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Turn off the lights


The everyday struggles of a man with an extremely rare disease- fear of light.

Draft #2
Peer Rating: 54%
Industry Rating: 13%
Draft 2: 54%
3 Reviews | 21 pages | 4 months ago | Draft 2


The everyday struggles of man with an exceptionally rare disease-fear of any kind of light.

Industry Reviews

While an original premise I am concerned that this idea does not have the potential to power an entire TV series. Adding an external plot might help but the fact that his flaw can only be expressed in one way and does not naturally create any interpersonal conflict (as arrogance or control freaky does) does limit the potential story that can be generated from it.

3 months ago |
Blaise Hesselgren Top Reviewer

Peer Reviews

Here were my thoughts on your script:

1. Concept - This is definitely an interesting concept to go with honestly, but you did a lot of good with it from what I have read. I'm also glad that, out of the vast number of different fears people can have, you chose light, which is probably one of the last ones anyone could expect.

2. Story - The story was ridiculous fun, which isn't a bad thing at all. I had a fun time reading it and the humor in...

4 months ago |
Cyle Brooks Top Reviewer
Well, I just read a tv pilot script called Turn off the lights. To be honest, I was very disappointed with the script. The script lacked pretty much everything! The dialogue was pretty bad! The structure was poor! The character development was fair! What's a shame to me is that if I were to watch this pilot episode as a director of a television company hoping to order this show to air, sadly, it would be a no-go for me. There's hardly a moment...

4 months ago |
Hunter Huiet Top Reviewer

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