Just wondering, anyone still in this community? I've got a short (4 page) screenplay I want people to read -- well, two fairly different versions of the same screenplay -- so if anyone's still out there and interested/willing to offer advice, let me know.
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The IntruderA character is being intruded upon. The details are up in the air, so knock yourselves out.
I figured I'd give it a shot. Fairly simple fare, so feel free to interpret it however you like. Have fun!
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|Subject:||PROMPT 7/11: RECORD-BREAKER|
Record-breakerA world record has been broken by a central character. Consider form, point of view, genre, setting, and general approach. Standard rules apply for response length and posting.
Have at it kids, and best of luck.Please note the deadline change--11 July 2005.
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