ScriptMother

JurijFedorov

Aarhus, AL

 

Favorite Genres: Action, Mystery, Thriller

Short bio

I have a degree in psychology and try to include as much science in my scripts as possible. I want to educate laymen in psychology. I also like intelligent scripts with a lot to them but some of my own scripts are hard to understand in writing unfortunately. I'm probably the most honest and direct reviewer online. But at the same time I never criticize the writer and I never try to be emotional about giving or receiving feedback. Some of my scripts were hated by some readers and I still gave them a top rating for the review.

A postman gets requited as a state agent because he has a time travel ability

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It is what it is. There is some fairly complicated time travel here that is mixed in with a simple story. I wrote this script as a challenge where the lead had to be a postman and the topic was etiquette. So this is what I came up with. I feel like my new draft is much better than my last draft and that I'm improving it a lot with each draft. But I want to how much potential this script has. There are cool scenes here so don't worry about it being all boring. Message: I can see that this site has just given me a ton of reviews on the screenplay because I clicked the "Make available for review" option which then drained my account for points. That's fine but I just meant to test the site with the screenplay not get a ton of reviews on it. I usually just throw away a screenplay if the first 2 reviews are not at least a bit positive. But I hope to learn a lot from all these reviews! It's very fascinating to see how one reader loves a part and thinks it's great while another reader says that this very part is what ruins the screenplay for him. 2 completely opposite opinions which is fun and scary at the same time. I obviously cannot implement all the suggested changes unless I make several versions of the screenplay. But all of this also shows that the site can be very much active if I just use it. So I will try to see what else I have. 99% of my stuff is just very short screenplays.

  • 1 week ago
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  • 3 reviews
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  • 11 downloads
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  • 36 pages

Draft History

Draft 1
36 pages | 3 reviews | 53 %


Logline: Fever dream of boy growing up and suffering abuse from his dad.

It's a script mostly based on symbolism in different things and heavy on the nose dialogue that further makes this a weird experience as the theme is very on the nose via the dialogue but the scenes are often crazy fever dreams being extremely indirect. Usually movies do it the opposite where the story is clear but some dialogue lines are said very indirectly. So, this is a fever dream type of script about a boy who gets beaten up by his father.

Posted: 4 months ago

Logline: A young genius' life stops and collapses on itself as all his dreams are replaced with him slowly losing control of his mind

An intellectual journey into the gifts of the human mind and how some things are these to force us to take a certain road in life.

Posted: 3 months ago

Logline: A clown meets a vagabond. Which hysterical adventures will they go on? Together or alone?

A clown goes to a birthday party but meets a really irritating vagabond who keeps asking questions and making his life irritable.

Posted: 2 months ago