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    Never Let Go
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    Senior Member KhamIsk's Avatar
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    NeverLetGo.jpg

    Logline: A 13year old girl goes too far in attempt to cope with a tragedy

    Special thanks to my 10 year old daughter for creating this beautiful poster!
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    I wonder if there's a way to make this poster any bigger?


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    Awesome poster
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    Love the poster. Sorry, I have no idea how to increase the size.
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    Thanks guys!

    It's okay Chris - I noticed it's clickable so people can enlarge it themselves if they click on. I'm done with the script, the only thing is not to forget about it during upload time.


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    Your poster is awesome and I'm sure your script will be as well.
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    Thanks Anthony. Hope you'll find time to read it!


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    Always. How else can I nail you for using to many adjectives!!! ;p I'm kidding. I'm sure it will be awesome. You have come a long way in a short time... Everyone better watch their backs! Knock 'em dead.
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    **SPOILERS** Don't read if you haven't read the story yet!

    Well you are first, Kham, so here we go

    "Well... Dad needs art classes." Hehe, cute!

    Oh no... I'm where the mother cringes and I'm getting the idea that the Dad might be dead

    OH NO HE IS DEAD!! How sad...

    Great dialogue with the grandmother.

    Pg 4 "HALL" is confusing, because she shuts a door and I'm not sure why Christina is in the hall.

    Oh man... what a great ending... and a great story. I am tearing up.

    Wonderful!!
    Last edited by BasilSunshine; 09-05-2011 at 04:35 PM. Reason: SPOILERS!!


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    ****Don't read reviews until you've read the script.

    I see you are used to MoviePoet, but it is good to actually put your name and contact info on the title page.

    Notes:
    - Oh no, don't tell me this is the second one where the dad is dead. Don't worry, if I hadn't read two already I wouldn't have got it so soon.
    - Oh well you were expecting people to get it so soon, so you revealed it write when it was needed. I shouldn't have expected anything less.

    What a cute tale. It was all straightforward no ghosts or mechanical contraptions. I can see how this could resonant with people that had a similar experience. Good Job.
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