Review Lake of Fire was a rough read, making me wonder if this is a first draft? This screenplay needs work and shouldn’t have been posted until at least one rewrite, and a solid grammar check. That’s my first take. The first act starts out okay in developing the characters, but falls short. The structure offers no reprieve, nothing to catch my breath in the second act forward; it’s go-go-go until the end, minimizing the end climax. I think the initial concept was there in the beginning, like this would be a twisty story, but it lessened as it progressed, and became a major zombie-shootout-fest for half of the screenplay. A lot of the action descriptions read like a shooting script, describing shots instead of leading us on the story. A lot of the dialogue is flippant, unnatural for the circumstances. I didn’t get that any of the characters were scared, and I wasn't emotionally attached to any of them. Unrealistic scenarios weakened the plot.
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.
Struggling with disturbing nightmares, a famous author’s world completely unravels during a hypnotherapy session, when she discovers her horrific visions are echoes of a past life in Auschwitz.