Small town aspiring singer-turned-nanny struggles to adjust to life in affluent Studio City, CA while pursuing her dreams of success and navigating through a minefield of secrets, fame, and scandal.
Agreed with DPG, not sure how this will fare with such a “seen it before” type story.
Concept aside, the logline doesn’t fulfill it’s primary function – to describe a plot. In order to describe a plot a logline needs to convey specific details about the story, such as; the main character’s flaw, her goal and inciting incident.
Hope this helps.
There are bushels of scripts written every year about struggling wannabes in (or near) Tinseltown who are “pursuing dreams of success and navigating through the minefield of secrets, fame and scandal.” What is there unique and new about this story that will make this script stand out from all the others wannabe screenwriters are navigating the minefield of secrets, fame and scandal to get read and produced?