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The Disclosure Paradox: Part One - Arcturian Mission

By Paul Vecchiet

A UFO researcher accompanies a psychic Native American woman on a cross-country trip that evolves into a rescue from a malevolent race of aliens.

Peer Rating: 64%
Industry Rating: N/A
Draft 3: 64%
Draft 2: 60%


A middle-aged, flawed UFO blogger and researcher goes on a dynamic cross-county journey of self-awareness after meeting a spiritual-psychic Native American woman while attending a conference. The woman convinces him to accompany her to her reservation where anomalous activity occurs. On the way they meet other people with links to the site. What start out as an innocent excursion out of curiosity evolves into a quest to find what is behind the secret at Jicarilla Apache reservation in Dulce, New Mexico.

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So, I just finished reading a screenplay called The Disclosure Paradox: Part One - Arcturian Mission. The genre of this screenplay is science-fiction. At first, I was a little hesitant to read this script because I am very picky when it comes to science-fiction movies and tv shows. The only science-fiction movies and tv shows that I enjoy are Star Wars, Star Trek, The Time Machine, War of the Worlds, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, and Twilight Zone....

11 months ago |
Hunter Huiet Top Reviewer
Two super psychics, a military expert, a ufo expert, and a woman whose baby was abducted join together to free abducted children and destroy a reptilian/human base in the process is an excellent concept. Unfortunately, the story lacks a compelling protagonist. I believe Captain Silvani is the protagonist or maybe Mary Ellen. It's hard to say because there is no growth in the characters. The characters need to start out in one place internally and...

11 months ago |
D Scott Mangione Top Reviewer
At first I liked your detailed and illustrative descriptions. But too often you use them to convey information that the viewer would have no way of knowing without you telling us (such as Silvani’s family is estranged; he arrives at home at a decent hour; “A family man, he doesn't intend to roam beyond the state and wishes to retire there”). I think you can get away with some cheating like that but from my perspective you take it too far....

11 months ago |
CourierNew Top Reviewer
First of all, I want to say that I'm very picky when it comes to science-fiction. Normally, I try to stay away from this particular genre as often as I can. Just to be clear, I can appreciate people who love science-fiction, it's just I'm very picky with the sci-fi genre. Some of the greatest movies and television shows ever made are science-fiction. However, the logline of this script grabbed my attention. So, I decided, what the heck, I'll...

10 months ago |
Hunter Huiet Top Reviewer

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