PLEASE EXCUSE MY DEAR AUNT SALLY
After Clark Plumley accidentally kills and robs his high school bully of a new drug, he and his friends decide to become drug dealers so they can afford to leave their depressive home town, but as the drug slowly degenerates the town into a hedonistic hell hole, the disgruntled local drug lord (and president of the PTA), gradually tracks the boys down.
Will recently earned his BFA in Dramatic Writing from the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU. Hailing from the magical land of crabs and politics known as the greater DC area, Will is an excitable aspiring screenwriter obsessed with telling the stories that will make millions look up at the big screen and say “yeah that was pretty good I guess.” Coming from a family that could be more accurately described as a mash-up, Will is excited to take his unique experiences and translate them into captivating new stories. Wanna know a secret? Will’s writing this. That’s right; it’s me. I couldn’t stand lying to you any longer. I’m sorry. I feel like a fraud. I am a fraud.