In this crazy world, it’s good to know that a secret team of not-so-angelic angels walk among us.
The Fallen are a questionable mix of ex-humans who agreed to deathbed deal. They joined an invisible, elite, MI5'esque Crime Unit, surfing midway between heaven and hell. They track trace criminals, dish out karma, and protect our planet.
However, they don’t like rules, carry out private missions, have sex in the skies, and kill more than they save, which is not a good look for an Angel.
Spies stir the nest, complaints are made, bosses aren't happy, and their days are numbered. It's not easy being the good guys, they're going to have to get better at not getting caught!
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The Deal is in Film Development as supernatural rom thriller Evil's Match.
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She was minding her own business in a job that bored her and a love life that sucked, when she mysteriously fell to her death under a rush-hour commuter train.
Awaking in the afterlife, she found herself invisible, surfing the skies, with a few superpowers, working for an elite crime unit, in a job she loved with a partner she had the hots for.
Coupled with her disregard for rules, and a private hit list of humans to inflict harm on, what could possibly go wrong?
The Fallen and Witnesses barely tolerate each other, but their karmic system has worked for multi-millennia, so they try to get along.
The deal is that when humans die, the sum of their good and bad deeds dictates where they go next, above ground to the Fallen or below ground to the Witnesses... you dont want to go below, it's hell!
The Witnesses play dirty to increase their numbers. The Fallen are supposed to be angelic and play fair.
But when in Rome... and so it starts!
The Fallen had questions.
If criminals didn't play by the rules then why the hell should they?
Was it ok to settle a few private scores from when they were human?
Was it ok to take a break from fighting Witnesses and have a game of footie (aka Boxing Day, WWI)?
Was it ok to swear, drink, and have sex in the skies, or would they be struck by lightening?
Was it ok to have a few human units on the ground, to help with the workload?
Was it ok to kill a few, whilst saving a few?
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