A naïve young woman is raised to believe she is a super spy doing good in the world, but when an enraged lunatic attacks her and accuses her of murdering his wife, she must flee her sheltered little world to discover the truth.

Raised by Wolves

Paul Clarke Logliner Asked on February 18, 2013 in Public.
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Like the idea. But in terms of ramping up the pressure on the young woman, what if her quest for the truth then puts her life life in jeopardy?

Default Reviewed on February 19, 2013.
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I’d trim a little out of the middle section of this logline:

“A naive young woman is raised believing she is a super spy doing good in the world, but when she is attacked and accused of murder, she must clear her name before … (like Riley asks, what exactly is at stake? Her reputation? Her life? The life of someone else?)”

I assume that’s why she wants “the truth” (about the murder), and subsequently why “the truth” (about her upbringing) is revealed to her.

nicholasandrewhalls Penpusher Reviewed on February 19, 2013.
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Oh, also – she’s not literally raised by wolves, right? Only because when you pair this logline with that title, it took me a while to figure out, ‘the wolves are a metaphor.’ Maybe rethink the title?

nicholasandrewhalls Penpusher Reviewed on February 19, 2013.
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As a broken masquerade type story, I’m liking it. The lunatic tears down the veil she’s lived under and throws her on a quest for discovery. It feels like most of your story is centered around, “flee… to discover the truth.” I’d like to know more about that, what are her obstacles, and is her antagonist still the lunatic or is he there to initially push her?

timmyelliot Default Reviewed on February 21, 2013.
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