THE BOTTLES TREATMENT
Diamonds of the King of France were stolen during the Bastille Day in 1789 by an American Adventurer Jewel thief, Leo Saint Germain. He became the hero of the folktale “the Bastille Day Heist”, for helping the revolution with most of the diamonds that he stole. He implanted the rest into the wine bottles that he blew himself for safekeeping for the future of his family and no one knows of their existence. With his unexpected death, he left those diamond bottles as a treasure to be found, which in the present times, could save his one-time famous winemaker family from extinction.
A great-great-grandson of the jewel thief, an American investigative journalist BOB, who was searching for his roots to fill the void created by the loss of his parents in his early childhood, just found his family. They are in dire financial problems and he decided to help. In the process of figuring out how to help them, he discovers the existence of the diamond bottles, as well as their accidental sales to the rich and famous wine collectors, which luckily, they can keep track of.
Now that the family‘s survival is depending on finding those diamond bottles, all they have to do is to get invited to the exclusive events of those who have ‘the diamond bottles’ and find the way to their cellars and steal them back. Bob, who is responsible for giving his family hope of survival, is willing to give up his principles for them to succeed, in addition to him dealing with his tormented feelings caused by not knowing if they will ever be successful or not.
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TV SERIES / FEATURE MOVIE
(The Bastille Day Heist)
Comedy . Drama . Thriller
A one-time-famous winemaker family full of odd and colorful characters are trying to save themselves from extinction by finding and stealing back the diamonds that their great-great-grandfather stole from the King of France in 1789 for the future of his family that he implanted into wine bottles which he blew himself to be their famous family label "St. Germain" that no one knew about and mistakenly sold to the rich and famous families and wine collectors over time.