Carrion

Carrion is the title of the screenplay I am currently reworking. I used it specifically because of it’s meaning and etymology.

Car·ri·on.
1. From the Anglo-French caroine. Ultimately from the Latin carō. Meaning flesh.
2. Dead and rotting flesh.
3. Something rotten or repulsive.

I am specifically drawn to the word as something rotten or repulsive. It has an ambiguity that can be attached to either side of the war on drugs.

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