished he never knew. After a fateful car accident leaves Ron with a head injury, his blackouts start to become more than just blank spaces. Entering thera
py with Dave Johnson, Ron’s repressed memories start to come back to him in the form of child-like personalities. Ron and his wife, Barbara, are forced to cope with the flooding feelings that follow Ron’s flashbacks of his abusive, drunk, and sadistic father, as Ron’s nine personalities start to come out during each repressed stage of his childhood. In this shocking story, Ron must overcome and control his urges to dissociate, and eventually integrate all nine of his kid personalities into his adult form. This story covers Ron’s first year of treatment with Dave Johnson. Ron and Barbara went on to receive therapy from Dave for over 12 years before moving back to his Tennessee hometown in August 2014, to be with the rest of his family. He passed away a year later. Dave Johnson practiced mental health counseling and social work his whole life, and he passed away in December of 2015 from complications during heart surgery.

Biography, Drama, Psychological Thriller, Suspense

Feature Screenplay

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