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Trailer Park Logline
A wrong turn into a trailer park leads to romance.
Trailer Park Sinapsis
Steve Johnson, a San Francisco architect, and recent widower in his early forties or fifties, is laid off from his upscale job due to the recession.
He decides to sell his house and take off in a trailer for a deserved break. His realtor, Toni Ribecki, is a successful and driven yuppie in spike heels. Toni sells Steve's house in record time to a rich computer dweeb, and his furniture to an Iranian rug dealing couple.
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A nostalgic drive-by to his old house produces more insults - in his mail there is a lawsuit from Toni, the yuppie realtor, and a piddling check from the Iranians, as Steve's aggressive daughter-in-law has picked up most of his furniture.
Steve discovers the old rule that you can't always go back home. Realizing that, he returns to the trailer park, where Katie shows up unexpectedly with a casserole, a kiss, and a feel-good happy ending.
Trailer Park WGAE Registration: VPEA3D2C83EF, Copyright 2011
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