E-den has been sold in Germany, Spain, and Poland.
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E-den depicts a future where a nefarious electronic drug is leaving teens in a coma all over Europe. A code red alert goes off when Mel, the teenage daughter of a famous politician is found unconscious after injecting a dose of the drug. The case is given to top Federal Agent Serge Poiret at the Bureau of Investigation. Serge must cut short his vacation with his fifteen year old son Goran to investigate. At the scene, the boy catches a glimpse of the beautiful Mel and is transfixed. His father sets out across Europe and all the way to Russia in pursuit of leads. Whilst at home in Paris Goran begins a parallel quest of his own. He must be with Mel at all costs, even if it means succumbing to the charms of the electronic drug, E-den. He steals and lies to get hold of a dose and then enters the virtual world the drug offers. He finds Mel and in her company allows himself to be seduced by the utopia. But when the two realize they cannot leave, they begin their escape out of E-den with the virtual world closing in around them.
Told in alternate voices, this is a suspenseful and imaginative father-son tale of intergenerational disconnect, and the dangers of drug abuse.