I really enjoyed it, as my first thorough screenplay review i was dreaded to get a bad one, thankfully this did not disappoint. Honey Mustard was an amazing screenplay, immediately drawing you in and setting the tone, Stella (was that her name? lol) fighting for her life. I really enjoyed how the character development was seamless, and kept up with the pace of the story. I wasn't planing on reading the whole thing when i first grabbed the review, but one page lead to another and next thing i know i was hooked so good job. i liked the reveal of information to the audience as well, it seems like you have a good grasp of what the audience emotions should be at a certain time as the screen and information lead them there. it really does feel like this draft has seen its fair share of editing, action lines are concise, dialogue has purpose, characters have personalities, and the world feels alive. i love the concise scene headings as well, something as simple as just stating the room allows the reader to feel how fast everything is moving. the sex slave selling thing was also nicely well done because the bread crumbs are there for the reader. with the opening of the basement lock, the reveal that his dad hurts people, the selling and removal of for sale sign, mustve been a good outline or something because one of my favorite things about this screen play is that everything ties in with everything else, no character is pointless, and the drama and tension always feels high because the state of one character has emotional impact on the others with the audience, which is a great way to handle what is not a small cast. the ending is also satisfying, lets the audience in on it if they were paying attention, and shows growth in a character in my opinion, leaving them with the smile instead of the threats she left last time for example, i think this script should be optioned and made asap, this is some great work for sure.