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The Hostel

By Kishan Chotalia

A mockumentary following the party reps in a hostel as they plan nights out, host events and try to form a somewhat functioning team in the process.

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Draft 3: 80%
Draft 2: 97%
0 Reviews | 33 pages | 8 months ago | Draft 4


As regular powercuts cause guests to leave in their droves, Lance attempts to fix the problem - despite admitting that he knows very little about electricity. Each member of the group react in their own unique way to this - read on to find out if they can fix the electricity (without causing a major argument in the process!)

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Peer Reviews

This is a farcical, fun, story about an eclectic group of young people running a Hostel. The crux of the story is how to figure out why there is an intermittent loss of power. 'Talking heads' give offbeat commentaries throughout. I think it's Intelligently written with few spelling or grammar errors. The characters are interesting, the puns, fun. I like the clever dialogue on why the money cannot be refunded to the guests. Steve’s character desc...

8 months ago |
Carol Newman Top Reviewer
I really like the varied personalities of the characters and the different types of humor that could be bought out of each one, making the show diverse to everyone. The witty dialogue and character interactions really make the story engaging. Most of the comedy in this screenplay usually consists of the sarcastic comments of Ajay, Maya, and Karl, the Patrick Star-esque dimwitted nature of Lance, and the geekiness of Chris. The comedy is very simi...

9 months ago |
Advait Dantuluri Top Reviewer
First, of all congratulations on the beautifully written script, it is truly & master of comedy. I really could not stop laughing at some scenes. I also liked the manner how you described each & every character, how they work & their flaws in the story. I liked how Maya though facing the problem of electricity. I also liked Lance's childhood nostalgia, which took me to my schooldays when many of my friends bought or made copies by themselves & f...

9 months ago |

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