The book “Small Town, Big City: When Time Stood Still” by Jeff A. Lopez was given a Hollywood-style script, and if made into a film with the points raised in mind, it will be well positioned to succeed in the film industry. Because there are many opportunities to develop the plot and add new twists, the story has a great deal of potential to be turned into a captivating TV series.
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Jeff A. Lopez, author of “Small Town, Big City: When Time Stood Still,” grew up in Union City, California, a small town back in the late 1950s. Before moving to Concord, California, in 1972 to attend De La Salle High School, he had the privilege of sitting down with such artists as Dion DeNucci, Little Richard, Little Willie G (Willie Garcia), and a personal favorite, Emilio Castillo, founder of Tower of Power, and Freddy Stone (Steward), founding member of Sly and The Family Stone. All of which gave Jeff the aspiration to love music and become a musician, a Gospel concert promoter, and the founder of Gospel Soul Festival.
The story of “Small Town, Big City: When Time Stood Still” follows a wide cast of characters, including families, friends, and law enforcement officers, as they cope with the aftermath of the shooting and seek to find the truth behind the violence. Amidst grief, fear, and anger, various relationships are tested, and individuals try to find solace and closure in their ways.
The book transmits the idea directly to the audience, as they can relate to the characters. The adaptation would further build on this by using more showing rather than telling.
This story has great potential to be made into an engaging and profitable movie. It is a promising candidate for transformation into a television series because it provides lots of room for imaginative exploration and the addition of intriguing plot twists.
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