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    When an object from another world carves a message into the ground and vanishes, people everywhere are left to interpret its meaning, and their place in the suddenly larger universe.





    This is my first Scriptfest in a very long time. I'm excited!
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    Sounds intriguing!
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    I love this premise, and can hardly wait to read it.


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    Thanks guys! I've had a "reactionary" piece bouncing around in my head for some time. How people would deal with the event of first contact is more interesting to me than the contact itself. I wasn't sure if I could paint that picture in such a short script, but it came together well enough for me to toss it in the ring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by krestofre View Post
    Thanks guys! I've had a "reactionary" piece bouncing around in my head for some time. How people would deal with the event of first contact is more interesting to me than the contact itself. I wasn't sure if I could paint that picture in such a short script, but it came together well enough for me to toss it in the ring.
    Crap. I just came up with the idea and haven't written a word yet. Maybe I should've waited.
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    I wouldn't worry too much. Your signature has things it in like "1st place," "2nd Place," etc. Mine does not.
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    Uploaded! Can't wait to read all the scripts!
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    You were gifted with a beautiful name, sir.

    Nice poster by the way. I'm amazed at how all of these are so good.


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    Hey, I'm a total newbie here but I thought the contest was interesting so here's my first review. First off I really dig the idea of focusing on peoples reactions instead of the event itself, and I thought you did the concept justice. I like that you had so many different points of view in there from newscasters to talk show hosts, it kept me intrigued to hear what each one had to say about the message. Overall great job, it's one thing to have a cool idea but it's another thing to execute it well and I think you did that here.


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    Very entertaining indeed. Enjoyed the "aftermath" of a contact very much. This is probably going to be highly accurate. If we aren't there as it happens we will experience the event through media, and it will be varying experiences. Really liked the Leno joke. Nail head meet hammer.


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