On this happy day of Yom Kippur, I was pleased to see that the Hebrew prophecy involved no traffic on the way to work and not gender confusion.
"Dear Mr. Empress:
Imagine you're a Los Angeles psychiatrist called on to evaluate four elderly women committed to a privately funded mental institution. You arrive at the institution only to discover you've become the focus of an ancient Hebrew prophecy and that the four patients are not elderly ladies at all. Instead, you're introduced to four young women, in their late teens and early twenties, who have been confined to their cells for the past sixty years.
That's the dilemma faced by the main character in my screenplay. Her shock quickly turns to terror as she struggles to maintain her sanity in a world where childhood nightmares take on new meaning and reality gives way to the surreal landscape of madness.
My script represents a dramatic opportunity for a strong female lead and opens the way for a cinematic array of stunning visual sequences."