In 2054, an apprehensive college co-ed faced with having to write a multi-generational story, enlists help from her Great Grandfather who takes her on a tumultuous road trip that threatens his life and gives her the inner strength to succeed.
In 2054, Marie, a soon to be college graduate, has to write her thesis in Creative Writing, but also has a job writing in the stream. Wanting it to stand out, she enlists her Great Grandfather, called Boppa by his family. What started out to be a simple interview turns into a road trip that goes awry and a secret that proves true love still exists.
But despite the 120+ of script, there isn't much to the plot. In over two hours of script, you have Marie taking Boppa on a one hour train ride to Ohio. They spend some time in the train talking and he has a few health scares, but it isn't until the very end when B...
In order to make it...
Nothing significant happens in the first ten pages. We get character introductions, but nothing that grabs our attention. Add a scene at the start of the movie, called a HOOK. This is something that captures the themes presented in the story you're about to tell. It can even be independent from the rest of the story. Maybe it can be a small peek into Boppa's past before we cut to the introduction of Marie.