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By Rob Gracie

A famous author experiences a terrifying past-life Auschwitz memory that launches her on a life-altering journey into the unknown, and discovers the man she just met is anything but ordinary when she unearths a long hidden secret, evidence so profound that it will change everything.

Draft #1
Peer Rating: 49%
Industry Rating: N/A
4 Reviews | 122 pages | 3 years ago | Draft 1


EON follows the incarnations of several unknowingly connected individuals (soul family), focusing on two specifically (male and female leads), while utilizing past-life hypnotic regressions as the story vehicle.

The story-line, based in 1993 NYC, travels to challenging moments in relevant character history, including Auschwitz and Atlantis, while addressing reoccurring conflicts during several lifetimes.

The story is unique, never been done, with lots of hints and hidden clues, and a holy shit twist at the end!

The Key to identifying characters: the same first letter of the first name, throughout all incarnations, identifies each soul.

A lot of research went into EON; we wanted to get it right, a fictional story based on a very enlightening reality.

We're in the shopping process, searching for that One person; a Producer, an Agent, an Actor, someone that believes in EON as much a we do.

Give it a read … And maybe you’ll ask yourself; who was I in a past life?

Industry Reviews

Peer Reviews

This is an elaborate and thoroughly conceived story. I can tell you did a lot of research and worked out the multiple past lives but the plot of this script is discovery. Discovery is about people and their quest to understand themselves, a search to understand something fundamental about themselves. When your characters find out about past lives, how does that fundamentally change them? It’s knowledge. But nothing about their lives change....

1 year ago |
San Dane Top Reviewer
I have to say, 122 pages is pretty long for a script, but it's moreso due to the novel'esq style of description over the actual necessity of the story being so drawn out. This could be cut down at least 30 pages without losing any of the synopsis points I fleshed out.

Although there were plenty of attempts to describe the world in the action lines, it played out as a bunch of pretty words describing feelings and settings -- while the dialogue...

1 year ago |
There are some minor formatting errors. The plot twisted and got muddy at the spiritual realm and through to the end. I liked the last scene. formatting errors are minor. For example, when using ellipses flush them against the word. I.E> ...she died. This tells the actor/actress to pause to emphasize the word.

In the intro, I'd recommend cutting this to the basics. How would you SHOW that the night is cold (brisk)? Frost on the trees? Also, y...

1 year ago |
I would first like to say that you have a very intriguing concept here. Was the movie "Romancing The Stone" and inspiration at all, considering the female author who sets out on an adventure? You have good screenplay structure. Good job. One thing I would like to note though is that your story is a little confusing. I also think that Helen should experience the memory sooner, around the page twelve mark. But it is up to you. I'm just sharing what...

1 year ago |

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