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HITMAN IN DELHI is a screenplay by Sean Rooney, inspired by a short story entitled ‘Supari’, which is the companion volume to this book, also published by ‘HcT! Press.
An indispensable resource for the emerging screenwriter, this script can stand on its own as a textbook for how a work of fiction can be transformed into a film property.
The book includes an afterword by SMoss, who wrote the original short story in 2008.