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A love story between two people seen directly through their eyes in an emotional journey of regret, escape, and hope.
When love is the drive, the right path is set.
Because real love is once in a lifetime.
The story begins in Baltimore, 1978 with nineteen-year-old Jerry sleeping inside an iron-lung that keeps him alive, and where he has been living most of his life. The sleep is brutally interrupted by an evil dwarf, and a mysterious energy breaks the machine giving him the strength to walk outside of his room.
27 doors appear in a semicircle. Jerry is terrified by what he sees.
Covered with blood, he meets a child and his mother, who, after understanding that Jerry is lost and possibly hurt, takes him to the police station. The police database reveals a horrifying truth about Jerry.
GIACOMO LA ROSA
was born in Rome, and lives between Italy and the U.S., where he received a Master in English Literature and Creative Writing from Harvard.
After a long experience as screenwriter, director and producer, he is now almost exclusively dedicated to fiction writing of various genres.
His understanding of the cultures of North-Central-South America and Europe, as well as a profound experience in the film and publishing markets, give him a very unique creative profile.