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Posted: August 8th, 2015, 10:15pm Report to Moderator
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Lobster for Dinner by Rose Marie Colucci - Comedy - A widow, who has never worked a day in her life, inherits a pizzeria from her late husband and has no clue how to run it. When her mother places an ad in the newspaper, different contenders appear.  What will Angela do? 118 pages - pdf, format


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The logline started out promising. I was intrigued by the concept.  I think it could work.  Then end of your logline needs some work I believe.

The script format is completely wrong for a spec script.  I would take a look at some different scripts in the produced section of this sight to get a feel for the format.  

Also check out http://www.screenwriting.info/

If your trying to sell your script, you need to make sure you don't give them a reason to toss it aside.  In it's current form, it's very difficult to bring the reader in.


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