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Dramedy - A self hating, middle aged attorney will go to any lengths to stop his daughter fromturning out like he did. Yet the only way to save her is to change the way he is, will he learn how to do this before his world falls to pieces? 147 pages
Hey everyone my script is taking a while to upload because I'm stupid with it but hopefully be up in the next week. I've just completed 2nd script but I was wondering if anyone with dramedies will swap me?
Looking for other dramedies to swap with and will give a full day read and make notes as I go along for you? Looking for people to help me cut my 'scapegoat guilty' script down - will be uploaded soon and also maybe teach me better transitions and how to bullet point this screenplay better - maybe make it more enjoyable to read?
I'll give my fullest attention and will read 1 script a day with as much notes as I can, thankyou very much I'm looking forward to reading.
Hey frank hope all is well sorry I havenít been on here for a while I will review your script but could you review my pilot instead itís on series itís called Republic Dread, please give me some time though I thought I could do it quick but I try to write then I type it up from paper then I edit it Iím trying to pitch now aswell, anything to make me feel like Iím going somewhere forward I hope. Take your time and if you could give that a read that would be sweet Iíll check out your script
Hey frank yeah you can have a go ive alreazy tried to send out scapegoat guilty now,. And I think a series only I think 53 pages would be better, Thankyou for doing this It means a lot and I really think that it will help. Let me finish the last pages of alsobens ďflitsamĒ and Iíll get right on yours donít worry about offending itís all about me learning I wonít take anything personally and I hope you wonít either, looking forward to it frank.