Nokosee: Rise of the New Seminole by D.C. Copeland | Script Revolution

Nokosee: Rise of the New Seminole

A teenage girl lost in the Everglades stumbles upon a modern day teenage Tarzan on a mission to start an eco war with the "Outside." Love blooms. People die. Based on the YA novel



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Because of her parent’s divorce, Stormy Jones, a blue-eyed Jersey girl with a pink spiked hairstyle to match her attitude, has to spend summers down in the Everglades with her father Sam Jones, the “Great White Park Ranger.” Thinking it might build character, Sam drags Stormy along with him to fight a fire and promptly loses her when it gets out of control. Alone and frightened, Stormy is helpless in the natural world until Nokosee stumbles upon her. He’s a seventeen-year-old Seminole Indian on a walkabout. Raised deep in the Everglades, Nokosee has never seen a white person before, much less one with “sky eyes and flamingo hair.” Built like a bronze Adonis with thick black hair falling straight down to his loincloth, brave and noble, he’s every adolescent girl’s dream date and deepest fear. After a series of amazing adventures and disturbing revelations (Nokosee's dad is warehousing stinger missiles in chickees throughout the Everglades), it’s only a matter of time before they fall in a mixed up all forgiving libido fueled love.

Too bad for them. The last thing Nokosee's dad wants is for his son to fall for an “Outsider.” Stormy’s father isn’t much better. Calling him dysfunctional is being too kind. Trying to love each other under these conditions sets into motion a grand adventure, a clash of cultures, mystery, betrayal and murder climaxing in a hasty love-making session and a moonlit airboat chase through a burning Everglades where Stormy saves Nokosee and fearlessly stares down Nokosee's equally dangerous dad who comes to rescue his son from the Outside. And Stormy. But when the helicopters come for her, Stormy breaks Nokosee's heart by abandoning him for the perks of civilization. Something she regrets immediately, setting up the sequel: "Stormy & Nokosee: Love & Bullets."

Submitted: May 12, 2017
Last Updated: June 18, 2022

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The Writer: D.C. Copeland

Hello, thanks for taking a look at who I am. Hopefully you aren't here because you were “misdirected,” that you want to find out more about just who this D.C. Copeland is after reading one of my loglines. I'm an artist, a muralist, and a writer whose canvases and stories are for the most part writ large across time and space. While in college at the University of Miami , I co-founded Ecology Action of Florida . That sense of saving the environment can be found in many of my works. While creating works of art and fiction, I supported myself and my family as the Warner Bros Pictures Florida Field Rep for Publicity and Promotion for nearly 20-years. During that time I got to know many... Go to bio

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