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"Log Line: A family lawyer at the end of his rope finds redemption in a vendetta against corrupt social workers who have taken away a struggling scientist's children.
The Pitch: Things haven't been going well for an attorney. Tricked out of his share of a law firm, dumped by his spoiled, ex-model girlfriend, and divested of his Mercedes by vandals, he's lost his Mom to a stroke and his life savings to a scam artist. The only bright spot in his life is a spirited beauty who runs the daycare center next to his home. Whereas before he was a downright selfish asshole who earned respect for his former riches, he now finds himself on a quest for love. He fantasizes about his neighbor, but she won't give him the time of day. She's obsessed with one of her clients, whose two kids have been taken away by an overzealous Illinois Department of Children and Family Services Officer. This widowed, out-of-work programmer, is wrongly accused of abusing his two kids, a 10-year-old girl and a boy toddler. To show the court he's responsible, he may have to abandon his dream of building an antigravity device. The lawyer becomes the programmer's benefactor in an effort to get in the day care owner's good graces, but his luck only gets worse and worse. The lawyer asks his neighbor in vain to move in with him. Fed up with Chicago, he decides to move back to his quiet life in Arkansas. In a turnpike collision, that he caused on his way to the airport, she risks her life to save his, which he never would have dreamed of. For the very first time in his life, he feels loved. In a last-ditch attempt to redeem himself, he helps the programmer to get his kids back."