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SYNOPSIS IN UNDER 200 WORDS

 

 

A group of environmentalists unwittingly reveal the cover up of oil pollution in the North Sea, with a protest, but the culprits, an MP, MI6 operative and Scotland Yard chief, frame them to hide their wrongdoing. Wrongfully imprisoned, with no right of appeal, the protestors vow to get their revenge with the help of a former smuggler, they meet in prison, who builds them a submersible to hijack a nuclear submarine.

The environmental extremists torpedo rigs in the North Sea to make their point, when the submarine develops reactor leaks from lack of servicing. An oceanographer who is called in to survey the oil pollution, detects the radioactive discharges and chases the sub to warn them, rescuing them from radiation poisoning and death, and MOD factions, who have put a kill order on them to sink evidence of their procurement fraud.

During the chase into the Atlantic, the oceanographer discovers a sunken
U-Boat, laden with Nazi WWII gold, under which is the remains of an ancient civilization, possibly Plato's Atlantis.

The ocean adventurer negotiates a finders fee for his crew and Blue Shield, and an amnesty for the environmental extremists, with the MOD and oil fraudsters arrested and charged.

 

 

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CHARACTERS | GOLD | MEDIA | MOVIES | SCREENPLAY | SUBMARINES

 

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UNDER 200 WORD SYNOPSIS - OPERATION NEPTUNE - A JOHN STORM OCEAN AND CLIMATE ADVENTURE - FEATURING THE LOST CITY OF ATLANTIS, NUCLEAR POWERED SUBMARINES AND NAZI GOLD