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    Well done mate im still stumbling about in the miasma of ideas!
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    Cheers. Enjoyed the genre and write. How is your one shaping up?


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    Oh its a bit tough! You know the difficulty I find with writing short film/short stories is the great hook - the angle that sometimes lets something shine through.

    Im mostly a producer, and am getting fixated with all the wrong things with the script haha. So what im trying to do is to get to the heart of my short script story rather than worry about a cool thang to make it stand out.

    Setting it in Scotland isnt to make it different or 'cool' (my er haggis western) is haggis set simply cos i am scottish. Im picking a really violent period of history to utilise as my stories backdrop, but its a time that will be really unfamiliar to most readers probably - so ive got to compensate without overcompensating for that!
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    tagline sounds hard to fit into 6-10 pages. will read this.


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    Cheers - page limit never makes it easy. But helps in writing tight scripts.


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    Sounds like a story with a lot of possibilities for fun action and character depth. Looking forward to reading it.


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    Cheers. Testing it on producers/directors/writers and thumbs up so far.


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    OK - polished and proof read.

    Ready to pull the trigger...............


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    hey sean, glad to see you entered. i'm looking forward to seeing what you came up! always entertaining!

    jamie


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    Thanks I hope you like it....


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