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    lack of an external goal. Again, it only at the end that Callum becomes more focused on saving the village and then the audience roots for him. The script is professionally formatted, although some the descriptions are a bit wordy and tend to tell or explain information rather than show. In summary, it’s challenging to adapt from a novel. Focus the script. Create a stronger goal. Give the audience a true emotional journey to take with the…

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    Women Trifle to the Truth Trifles: a story of opposition, murder, and controversy. Susan Glaspell, writer of Trifles, gave society one of the first feminist stories in American history. Her story was risky in the 1900’s, but it gives us a lot of important information about that time now. For the first time, it makes the women look more intelligent than the men. The play begins when Mr. Wright is strangled to death in his own home. The sheriff, Mr. Hale, and the court attorney all search for…

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    to stand out the script needs to offer the genre something new. The script attempts to do this with the idea of the protagonist planting evidence. There’s definite merit to the idea of a police detective being so frustrated by a case that they “help” with the evidence. It’s a nice set up for conflict and tension, as well as a moral dilemma. The moral question is posed: how far will a cop go? The story also offers a nice twist. The goal is clear and the stakes are high. The script offers a…

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    dockside. Omar reached top get it, but fell into the water. In result to falling into the water, Omar was too separated from his parents. Mohammed and Fatima: Like Omar, Mohammed and Fatima (Jamal’s and Bibi’s parents) are not main characters from the script that has been provided. The obstacle they have to come over is boarding the boat. This is because Fatima does not want to board, but Mohammed reassures her that they HAVE to. Smuggler 1 and Smuggler 2: The Smuggler’s biggest struggle in…

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    Psychiatric Office

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    On Mableton Pkwy sits an office that looks like a house, but it's not a house it's a psychiatric office.I remember on the day of my interview I was scared that I had missed the real doctor's office and somehow made it to someone's house.My mind was put to rest when I spotted a Small sign in the corner that read DR.Shah’s Psychiatric office. Once I entered I was Greeted by my now supervisor Rashmi. She was intimidating but I sucked up my nervousness and followed her to her office. I was extremely…

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    solid concept. The idea of a young child disappearing and his desperate father fearing that aliens abducted him is a very appealing premise. The concept easily hooks the audience. While there’s a lot to really like about the premise, overall the script would benefit from more development. The story begins well. The first 13 pages are engaging. There’s a solid inciting event when the young boy, Micah, goes missing. The audience is emotionally invested in the child and finding him. The goal is…

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    Thrillers Film Analysis

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    idea of being trapped and stalked. Although, not original, it’s a tried and true concept that remains appealing. This script adds a twist in that the women trapped in the building are alienated sisters. Independent filmmakers often look for these types of thrillers. The script is driven by the theme of survival, healing, and bonding. The goal is clear and the stakes are high. The script uses some of the elements that make for successful thrillers, such as a contained setting, cut off from…

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    Thriller Film Analysis

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    PASSWORD is an intriguing contained thriller. The script utilizes some of the techniques that make for a compelling thriller, such as a contained setting, isolation, cut off from communication, and the threat of harm or death. There’s a three-act structure. The opening sets up the idea of a home invasion. However, the opening with the police scanner is distracting and confusing. It’s unclear exactly what’s happening and it becomes diverting. Focus the opening more on Ray watching the house and…

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    Oprah Winfrey's Failure

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    Winfrey: A Woman Who Could “Failure is a great teacher. If you’re open to it every mistake has a lesson to offer,” (Winfrey). Oprah Winfrey, a common household name has swept the nation whether it’s was with her network, magazine, book club, or her TV show. Oprah Winfrey’s road to fame was a hard road to travel because there was many obstacles in her way. But as Oprah Winfrey discovered her true passion in life, there was not anyone stopping her from achieving it. Oprah Winfrey’s long road to…

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