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In Response To An Article On The Cruelties in World War II Against The Catholics Written by Cheryl Freier


Posted by cheryl - May 8th, 2016

Even though I was fortunate to have been born in America, I am still of an age where I was affected by the cruelties that went on during the war. I married a Holocaust survivor from Nazi Slovakia. He was ten years older than me. He had a wisdom within himself that was special. He had seen more tragedy and heartbreaking events in the period of the war as a young boy. He managed to forget all of this. He turned his thoughts to goodness and he was always that way. My husband died suddenly of pancreatic cancer in January of 2006. Since that time, I have managed to publish six novels, which tell the story of what he went through and speak of his willingness to survive and his undying faith in G-d. Author House is my publisher. I wish to share with you the first page of the Hollywood Treatment Screenplay, which was written on the first novel, The Grayling Hidden Truth Poems. The grayling was a fish that swims in the waters of the lakes in the woods in Slovakia. The grayling was the famly’s source of food while hiding in the woods www.thegraylinghiddentruthpoems.com. Another novel, Anna’s Christmas tells the story of how Christians delivered food to the starving people in the woods during the last winter of the war in December of 1944. Cheryl Freier, author of these novels in memoriam to Martin Freier
Author House Hollywood Treatment Screenplay of the novel on the Holocaust The Grayling Hidden Truth Poems by Cheryl Freier
First Page Date 3-9-12
Title: The Grayling
Author: Cheryl Freier
Treatment By: Sean M. Dunne
Mission Statement:
The Grayling is the heart-wrenching story of one family’s struggle to survive in the Czechoslovakian wilderness while being sought out for extermination by the Nazis during World War Two. The easily identifiable characters and the dangers they face while fighting to survive make this a film that audiences or all ages and backgrounds will be drawn to. The story seamlessly blends s romance and humor with fast-paced action and tense thrill sequences to bring the viewer a glimpse or what it must have been like during one or the darkest times in human history.
The small cast and intimate settings are what set this World War Two tale apart from so many others. Instead of offering the viewer a large sweeping view of the conflict, The Grayling gives the reader a more poignant look at what it was like for the individual, rather than the masses to face the horrors of the relentless Nazi war machine.
The film story blends Cheryl Freier’s narrative with the mood of Martin Freier’s poetry to bring a unique perspective to a widely explored and heavily produced subject matter.
Logline:
A Jewish family struggles to survive in the forests outside or their Czechoslovakian village adfter escaping the clutches of the Nazi war machine. Their determination, resourcefulness and love for each other are all they have to defend against the threats of both man and nature as rthey ride out the horror trha5t was the Second World War.

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