In my vision, Ultimat Fuga is a colorful, pure genre adventure drama. While it will feature its fair share of action-like sequences, it's the characters and the world around them that we'll fall in love with. Our window into this new world? Jonah. It's from his perspective the story will unfold. Throughout the film, we'll strive to achieve that timeless quality that many of the best works out there have doubled down on.


In broad strokes, the first half of the film will be relatively light in tone and have a strong "feel-good" vibe to it. This part of the film will be all about exploration, finding love, and living life to the fullest. To enhance this, the cinematography will be energetic, colorful, and constantly on the move. From the midpoint and forward, as our investigative element of the story surfaces and the world closes in on Jonah, the tone will somber and turn significantly darker. The second half of the film will be more about consequences, responsibility, and "the other side of the coin". To play into this, I imagine the cinematography turning a bit bolder, claustrophobic, and more observational. As the film in its entirety spans over roughly 25 years, we aim to end on an epic and nostalgic note.

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On vacation in Thailand, Richard sets out for an island rumored to be a solitary beach paradise. Once there, he's introduced to a community of backpackers who're prepared to do anything to keep their hideaway from the rest of the world.

Director by: Danny Boyle

© 20th Century Fox

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In search for his true self, top student and athlete Christopher McCandless abandons his possessions, gives his entire $24,000 savings account to charity and hitchhikes to Alaska to live in the wilderness.

Director by: Sean Penn

© Paramount Vantage

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A social outsider who owns a surf shop in Venice recruits local boys to form a skateboarding team called the "Z-Boys". Together, they turn the sport into something much larger than itself — a worldwide subculture with its own norms and values.

Director by: Catherine Hardwicke

© Sony Pictures

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