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Posted: November 12th, 2017, 6:57pm Report to Moderator
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A Different Love by Fausto Luicignani - Short, Romance  - A unique, natural black rose imperils the love relationship of two women.  8 pages - pdf, format

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Wonderful story. Too bad for a short film script! There you can make more out of it. However, I miss the turning points in the story. The "up" and "down", which makes a story really interesting, and as a viewer with the characters cheered. Three turning points should already be in there, I think (in a short film script).
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