Friday, October 25, 2013
I Represent Sean Rosen by Jeff Baron
Sean has a multi-million dollar idea that he knows will change the entertainment industry. He even knows which movie studio he wants to work with on his new idea. The problem is that Sean is a teen and doesn't have any contacts in Hollywood so how can he get someone to listen to his idea? Sean decides to create a manager for himself to help him get his foot in the door and approaches a different studio to do a trial run. He is surprised when his plan works and the studio head wants to hear a pitch for the movie Sean claims he has written. How hard can it be to write a movie script anyway? This is a funny book about a 13 year old fooling adults in a totally believable way until he gets in way over his head.