An aspiring video games actor must save the life of a young actress with whom he is smitten when her jealous producer husband attempts to kill her within a game in order to claim her life insurance policy.

Dream Factory

SDMann Penpusher Asked on August 9, 2013 in Public.
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Hi, not sure if it’s just me but the way this reads it sounds like a woman is being set up to die in a video game, rather than in real life. Maybe it’s just the wording. Call me crazy but I don’t thinking insurance agencies pay out on virtual deaths 🙂 Maybe word it differently, assuming the intent is she dies for real.

wilsondownunder Default Reviewed on August 9, 2013.
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