I would like to congratulate you on a well-done script. The topic of love is not well said at times of war, there are many but I do believe that during WW2, not all German civilians had a harsh attitude towards the Jews. Sometimes, a single rotten tomato does affect the entire bunch. In the case of the people of Germany, their fate was sealed once it became Hitler's Germany & not for the citizens of Germany. Harsh truths are sometimes too bitter to swallow. I think this imaginary world that you created does show the picture of the time of Germany. I did like the characters of Heinrich & Racheal. Their love was beyond all the rules & shackles of the society, for that they were willing to do anything. That is what people do at times of desperation & the need to be with each other. Heinrich on the one hand, who due to his headache does not want to follow his father's order & wa& wants to believe what the Nuremberg laws say. On the other hand, you have Racheal who does not see him as a Nazi, is a rebel & wants to love him for what he is. But their love is doomed & destiny is flawed, as they try to escape the realities. But only to be arrested & punished, leading to a painful death. Therefore, I would like to say good luck on your future works & projects, Hope to see more from you
I would like to congratulate you on an episode well executed. it had a problem while starting to read the script, but as I progressed the entire picture became quite clear to me. A man struggling to keep himself sane, while he is continuously facing obstacles in his work. I think many twists in the plots add up to the protagonist losing his sanity. While the characters add up to the bloody massacre. The Angie character is the grand-ambassador of shallow people around the world. She thinks only about herself & thinks others are below her, showing no respect to Harold. You have Roger's character, who is trying to be friendly with him but fails constantly. Then you have Harold's past chasing him every day from which he cannot run away. His father's nature towards him or his mother's sympathy. which to leave & which to accept. But the reality is too bitter to drink which he has to swallow every day. I also liked the twists & turns, every day he loses his morality day by the day. Then you have the Boss knowing that Patricia's character doings is rather reluctant to deal with her than to option him as a scapegoat. Lastly, the couples, both of them totally disrespectful & foul in nature & their speech. The entire circumstances led to the domino effect on that particular night. Lastly, I would like to give my best wishes & all the best luck for the future projects that you shall have.
First of all, I would like to congratulate you on the extraordinary script that you have written. This is one of the finest scripts that I have read recently & it really opened my eyes to the thriller genre. The story with the characters, action line & dialogues are really proportionate enough with the story. The perfect life of a struggling actor begins to turmoil by one of his dilutional friends. I really liked Jay's character who is dilutional & at the same psychotic. He just wants his share of what he deserves, even if he has to kill for it. He won't hesitate at all. He hatches a bulletproof plan where he would achieve everything that he deserves. On the other hand, you have Al who cannot rid of the past but still stands with his head high, optimistic with the future. He believes hard work will let him climb the ladder to success. Classic antagonist vs protagonist clash. Meanwhile, the supporting cast with Jay's equally delusional girlfriend, Fiona who is being used as a pawn soldier. She has no other way but to help Jay in his web of lies & deception. Among characters, I also liked Detective Redlitz whos past with has lead to face with Al in the present. But being an officer of the law he must trust evidence, which he finds at the end. In the end, I would only say best of luck for your future projects & I will wait for more scripts like this.
First of all, being a Dc fan myself I would like to congratulate you on a job well done. The story reminded me of the Superman animation on the cartoon network & how it was my favorite all of the cartoons that I used to watch. The plot of Metropolis city in which everything is lawless & city worshiping a false god named Lex Luther. A fallen night Louis tired of fighting is a futile war until she finds The Man of Steel is a well planned out & executed story. The characters are quite proportional to the story. I liked the starting of the story of how the plot starts, I was quite surprised the reason for sewing her jacket played eventually in the story. I liked how Louis frustrated by the society in which she is living tries to save the people who are mesmerized by the charismatic Lex Luther. You have Lex Luther who is the richest man of the man called himself the savior of mankind, he calls himself Superman. The man takes too much pride upon himself unknown that money can't always buy everything. I liked how he got what he deserved. Then you have Clark Kent who should be the savior of all, but he wants to be left alone. He is the hero in disguise, the champion of the law. Therefore I would conclude after a long time I read a great superhero story. I bid best of luck for your future scripts.
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 & fought each other into a bay blade deathmatch. I too also could not hold my laughter at Kris & Carl's depiction of Marvel superhero characters Black Widow & Hulk. was marvelous. Though they were playing the characters that they liked ultimately to find that not only they are not but also they are fundamentally different from each other in gender & in person. Lance character who is the boss & wants to do the right thing but fails to do so when there is a need for help. The biggest being The Power Cut. Ajay the Indian gut who wants to help but his priorities are 1st then others. You have the VIgilante janitor, now I name Vigilante Janitor would be quite a good name for a movie. The character itself is himself a diamond in the hub. All the characters are quite distinctive in their own ways. Therefore I would conclude by saying that it was a wonderful experience. I hope all the best wishes on your future projects
Two veterans of the 2nd Polish Corps met in Edinburgh to meet an old friends who became a unsung hero. In a battle which became overshadowed in WW2