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    Going to spend the day on this tomorrow, need to flesh it out a bit, but it is coming together nicely.

    Tonight is for relaxing. Rough weekend on set.

    Hey, so there are no competitors........at least with the story itself.

    Working Title: Cognitive Dissonance

    Logline: Sometimes, when everything is at stake, personal philosphies are sometimes not so important.

    Summary: John Parsons, a "B" list journalist, has just been given the assignment of his dreams: Embedment with a combat unit in Afghanistan. But his motives were not to report the news in a objective manner, his was to make a name for himself by finding the next scandal perpretrated by the military and US Govt.

    But his beliefs are challenged when he is forced to take up arms to save his own life and the lives of the men around him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Bernard View Post
    Going to spend the day on this tomorrow, need to flesh it out a bit, but it is coming together nicely.

    Tonight is for relaxing. Rough weekend on set.

    Hey, so there are no competitors........at least with the story itself.

    Working Title: Cognitive Dissonance

    Logline: Sometimes, when everything is at stake, personal philosphies are sometimes not so important.

    Summary: John Parsons, a "B" list journalist, has just been given the assignment of his dreams: Embedment with a combat unit in Afghanistan. But his motives were not to report the news in a objective manner, his was to make a name for himself by finding the next scandal perpretrated by the military and US Govt.

    But his beliefs are challenged when he is forced to take up arms to save his own life and the lives of the men around him.
    All that in 6 minutes (or is it 5...) or less???


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