The script really holds the reader. It really maintains the suspense and the thrill throughout the script. The script had questions like "Why the man is hiding in the cupboard?" and the reader wants the answers to those so badly. I liked the non-linear way in which the audience are given information about jane's past and those flashbacks are placed in the perfect situation. And the script has got its own style and the reader could feel it, like the uses of close - ups and the "fade to" trantions - it all gave it its own feel. While talking about the feel, I liked the place and time in which you built the story that is things like- the country road, nature, night, rain, lonely hotel... These things carry the audience there. The other thing is the dialogue could have been more interesting, the story contains good potential for writing great dialogues, but this script uses a minimum dialogue only. Then the story could have been developed more, as I expected more in the ending (but the way you conveyed that she killed two men is really good at the end).
Can everybody stay in the right path even in the worst possible situation