Something Wild: A Script with Multiple Genres

Love sometimes is only good when it comes in the form of a chance encounter that turns the universe inside out. It’s filled with the kind of wild passion that gives a person something to live for. In Something Wild, Charlie stumbles into Audrey by happenstance. Bored with his corporate...
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Mission Impossible: Acute Action Filmmaking

Based on a hit television series from the 1960’s, Mission Impossible was revived for the big screen in the summer of 1996. The film brought together an award winning filmmaking trio; helmed by director Brian Depalma (Blowout, The Untouchables) co-written by Robert Towne (Chinatown), and starring Tom Cruise. Cruise plays...
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Rope: Hitchcock, Murder and a Screenplay with Hurdles

Murder is often the theme that many of Alfred Hitchcock’s greatest films revolve around. He loved to play with the audience through tension and suspense, waiting as the characters got closer to exposing the killer. Rope is an exploration into the mind of two intellectuals who use their smarts to try...
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