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michel
Posted: July 11th, 2006, 3:54am Report to Moderator
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Good try Helio. I agree with everyone that it's a nice allegory but it only would work on paper.

It was nice to read something from you again

Michel


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Helio
Posted: July 11th, 2006, 10:21am Report to Moderator
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Hey, Dan and Michel, thank you two to revive (hehe like Jesus!) this attempt of cheating the people around here! Thanks again!
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Posted: July 13th, 2006, 1:21am Report to Moderator
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hey Helio,

I really thought it was about God's son nice twist at the end. That makes for a good writer.

Dan


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Helio
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"I really thought it was about God's son nice twist at the end. That makes for a good writer."

Hey Daniel, again, I have to say you thanks a lot, man!

I was think that you maybe will like to read "The man that killed Bambi". Take a look at it on Shorts that I will read one more piece of yours, right?
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HyperMatt
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Digging into the Simplyscripts archive, and the writer will probably never see this.
Not reading the comments of the logline, the twist really got me, but agree with what everybody is saying that is would only work on paper (or a radio play?).
It rarely did feel like a Biblical film at the start, creating the atmosphere with thunder and rain (reminded me of The Robe).
Unnecessary capping. and having sluglines with CONT. and NEXT as opposed to the more traditional Night and Day confuses things.


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AndyJ
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I actually thought it was going to be a switch. I was thinking Man#4 was Jesus and someone had switched with him sacrificing their life.

When the truth was revealed I was disappointed and immediately wondered how that would work as a film.  


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