LINDA, A Highly Successful Call Girl

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A London lady of the evening with dignity and business sense is superior to her circumstances.
Linda is so beautiful, so refined, so aloof that her clients fall in love with her.

She's making a pile with American businessmen—who introduce her to the Prince—who falls for her too.

Her passion for independence only inflames him—he wants to
marry her, have children!—they all do, but she is resolutely herself.

Professional cool is the secret of her success, and the allure that enslaves powerful men.

Cops, pimps, hookers, judges, prison guards, psychiatrists, politicians—there isn’t much she can’t deal with.

And when the Prince introduces her to the former American President…

Proposed cast: Anna Friel (Linda)

LINDA is a call girl, a businesswoman and an independent spirit.  Presidents fall in love with her, though she’s not that interested, and she winds up in the Oval Office advising one of them.

Proposed cast: Duncan Skinner (Barry)

BARRY is the American  junior executive who’s in love with her.  He will do anything to have her, and ultimately kills for her, which finally gets her attention.

Proposed cast: Guy Ingle ("the Prince")
Proposed cast: Wendy Ellis ("the Duchess")
Proposed cast: Timothy Watters ("the former President")
Proposed cast: Teresa Barnwell ("the former Secretary of State")
Proposed cast: Gerardo Puisseaux ("the recent President")
Proposed cast: John Di Domenico ("the President")
Pretentious Pictures presents a dry comedy.
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  1. Brings back memories of infamous Brit call girl Christine Keeler, someone I haven't thought about since the 60's. She even resembles Anna Friel This sounds like art imitating life, but updated with less tittering (as I remember my parents' reaction to Keeler's story on the news) and MacLean's sense of fun and wit. Hopefully it will find its funding.

    1. Thank you, Max. Glad you're still around! Haven't heard from you lately.