Synopsis: At the onset of World War II, Isaiah Austerlitz — the owner of a small Manhattan art gallery — is on the brink of financial ruin when his friend Morocco brings him a client with an offer he can’t refuse. This eccentric, nouveau riche client employs Austerlitz to track down the works of a recently deceased artist. Sent on a wild-goose chase, will Austerlitz be able to uphold his end of the bargain? Or will he be overwhelmed by his unscrupulous rivals?
“What a neat and twisted little tale you have here… Even with all the craziness on the page, it never sounded like a campy comedy; instead, it was like a drawing room farce with just enough menace to make the viewer worry about the fate of our hero.” –Feedback from the 2013 BlueCat Screenplay Competition
Copyright 2016 by G. E. Gallas