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Neanderthals Didn't go to Mars


A shy man invents time travel and hopes it will impress a co-worker he loves, but then agents from the future arrive with really good news and really bad news about the invention.


Comedy, Romance, Sci-Fi (Rated PG)
93-page feature screenplay
4-page synopsis
$25+ million budget
© 2012-2022


Welcome to the story of the origin and fate of Mankind!

Ever wonder why our cars run on noxious gas instead of clean electricity? Or who or what Bigfoot really is? What about those Elvis sightings? And especially: Why did we descend from Homo Sapiens instead of Neanderthals?

Well, those might be too many to go over in this little story, but it could be because of a bunch of time travellers who come and go to make sure that Humanity makes all the decisions it must, for better or worse, in order that we turn out exactly as we have.

And I haven't even gotten to the romance yet!

Actually, love is behind everything that goes right and wrong in this story, so if you'd like to view this brain-teasing, Pythonesque adventure, which may be enjoyed especially by fans of "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy", I look forward to sending it to you.

Major Characters/Casting Possibilities:

Sam, 30 years
Prof. Ellen Somalil, 50
Prof. Charles Whatsidid, 55:  John Cleese
Marl, 30, and Brakowski, 35
Frankly, 65:  Michael Palin


Accolades:

Bronze Award Winner (L.A. Sci-Fi & Horror Festival)

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