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The Black Rose

It's France, 1650. A young woman embarks upon an epic quest for vengeance during the Fronde



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France 1650. Julie de Vaudreuil pulls down the black mask and pulls up a green silk kerchief to hide the lower half of her face. The coach creaks almost to a halt at the crest of the rise, the horse sweating after the steep hill. As the driver draws back his whip to urge them onward, Julie draws her pistol and walks her horse forward. "Stand and deliver!". When Julie becomes a highway robber, she tests her beloved's ardour. But she continues for ohter reasons related to the claims that her father has committed treason and to her father's execution

Submitted: August 16, 2019
Last Updated: December 8, 2020

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The Writer: Gino Salvi

Gino Salvi, screenwriter, is a timeless and ageless author. Therefore, I will not tell you his personal details about him, but I will tell you about his scripts. Gino Salvi is a screewriter, a writer and historical essayist. Born and lives in Genoa. Its roots are combined with the cinematographic passion of the family of Gino Salvi, whose father, Luigi, was one of the members of the cine - amateur club, whose headquarters were at the Mondadori bookshop, then located in via Carducci. Gino Salvi is therefore passionate about cinema since he was a child. At first he begins to admire the classic animated films, produced by Walt Disney ("Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs", "Cinderella", "Peter Pan... Go to bio

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