Peter Tassi

Peter Tassi

Author, Screenwriter, Playwright, Mission Worker

Author, Screenwriter, Playwright, Mission Worker

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In Production:

The Last Fight: Indian & Italian Friends Battle For Championship Fame & Glory
Two Friends, One Dream


Story and Screenplay by Peter Tassi and Moe

The Last fight is the story of a profound friendship between two young men who share the same passion and dream. They are called to the ultimate challenge to choose between the love for their dream or each other. Their integrity and character are called into battle against the skeletons of their lives.

To gain his freedom from a slave labour camp in India and the abuses he endures, Raga escapes on a boat of refugees headed for America. In America he is the victim of abuse and discrimination but finds a true friend in Vinny who rescues him from a group of racist bullies.

Vinny is a rough Italian kid living a mischievous and sometimes reckless life, always struggling to live up to his father's expectations. His father is a former boxer and member of the mafia, attempting to live out his unfulfilled dreams through his sons boxing. He dominates Vinny's life with an abusive force, pushing him to his limits wanting him to become the champion he never was.




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