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Posted: July 8th, 2006, 8:02am Report to Moderator
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The Eyes of Mara by Joseph Calabrese - Action, Adventure, Fantasy - 1891: Swords and rifles rage in Colonial India when British soldiers join peasant rebels to battle an undead army, rescue a love, and stop an ancient she-demon from being unleashed onto the British Empire. 113 pages - pdf, format


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I have to say, this was a really enjoyable script. I absolutley loved the opening scene with the sacrifice, and there was a lot of great action in it too. Awesome job

Alanah~
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The title sounded familar so I decide to take a look.  That's when I notice this script was written by Joseph Calabrese.  Is this the same Joseph Calabrese that is in charge of the Absolute Write forums?

If so, its about time we got a "skilled" writer on here.  All I'm used to seeing is writers with potential who like to brag about themselves as if they've already made it big.  That's a BIG turnoff.

Anyhoo, I didn't get to read this right away.  I think I've read the first few pages of this off your website or somewhere like that.  I'll be sure to get to it later.

Peace and glad to see you post your script here,
T.I.N.


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This is going to be smallest message I have ever posted on this forum. This script is perfect. nothing to nit pick about at all.

I wish Hollywood had the balls to make movie like this instead playing it safe with remakes and adaptations of novels and comics.


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Thanks everyone for welcoming and praises. Seriously though. What do you really think?
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I read the screenplay twice and I can't think of anything to critique. It's a period piece and by the way your script reads, you've done your research. I have a western planned and finiding out certain things concerning saddles, weapons, architecture, etc, is tough.

You pulled it off very Nicely! Very good job indeed!

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