A World War II Liberator’s daughter honors his legacy by battling disabilities, discrimination, and hate in her journey from homeless to repairing our broken world.
A 6-part TV Series
(c) 2022…Deborah Levine Enterprises LLC
21 FILM FESTIVAL AWARDS
The Liberator’s Daughter, is a Winner at 21 film festivals including:
1) WRPN Women’s International Film Festival, 2) Hollywood Blvd Film Festival, 3) Cineplay International, 4) Dallas Shorts, 5) ndiefare International, 6) Airflix Film, 7) Multi Dimension International, 8) Bright International, 9) EdiPlay International, 10) Magic Silver Screen Festival,11) Medudsa Film Festival, 12) Movie Play International, 13) Red Moon Film Festival, 14) Krimson Horyzon, 15) Cult Movies Festival, 16) Crown International, 17) Swedish International, 18) NYC International Film Festival, 19) London New Wave Cinema Awards, 20) Indie Cine Tube Awards, 21) 4th Dimension Independent film Festival.
– It’s also a Finalist at 3 film festivals: Delta International, Filmfest International, Blackboard International, + Honorable Mention at 1) Critic’s Choice International, 2) The Filmmaker’s Space Film Festival
-(Note: the number was recently updated to 23 film festivals)
Pilot Summary: ADRIFT Part A
This story of overcoming adversity features a young woman adrift in New York City. She experiences hate and bullying like so many immigrants and wants to return home to Bermuda. Her father, a World War II military intelligence officer, wants the family to experience a Jewish community. Although her fragile health is at risk in America, Deborah uses her genius IQ to attend Radcliffe/Harvard University. Always outspoken, she challenges the university’s status quo while pursuing studies at Harvard Divinity School and in Folklore and Mythology.
Midway through college, she returns home, her body racked with mysterious inflammation. Like so many young women suffering similarly, Deborah is told it’s all in her head and is sent to a psychiatric hospital. Determination drives her back to Harvard, but insufficiently recovered, she again goes home, completing her degree in NYC.
Deborah’s parents are disappointed and insist that she not be a financial burden. Pressured to quickly get a job after graduation, she becomes a file clerk in Manhattan’s Garment District. Experiencing sexual harassment, she joins the first Women’s Liberation March and reconnects with girl friends.
Deborah finally gets promoted to secretary only to find out that her parents are relocating to Cincinnati for her father’s job. With no resources of her own, she has to leave with her parents for an unknown future in the Midwest. Discouraged, she almost gives up. But inspired by her friends, she prays for a future of fame and power.