An unjustly charged lawyer escapes from a crashed prison plane, is chased by a murderer as she naively tries to prove her innocence, before a deadly confrontation with the man who framed her – her husband.

Flight to South Cove

Leon Davis Logliner Asked on August 27, 2014 in Public.
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“When her plane crashes, a lawyer wrongfully accused of murder, must escape from her vengeful husband who framed her while figuring out how to prove her innocence.”

Richiev Singularity Reviewed on August 27, 2014.
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Except that if she’s only been accused, why would she be transported anywhere? Wouldn’t she be locked up in jail, pending the outcome of her trial?

And wouldn’t the inciting incident be her being accused (or tried)– not the plane crash? As in the movie “The Fugitive” with the bus crash, the plane crash would be an end of Act 1 lucky reversal that gives her chance to break free to find the real culprit, prove her innocence.

dpg Singularity Reviewed on August 28, 2014.
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I didn’t read that it was a prisoner transport, just that she was on a plane that goes down.

Once on the ground she is chased by her husband and she must escape.

In my attempt “while figuring out how to prove her innocence.” could probably be dropped since this is about her in the wilderness escaping from her husband.

When her plane crashes, a lawyer wrongfully accused of murder, must escape from her vengeful husband who framed her.”

Richiev Singularity Reviewed on August 28, 2014.
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Thanks for your time. I will use you suggestion.

Default Reviewed on August 28, 2014.
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Thanks for your thoughts,
She is in custody being transported for hearing.
The inciting incident is her arrest. The plane crash is toward the end of act 1.
I am new at this but learning.

Default Reviewed on August 28, 2014.
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