Pebble Beach is a unique spot—less flashy than, say, Montecito, not as many bold-face names, appealing more to the discreet powers that employ the bold-faced crowd, attractive also to families with last names recognizable as name-brand consumer items—in short, an understated place where the most flaunted status symbol is not the private jet but the proudly displayed doggy poop bag.
North San Diego County...a gifted pianist...a beautiful violinist...a multi million-dollar land deal. Here is a Audio Movie story of intrigue, mystery, and murder in the comic-noir tradition. What is an Audio Movie? It's an image-rich listening experience - a combination of narration, full-cast dialogue, music, and layered sound design created specifically for audio. Call it cinema for the mind.
"Not very good"
Willie Talburt, a talented but down-and-out screenwriter, thinks his luck is changing when he snatches $300 off a drunk's shoes at a legendary West Hollywood bistro and then meets exotic Veronica Blainewell. He would do anything to see his name on one of the giant billboards that loom high over the Sunset Strip, and she offers him the chance. But the deal and the dame don't turn out to be as sweet as Willie's dreams.
That's when he finds himself in Dadaville, an eccentric postmodern utopia not marked on any map. In Dadaville, the characters are as kookie as they are decent, and their culture of controlled creative chaos is balanced by a negligible crime rate. Trent feels right at home, but there is trouble in paradise, and the girl of his dreams is right in the middle of it. Can Trent save his girl and his town from the stranglehold of the sinister World Corp, whose logo is a globe pierced by a screw?