Jagger isn't your typical sex columnist. He is an aristocratic beach thug who rules by his scrupulous idea of how life should be. He equates dating with going to battle while on his hunt for the real thing in a city that is plagued of any honest human connection. He's strikingly attractive, but also a menace, with an uncompromising disapproval for weakness and bad etiquette. His engaging friends compliment his aggressive nature by tempering his inflexible fight on mankind to gain insight into their intolerable behavior. He finds exhaustion with going on yet another dating excursion when he knows the guy for him is the one he can't say more than two words to. If there is any light to all his darkness, it's the pleasing love story, the central theme that runs throughout his disappointments in matters of the heart. He experiences the kind of crush and love one has as a teenager over Garth, the dreamboat lifeguard from Australia, with the boyish distinction and the killer smile, who he keeps running into in passing. He feels an immediate unexplainable silent connection with him and longs to get close. This is the screenplay adaptation from the book "Jagger's Revolution". The "Untitled Jagger Sequel" is due out in the Fall of 2009. "Jagger's Revolution: A Screenplay" is a Lambda Literary Award Nominee for "Best LGBT Drama".
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"You're my own little mighty mouse." He said to me this year. If you remove a gene in the brain, you'll find someone who isn't afraid of anything. Fear exists because of years of human tampering. It's a learned response triggered by previous circumstances forcibly molded upon us while growing up. You have to have an enormous amount of strength and independent will to break yourself away from that and be your own opinion. It takes years of practice to be as tough and removed from the societal norm. The compliment was an interesting true insight, although the flattering remark was simply to convey what I meant to him on a personal level, and not into the man holding the pen drawing out a story of a napoleon like creature who moved to the forefront carrying his own flag. The declaration is a for certain fact that sums up the dark shadow in the back of my mind that quietly came up into view raising up his hand to ask me if I've met him yet. It was years ago that this revelation came to me into the guy who I later called Jagger. His brooding soul was as dark and sinister in spirit that I nearly shuttered. The more I grew to know him I realized what a knowledgeable force he is. It wasn't enough for me to write a book with a slew of sex columns on his interpretation of modern day love. Jagger's view of dating is highly conservative, but he as a guy is not. He walks along that fine line of truth and fantasy on a beach in Southern California. He is mostly always barefoot because not only is he a super human hero, but the torn jeans show a non-conformist element, his bare feet give you the forbearance of someone who is very physical. He doesn't have to say anything but just stand in frame, and his huge dark eyes understand more than what the average person sees.
(Additional INTRODUCTION verbiage featured in the paperback book, "Jagger's Revolution: A Screenplay")About the Author:
Kevin began work in the entertainment field at the age of 23 joining one of Hollywood's most respected actors, Michelle Pfeiffer. The sharp, film-literate worked as her development assistant at her company, Via Rosa, where he read and provided coverage on potential projects searching for strong female driven characters-no victims. He worked through the development and productions of, One Fine Day and A Thousand Acres. After three years with her, he then made a move into film production hammering his name into stone in the film industry working with some highly notable talent and producers while adding to a mounting list of production credits that include Via Rosa's The Deep End of the Ocean, as well as Crazy in Alabama, The Perfect Storm, Dr. Dolittle 2 and Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. He subsequently reunited with Pfeiffer's producing partner, Kate Guinzburg at her short-lived company with veteran Producer, Martin Bregman, to assist in bringing the Julia Stiles film Carolina into production. An avid storyteller, he also enjoys penning trashy beach reads as Kevin Hunter, contributing to the dude lit genre, an uninhibited writer reporting on a guy's sex life, the meaning of love, and analyzing the good, bad, and dirty in relationships. Books include Navy Blue Eyes and Jagger's Revolution. He has other works in development. http://imdb.com/name/nm0084295/
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