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SimplyScripts Screenwriting Discussion Board    One Week Challenge    The Quickie Challenge  ›  Numbers of the Beast - QC - Filmed! Moderators: MarkItZero
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Just watched the film. It looks great, very professional. Dark subject matter effectively evoked through sound design and visuals. The filmmakers clearly know what they're doing.

Plus, they were relatively faithful to your script. You should be proud.

Col.


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Managed to watch it on another comp. This is quality and a very interesting watch. Big congrats!
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Thanks for taking a look Col and Kham.

Appreciate the kind words.


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Well done on getting this produced, it looks fab!


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Thanks Mark.


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have just finished the script. Strange, but we both wrote a script about child molestation in the Catholic Church. My script is "The Demon in Me," and is a mixture of drama and horror elements. I tell from the point of view of a survivor that a demon (his father who protects him) first incites him to murder, and then, when the son realizes that this is the wrong way, kills the priest himself. Ironically, my priest is called Father Michael.
Now for the script.
I think it expresses the boy's fear and the priest's self-righteousness.
May I ask why you chose this topic? It was my own experience with me (not with a Catholic priest, but with my Mormon father).
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Hi Gerlinde,

This script was part of a quickie challenge. The parameters I had were it had to be in a church and contain a pair of dice, so this is what I came up with. I have no actual link to the subject matter, and it isn't based on anything.

Thanks for taking a look.


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I read the script first then watched the film.

I personally liked the script more. That's not too say they did a bad job. I think it looks and sounds great. They also did a good job keeping it really close to the script.

I think maybe the film just didn't live up to how I pictured it in my head.

Congratulations


Any thoughts on my work in progress would be appreciated.

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Thanks for checking it out, Scott. Glad you liked it for the most part.


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