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Posted: April 4th, 2020, 8:27am Report to Moderator
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Congrats on getting this made, Pia. How many is that for you now? Youíre definitely the record holder around here.

I enjoyed the film. Thought it was well made and well acted. I had a good idea she was going to kill him, but I didnít see her setting him up to kill her husband first. I assume that was in the script? I didnít read it I just see you noted a lot of changes?

Really enjoyed the 80s synth soundtrack. Didnít like the rock anthem for the torture scene. Felt out of place. But thatís being nitpicky.  How did this do on its festival run or donít you know?

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Just watched it.  I thought it was well done. Yeah, this is really good. Must see stuff. Congrats. -A


Thanks! I would've liked to see it follow the script a little closer, but isn't that always the case? This one was filmed in Georgia, so they made it to suit that audience better. The script was only 14 pages, but  the film 23 minutes. I guess the 1 page per minute of film isn't always true. Learned that the hard way with Call On Me as well.



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I didn't see the script. So I don't have any idea about alternative ends. But I like what I watched. Congrats. (:


Thanks! The script is in the first post of this thread.



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Really enjoyed this. Could have been a bit tighter on the subtitles but everything else is top notch.


Thanks Warren! I haven't seen it in a couple of years now, so my menory is a bit fuzzy. Maybe I should re-watch.



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Congrats on getting this made, Pia. How many is that for you now? Youíre definitely the record holder around here.

I enjoyed the film. Thought it was well made and well acted. I had a good idea she was going to kill him, but I didnít see her setting him up to kill her husband first. I assume that was in the script? I didnít read it I just see you noted a lot of changes?

Really enjoyed the 80s synth soundtrack. Didnít like the rock anthem for the torture scene. Felt out of place. But thatís being nitpicky.  How did this do on its festival run or donít you know?


Thanks for checking it out. I have no idea how many scripts of mine have been filmed by now. Near 40 I think. Got a few more in the works. I didn't really write much of anything last year, but I'm doing pretty good so far this year. We'll see what happens.  


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The script was only 14 pages, but  the film 23 minutes.


Yes, Pia, this right here. I remember reading your script, but I didn't recall it being 20 plus pages.  Indeed, a shit-load of changes.  Anyway, like Andrea said, we thoroughly enjoyed it.  I hope you are happy with it.

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Just watched it, and I really enjoyed the short. Great job, Pia. Congrats!


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Thanks for checking it out. I have no idea how many scripts of mine have been filmed by now. Near 40 I think. Got a few more in the works. I didn't really write much of anything last year, but I'm doing pretty good so far this year. We'll see what happens.  


Near 40. Wow...


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It's pretty cool having a film made in another language... it means you're reaching an international audience!

I actually do recall reading this a few years back. It was cool to see the film version. Not sure how different it is from the script (it's been a while since I've had a look), but I thought it turned out pretty damn good. It's a nice addition to the Pia Cook catalog.

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Nice work, Pia. You write some sick stuff, I like it!

Oh, and I liked that other one you had filmed recently but I forgot to comment. The drama with the robo caller who's a war veteran.

Keep 'em coming.


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Thanks guys!

I've actually had my scripts produced all over the place. Sometimes without subtitles which can be a bit hard to understand.

I've been trying to get back into the swing this year and I think it's working. My goals these days are not just to get scripts filmed, but write better scripts that attract bigger productions. I have a thriller feature I'm hoping to finish this weekend. I think it's my best one yet.  


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