Multi Dimension Independent Film Festival

THE MEETING HOUSE

Writer: Sophie Neville

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THE MEETING HOUSE

An inspirational tale of friends pulled apart by war based on the true story of an African serviceman who became a POW to the Japanese but was returned to the woman he loved before America bombed Tokyo in WWII.
Writer: Sophie Neville
In the depths of the Amazon rainforest, a powerful anaconda named Kaa reigns as the guardian of the jungle. His emerald scales glisten under the sunlight, and his golden eyes hold the wisdom of ages past. When a group of poachers threatens the harmony of the forest, Kaa springs into action to protect his home and its inhabitants. With a display of strength and wisdom, he teaches the poachers the importance of respecting nature and the interconnectedness of all living beings. Through his actions, Kaa becomes a legendary figure, revered by all who call the Amazon their home, and his legacy serves as a reminder of the power of unity and compassion in the face of adversity. As the days pass, Kaa’s legend spreads far beyond the boundaries of the Amazon. Tales of his bravery and wisdom travel across continents, inspiring people to reconsider their relationship with the natural world. Conservationists invoke his name in their efforts to protect endangered species, and children listen wide-eyed to stories of the mighty anaconda who stood against injustice. Kaa’s presence lingers in the hearts of all who hear his tale, a timeless reminder that every creature, no matter how small, plays a vital role in the delicate tapestry of life. And as the sun sets over the rainforest, casting a golden glow upon the lush landscape, Kaa watches over his domain with quiet pride, knowing that his legacy will endure for generations to come.