A suburban family quickly becomes familiar with the inner city neighborhood they have moved into when they become the only witnesses to a mysterious crime.
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Also enjoy the prequel TURNPIKE:
SCENE 8 - Marcus walks through parking lot to the store entrance.
SCENE 4 - John & Kathy drive through downtown.
SCENE 21- Craig heads to class on a scooter.
SCENE 21- Craig heads to class on a scooter
SCENE 26 - John carefully browses the surveillance footage.
SCENE 57 - John suddenly decides to follow the car.
SCENE 14 - The new kids on the block look to be different.
SCENE 29 - Jalen goes into the room and frantically looks for it.
SCENE 24 - Partners Dan and Adam head back to The Hood.
SCENES 1 & 27- Opening Credits and John drives to Cervantes.
RODERIC REECE's screenplays GENTRICIDE and TURNPIKE are original mystery suspense dramas that entertainingly showcase crossroads of culture, history, and personality. They weave true experiences to tell unfolding and layered tales that will engage your personal perspectives. The plot reveals will intrigue and the subtle symbolism will be appreciated by those paying particular attention.
GENTRICIDE is a deeply American tale of the subtle psychology of community change as seen in the self-enterprising conflicts that lie in the shadows of urban cross-culture.
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TURNPIKE is a challenging puzzle of discovering and maintaining self-worth against social identity within the cross-cultural complexity of the 1980's.