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Dark Music - an episode in the life of an artist

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A young musician sets out to win the love of a famous actress by composing a piece that depicts his dreams and fantasies — including her murder and his public execution. It’s Mick Jagger in 1830 Paris and the beginning of heavy metal ‘orchestral’
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  DARK MUSICWritten byWilliam E. DoyleBased on a true story8180 Manitoba St., Suite 343EPlaya del Rey, CA 90293310-210-1852 WGAw registered, 2016680  Love, a celestial flame, survives even in the tomb. It raises the stone and, by the angels blest, like a wave of light loses itself in the infinite. Romeo to Juliet  ~  FADE IN:EXT. STREETS OF PARIS - AFTERNOON - 3 FEBRUARY 1864A horse drawn carriage moves quickly through the foggy streets of Paris. A light rain is falling.INT. APARTMENT OF OLD HECTOR BERLIOZ - AFTERNOONWe HEAR a clock softly ticking. We SEE it is 12:06 PM. OLD HECTOR BERLIOZ, about 60 years old, enters his living room and sits in his chair. As he opens up his Journal , we HEAR him read aloud.OLD HECTOR BERLIOZ (V.O.)3 February 1864. What freezings I have felt, what dark days I have seen. My career is over - I compose no more music, I conduct no  more concerts. All I do is struggle with a relentless fatigue.EXT. STREETS OF PARIS - MOMENTS LATERThe carriage comes around a corner as the horses come to a full gallop. Snapping the reins, the CARRIAGE DRIVER is in a rush.INT. APARTMENT OF OLD HECTOR BERLIOZ - MOMENTS LATERHector continues to read aloud.OLD HECTOR BERLIOZ (V.O.)With this final entry, I shall have said enough - I will have left an accurate depiction of my life and times.Hector dips his pen into a jar of ink and begins to write in his Journal .EXT. A SMALL BUILDING - MOMENTS LATERThe carriage stops, the Carriage Driver climbs down, runs to the front of the building. Knocking on the door of #4 Rue de Calais, shakes the rain from his jacket and shivers. Standing in the mist and the light rain, he anxiously waits for someone to open the door.
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