Sam Palmer Getting Even
In Sam Palmer Getting Even, Lenin Rivera creates an energetic and imaginative screenplay that follows one man and his unusual circumstances. Sam Palmer is down on his luck after being dishonorably discharged from the army and living with his grandmother and her dog, Sargent. The story picks up the pace quickly when a wave of violence takes the lives of his grandmother and a few of their neighbors. Leaving Sam in a coma. When he finally wakes up, he is told that a man named John Smith is paying for all the funeral and medical expenses. The author goes into detail who John Smith is and why he is willing to help Sam, a total stranger. The author uses descriptive language and dialogue to create a well-rounded and balanced script. The reader should easily visualize each scene, and it can be adapted to a form of action.