Look the Other Way
By: Michael Joshua
About the Book
Look the Other Way is a passion project between native Michigan screenwriters Michael Mohan Joshua and Patrick Foley over a three-month period in 2003. Over the years, Joshua has kept editing the story into what it is today, a snapshot of modern society. Daily news of sexual assault is prevalent throughout society. No longer can we as a global community look the other way. Through education and communication, citizens can change the norms of “bad behavior.”
About the Author
Michael Mohan Joshua has written several other works of fiction and poetry including:
Life of a Photographer, a novella
Walking and Thinking in Manhattan, a book of poems
Rambling and Other Thoughts: A Collection of Modern Poetry
With Nobody, Joshua’s debut screenplay which was produced into a feature film
Joshua is greatly influenced by Jack Keroac, Allen Ginsberg, and the entire beat generation. He has tried to live by the spirits of the beats!
Joshua is planning to direct this screenplay into a motion picture soon.
(2018, Paperback , 162 pages)
“Overall, the screenplay tackles the severity of sexual assault in an unflinching way, and it does a particularly good job of showing how quickly some men will try to laugh off or cover up terrible crimes of their peers…” Kirkus Reviews