A cheating spouse, falsely accused of sexual harassment, discovers the truth behind his lacklustre marriage, his son’s real identity and the way permanently out of his \ mistress’s handcuffs."

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jamesmichael Penpusher Asked on April 9, 2012 in No Category.
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Jack: “This looks like a good story, but we are being told the ending too soon. How about a bit of intrigue? How about, A cheating spouse, who struggles to find a way out of his mistress’s domination, is falsely accused of sexual harassment”? That might be enough. The truth behind the lacklustre marriage and the son’s real identity are subordinate to the false accusation, and are not needed in the logline.”

Default Reviewed on April 11, 2012.
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Steven: “Too many different strands presented at once. The logline should focus on the husband and the irony of him being falsely accused of sexually harassing someone other than his mistress or wife. The other strands do not need to be mentioned in the logline.”

Default Reviewed on April 11, 2012.
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