The Price We Must Pay For Our Father’s Sins Story

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Part One and Part Two
“Death is the inevitable price we must pay for our father’s sins.”
These are the words of the son whose father is the head of a corrupt organization, where crime and acts of terror are committed against humanity; nobody crosses him and live to talk about it.
He is a man of great influence in society, well educated in criminal law, has wealth and power, and uses it all for evil means.
His family must pay the ultimate price for his evil behavior. Living in a free society, is not one his family can ever experience because of his sins.
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Jim Elliott is a man with power, charm, wealth and good looks, who uses all these things to hurt others. Priscilla Emerson and her family must pay for his corrupt behavior.

The Price We Must Pay For Our Father’s Sins is about Jim Elliott, his wife Priscilla, and their family. This story deals with money, power, sex and violence.

Priscilla is a college graduate student of law, who graduated with a 4.0 average and dreams of successful goals. She was filled with life and excitement, until on the day she became Mrs. Jim Elliott.

She did not know that her marriage to Jim Elliott would result in a price she and her family would have to pay. Priscilla and many others were deceived by Jim Elliott’s extraordinary good looks, intelligence and charm. He was famous for showing the world a sensitive and caring man, but Priscilla soon sees the true Jim Elliott, on their wedding night. He is someone who she deeply loves, that is incapable of loving another human being. She realizes she is his prisoner and sexual slave.

Jim Elliott is a famous top expert in the field of Criminal Law, who heads the most corrupt organization in history. He has friends like himself worldwide, who kills and commit crimes without remorse. No one crosses Jim Elliott and live, he will not accept rejection. He is a man with great influence, wealth and power; can get the women he wants, to sleep with him, and do whatever he wants them to do. He and those in his organization believe in revenge, and they will get it one way or another. If it means blowing up buildings with children in them so be it. They have no sense of remorse. To them, killing is their business.

The home of Jim Elliott’s organization is on a luxurious ranch, with a large house resembling a castle in a secluded area of trees and shrubs, surrounding a lake, with lights of many colors reflecting their beauty on the water surface, as though dancing to the music being played by a large band. There are beautiful decorated tables of food, alcoholic beverages and drugs of choice. The people dance, gamble and flirt. This is the place where women dress seductively and every immoral act unimaginable is done.

Priscilla is a physical and psychological abused sexual slave in Jim Elliott’s organization, who will never be free. It is the price she and her family must pay. That price includes their two sons Josh and Tony, and her mother and father, Tom and June Emerson along with many others.

Jim Elliott taught his teenage sons the ways of his organization. When they became adults his sons hated each other, because of his influence over their life. He loved Josh because he was loyal to him, and followed in his footsteps. He hated Tony, because he disliked his corrupted behavior, and the way he treated Priscilla.

Tony made a vow to his mother, he would make his father and those in the organization pay for the crimes they committed, and the harm they did to innocent people. When he began working undercover as an informant against the organization, he was discovered.

Tony has crossed his brother Josh, and now he must face his arch enemy. Josh Elliott has placed a bounty on Tony’s head to have him killed for betraying the organization.
The Price We Must Pay For Our Father’s Sins
Official Selection for Best Screenplay 2013 at The Beverly Hills Film Festival

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