The Pedestrian (2008)
In the near future, the writer Leonard Mead is a man broken by the death of his wife. He walks every night to visit with her at her graveside. However, the society in which he lives is controlled, fearful and television-obsessed. Walking after dark is strictly prohibited. On this night, Mead is forced to face the consequence of his 'crime' as the authorities chase him to an exciting climax.- Written by Chard Hayward
In the precursor to Fahrenheit 451, before Guy met Clarisse, Ray Bradbury took him out walking as Leonard Mead. He faces disastrous consequences.- Written by Chard Hayward
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