After a deadly product flaw is discovered, reclusive CEO of a tech company has to overcome his fear of travel and social interactions to visit his biggest customers before the press destroys his company; along the way he learns life lessons through travel
So… .the customers don’t matter? Even though it’s a “deadly” product flaw, their welfare is less important than the bad P.R.?
What’s really at stake in this story? (Or should be?)
And loglines are not about “life lessons learned”. Loglines should be about objective issues, the problem the character must overcome, the goal he intentionally sets out to achieve. “Lessons learned” are subjective issues not objective goals. They are what the character acquires unintentionally in the process of struggling for his objective goal.