BLOODY SOCIAL - NIGHTMARE IN PALM BEACH
Welcome to Palm Beach, Florida, the decadent gorgeous seaside winter playground for the super-rich with more billionaires in town than anywhere in the world. A pristinely beautiful barrier reef island, Palm Beach is the costliest four miles of real estate in the world! A town with endless extravagant parties during the “season”, with priceless oceanfront mansions, enormous yachts, private jets, exclusive private social clubs with long running controversial reputations that restrict admittance. World class dining and shopping on the island with one of the finest hotels in the world of old unrivaled elegance on the sea.
The lasting charm of Palm Beach is the ability to be both past and present at the same time. Enchanting gorgeous villas throughout the island, made with great European style and Spanish influence. Now the town is home to a sitting president who created his own exclusive club known as Mar-A-Lago, the “Winter Whitehouse”.
Socially Palm Beach is known for weekly black tie charity parties and balls, unusual marriages, bitter divorce battles, drinking, drugs and life in excess, giving some early deaths. Mainly, populated by high society, the idle rich, above the law, where the biggest job is keeping up appearances, with governing rules of etiquette, snobbery, bigotry, old racist club rules, and wanna be’s endless social climbing. It’s the “old guard” vs. “new guard “all fighting for their pecking order. They say on the island; “Nuevo Riche” is better than no “Riche” at all.
Real royalty mixes with faux, ambitious hostesses run big charity events elevating their social position, powerful billionaires at play, gigolos and gold diggers after the grande dames after their inherited fortunes. Flamboyant party planners fight it out nightly trying to outdo each other with each big party. The private jets all lined up, on the private side of the airport, parked next to Air Force One bringing in the sitting USA President.
Cocaine social peddlers clandestinely gain control of glamorous, wealthy, aging matriarchs, and heiresses in search of eternal youth and erotic excitement their aging husbands can no longer provide. The elite have their own rules on this island. A convicted billionaire Palm Beach sex offender, who abused dozens of young underage teenage girls, gets a slap on the wrist!
Now, a major Palm Beach nightmare is about to unfold, they are not above the law, the black hearts, the white sandy beaches and the blue waters of the Atlantic are about to run blood red.
Here, Victoria Livingston, a prominent tobacco and steel heiress known as “The Queen of Palm Beach”, the Grande Dame, faces a terrifying conflict. Her socially acceptable, but long running marriage, to Jay Livingston Sr., based on her fortune and his social position is finished. She battles against the demands of her new love, an erotic, enslaving handsome Latin stud, Pablo Pusero. He is a Colombian, cocaine dealing, wheeler dealer, social climbing hustler, a Pablo Escobar wannabe, now seeking a desperate heiress. He landed Victoria, seducing her with his good looks, charm and diabolical mix of passionate sex, and drugs, “the marching powder of PB”.
The nightmare opens out in the Atlantic Ocean, in the inky blue Gulfstream, aboard the fishing yacht, “BITE ME “where Jay Livingston Sr. and his son Jason Livingston Jr., “JJ”, finally share some close father-son time. Jason hooks a record sized huge Blue Marlin fish, in the rough white-capped seas, with a fierce battle ensuing to reel it in. This struggle between Jason and the great fish is a deep father son bonding moment that sets the foundation for the Palm Beach nightmare to unfold.
After nearly thirty years of marriage, how does Victoria now rid her life of her second husband, Jay Livingston, Sr., without a costly scandalous divorce? According to her lawyer, and her bon vivant polo playing money manager, Robert Silver, the courts will obligate her to share at least half of her massive fortune with her husband. That would be out of the question for Victoria, a similar scenario that unfolded with her first husband, Winston, who met a sudden and untimely death on the polo field.
Pressured by her addictions and attachment to her lover, Pablo Pusero, Victoria makes a terrifying choice that will soon shock Palm Beach. The glamorous, aging, horny socialite in pursuit of eternal youth and erotic power chooses to kill her husband, Jay Sr. just like she did with her first husband. When the men in her life are no longer needed, they must die, so Victoria can move on with her life. Like others in the town, Victoria feels she is above the law and can write her own rules.
Her character is seen as a power hungry sensual lover and a dangerous venomous killer. A role that demonstrates her true diabolical power and her riveting dynamic character. One is fixated on her beauty and style while living in fear for what she could do next.
Upon returning early from the fishing trip out in the Atlantic Ocean, Jay Sr. and his son Jason, catch Victoria in the throes of passion with Pablo, in her tropical lush flower garden, abundant with the deadly Oleander flowers blowing in the warm humid ocean breeze. Jay’s best friend, his hunting dog and beloved pet, black Labrador, “Whiskey “retrieves her tossed panties, and delivers them to the feet of his master upon his return home. Whiskey knew something was wrong and leads them to the tryst in the garden. They become outraged!
The following day, Jay Sr., Jason, and Victoria and friends go on another “father –son “bonding event, a fancy pheasant shoot organized by the Latin Kings of Palm Beach. Pheasants are released from an elevated tower, and the hunters mercilessly blast them out of the sky as they fly fleeing for their life in all directions. In her blood, thirsty fury to get revenge on “Whiskey “she shoots the dog in a supposed accident, after slipping on a wet bank. In her fall, her 20-gauge side by side shotgun is accidentally discharged. “Take that you son of a bitch “she exclaimed! Whiskey was shot, and collapses. A tragic scene unfolds as they race to aid the fallen dog and then rush him off to the emergency vet clinic hoping to save his life.
Victoria has a lady’s lunch party, the following day, with her closest girlfriends Acanthis, Muffie, and Whitney at her fabulous home, “CASA OLEANDER “outside on the garden terrace. They love to gather and review the talk of the town. After lunch, she consults occult forces from her close friend Acanthis “Candy”, the love witch, the “bruja “, to invoke her special powers and to cast spells. In a powerful scene in her prized garden, filled with snakes, parrots, peacock, and poisonous Oleander flowers, Victoria participates in some spooky witchcraft with Candy. A scene of Palm Beach “witches in the garden “casting spells demonstrates their dark bizarre behavior.
The love which casts a spell on Jay Sr., and a love spell on Pablo, as they bury the “tail of dog” in the garden. Victoria wrongfully cut off the dogs tail earlier while at the vet clinic. The girls celebrate, chant, drink wine, and participate in witchcraft rituals that will haunt Victoria throughout the nightmare. The ghost of Whiskey shall haunt them through the nightmare as he is on the prowl seeking his tail, and revenge for his death and for the death of his master.
On FRIDAY, the 13th, Victoria has an ultimate “last supper lunch “in the garden at CASA OLEANDER with Jay Sr. and the corrupt family priest with a sordid reputation. A “Quier Royalle “, poisonous cocktail is served with bubbling champagne. A dark red liquor, Casis, bubbles up from the bottom of the glass crystal flute. Immediately after drinking, the killer cocktail, Jay Sr., begins choking. Rushed to his room, he convulses, foaming at the mouth, and painfully dies. A sad violent death in the luxurious setting of his master bedroom, in the elegant estate by the sea.
Victoria allows him to die, offers no assistance, as the corrupt priest swears to secrecy. He pockets a check, and immediately departs. Paramedics are called seven hours later, rare for a medical emergency, cardiac arrest. She wanted to make certain he would die.
Jason and Victoria’s gorgeous daughter, Electra connect at the funeral for Jay Sr. at the local seaside Episcopal stone church. The church is filled with hundreds of mourners with white lily flowers everywhere. Jason and Electra soon fall deeply in love as they share a common tragic bond of their murdered fathers by Victoria. Electra may have other motives in this union.
Following the death of Jay Sr., Victoria and Pablo depart for the South of France. They get married in the Cote D’Azur, in the quaint medieval village in the mountains of Eze located above Monte Carlo. A small wedding unfolds in a spectacular old church overlooking the Mediterranean Sea below. They spend their wedding night on a spectacular Yacht in the Monte Carlo harbor. Victoria has a horrific nightmare, as the ghost of Whiskey jumps on her bed holding the bleeding severed head of her late husband, Jay Sr.! A horrific shock, nightmare as she awakens screaming! Pablo of course laughs it off not all knowing that is a shadow of the real nightmare to come.
The newlyweds embark on a romantic get-a-way cruise along the coast of the South of France, for their honeymoon. People in Palm Beach find this a strange sequence of events after your husband of thirty years is found dead after lunch on Friday the 13th.
The newlyweds soon return home to Palm Beach, on their private Gulf Stream Jet, “G-5” and the BLOODY SOCIAL, Nightmare in Palm Beach begins….
Jason has been trying to make sense of his father’s sudden and mysterious death. He is devastated, and is consulting a private investigator searching for clues and information.
Victoria and Pablo settle in their Palm Beach mansion “CASA OLEANDER “.
She is quite jealous, angry her daughter Electra has fallen in love with her step son Jason. Perhaps she may have secretly been in love with him, but never admitted anything.
Electra made it known to her mother she had suspected her of killing her father. Electra never really could do anything about it but now she dreams Jason could be her savior and vigilante. How could she inspire Jason to kill her mother? A tough task at hand. Victoria knowing the two could be big trouble, particularly as new lovers, so without hesitation, she soon attempts to take the life of her daughter.
During a party aboard a lavish yacht, under the stars with loud fireworks, Electra is confronted by her mother who confronts her atop deck, and whacks her in the head with a champagne bottle, and shoves her overboard in the dark waters to drown. This is the final act that pushes Jason over the edge. After the yacht returns to the Palm Beach dock with Electra missing, he believes she is dead. Overwhelmed with grief, he snaps and goes to the dark side.
Jason is now a sympathetic vigilante serial killer. His love and father are dead at the bloodied hands of Victoria. He shall declare war on this society and all what it represents. Like a modern-day Hamlet, he is now a justifiable serial killer, blending in and hidden behind the walls of high society and will become their worst niughtmare.
Electra has seduced him to become the killer she could never be. The conspirators will meet their end and with each incident the evidence found at the scene of the crime implicates Pablo.
The Palm Beach community has no idea as to the identity of the serial killer and moves forward with all events during their heavy “social “season. The black-tie parties must go on, charity gala’s, golf, tennis, polo games and flamboyant lifestyles are in full swing, all indulging in their lives in total excess.
The Bloody Social journey of revenge embarks with the medical examiner who refused the autopsy for Jay Sr. when one was required by law under all state and federal statutes. Jason jumps on a tractor with circular fairway mower and mulches over him on the 13th green at the Evergreen Club and then sends the tractor to crash into the clubhouse engulfing in flames while then continuing unnoticed on his morning run.
The other key conspirators, include the lawyer, the money manager hedge funder, and the love witch “bruja”.
While the Palm Beach bloody nightmare is unfolding, Victoria’s new husband frequents the local high end strip club, The Moulin Rouge, where he soon falls in love with gorgeous Russian stripper, Natasha. She smells money, and soon seduces him with all her powerful sexual energy and passion. Carlos soon falls in love with Natasha.
A thrilling conclusion of the nightmare will occur at Victoria’s Friday the 13th costume ball held at her mansion CASA OLEANDER celebrating her new marriage. She
thought it would be unique and dynamic to have the ball on that special date. A large crowd will arrive all dressed in wild costumes to celebrate. The event is intended to surpass all Palm Beach galas and parties. Victoria is dressed as an angel, in white, with a diamond tiara on her head like a Queen. Her three girlfriends, Muffie, Whitney, and Acanthis arrive in costume as the three “Fates “of life and destiny.
Hamlet-like in his pursuit of justice, Jason will gain closure for the loss of his father. The ghost of his father’s dog Whiskey shall haunt Victoria throughout the nightmare until he gets his ultimate revenge.
The love witch, Acanthis, “Candy” will meet her near end as the guard dog, from the vet clinic, attacks her at the party biting her fiercely, dragging her in the bushes. However, the bruja excercises her powers, and shall survive the assault.
Victoria organized a special effect, where she’d be hoisted up above the crowd. Like an act in the Vegas show Cirque de Soleil , she planned to deliver a toast to her guests gathered below. Symbolically Victoria is above everyone else, dressed as an angel in white. Prior to her final act, Jason confronts her face to face and plunges a knife deep into her heart repeatedly releasing his violent rage!
She is then hoisted up, with a communion of blood spewing on the guests dancing below. Victoria is dead, with her head slumped to the side. She met her final fate in grand style for all her guests to see. The crowd of course think it’s just an extravagant Vegas style stunt, with fake blood spraying downwards to shock all present. The music stops. This was no act; a real murder and Victoria is dead. Pandemonium sets in, partygoers panic and flee in all directions.
When Pablo arrives to the scene, Victoria is lowered and is lifeless covered in her own blood. The murder weapon is discreetly slipped into Pablo’s coat pocket as all attention was focused on Victoria. Jason disappears in the melee. The murder weapon is soon found by authorities, in the possession of Pablo, therefore he is charged with this crime. There is a motive now, supporting the claim, against Pablo. Natasha, desperate for her own freedom, acts as a supporting witness against Pablo who is facing first degree murder charges.
Just as the Shakespearean hero Hamlet, identified with death, so too does Jason who identifies himself as a good-natured vigilante in nhigh society serving a deadly mission of revenge.
In the three decades long running blockbuster Friday the 13th horror film series the main character “Jason” was getting revenge for the death of “Mommy”. Now, in this dramatic Palm Beach nightmare thriller, contemporary expose’, “Bloody Social” Jason, shall get revenge for the death of his “Daddy”.
Jason accepts his fate as a unique, gentlemen, athlete, polo playing, serial killer, who blends in among the socialites. He has become a sympathetic vigilante in high society in their dark racist world where think they are above the law. They will soon learn they are dead wrong.
Fair justice is served as the conspirators and black widow are killed with mercenary corrupt husband Pablo being found guilty for the crimes.
In BLOODY SOCIAL, revenge is the main dish, and it is served cold.
This multi-dimensional film is a modern contemporary extension of a heroic tragedy. Popular audiences will identify with the theme of greed gone wrong, in high society within the prejudiced wealthy privileged elite. The timing is perfect, quite relevant to the mood of the country, with the nightmare taking place in the backyard of a controversial sitting president in Palm Beach.
The “set up “of the story has been based on true facts. The “confrontation “that ensues is just the nightmare of writer Warrington Gillette in Palm Beach, inspired by the sudden and mysterious death of his own father in real life on Friday the 13th. All names have been changed as it’s only a nightmare. The “resolution” shall open the possibilities for a continuing series of the sympathetic high society vigilante, “JASON”.