Jovani “Joe” Gallo and Salvatore “Sal” Conti are mafia hit-men on the lam in 1935 after a contract hit. They travel to San Sébaco, Nicaragua, a remote village, where Joe often goes to relax with a girlfriend, Rosa. While there, Father Ortega, the village priest, contracts the pneumonic plague from, becomes sick, and exposes many villagers during communion at Mass. When Maria, Rosa’s sister, falls ill, Joe recognizes the disease and organizes the village to limit its spread until help arrives.
Other than this I'd like to know the target audience of this script? I mean, not gritty and violent enough to get the audience of Sicario or ZeroZeroZero, and not soft and dramatic enough to get the female audience. Food for tought.