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Sunday, April 18, 2010

Original Scripts for your reading pleasure - posted by Don

Over on the Unproduced Scripts page there are twenty-one original scripts up for your reading pleasure.

Among the batch is Lawrence’s 40 Below ZeroSteven Lexmark, an aspiring director, knows that drugs, alcohol and promiscuity come all too easy when you’re an entertainer in Vegas. Experiencing just about everything that one could possibly go through, he sees his chance to do a tell-all documentary on the infidelities that often occur when visiting Sin City. Using a no-holds-barred approach while interviewing women that risked their marriages for a night of pleasure, he finds out too late that the exploitation of others doesn’t come without a price. Finishing what is supposed to be his last interview, the unexpected happens and the woman lashes out at Steven, questioning him on his lascivious past. Unsuccessful and terribly disturbing, the interview leaves Steven to reflect on not only the choices that so many women make, but on choices he has made as well. A slow, emotional deterioration soon follows, leaving Steven to find out first hand just how cold things can get in Vegas. (117 pages in PDF format).

If this dramatic script not your thing, there are a ton more for your reading pleasure on the unproduced scripts page. – Don

2 Comments so far


De St. Cyr
April 20th, 2010 at 8:21 pm


Let’s say that I am completely crazy to boldly state the following:
I have the best original franchise to sell. What if I am not that crazy. Here are some of my questions:
Where do I begin?
Who should I trust?
What should I ask for?
Will anyone take me seriously.
Can I begin here?

First Contact.



April 20th, 2010 at 10:31 pm

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