When a many-times-jilted long-distance truckie falls in love online with a city writer, he must learn to trust again, to win her heart.

    D Forde

    Louise Weihart Penpusher Asked on December 2, 2013 in Public.
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      Hi there
      I think D Forde is also same old lol but ‘deeper and denser” too haha
      They meet in the city where we show him as the fish out of water and then she gets in the truck and he sings to her and she’s “in love” lol and then it’s all systems go. But …… he’s got to learn to love his estranged son before he can even think about loving a woman …. and that’s his life-changing event (B story) ….. to ultimately get the girl …..
      Thanks 🙂

      Louise Weihart Penpusher Reviewed on July 28, 2017.
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        What’s a truckie? Just curious

        Richiev Singularity Reviewed on December 2, 2013.
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          truck driver

          Louise Weihart Penpusher Reviewed on December 2, 2013.
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            RE: “Trusting” versus “not trusting”. That seems like an internal subjective need –it pertains to the character flaw — which is fine. But is the objective goal to “trust his heart” or to get the girl?

            And in addition to internal issues the guy has with his heart, what external obstacle and/or romantic competition stands in the way of relationship with the writer?

            Consider these loglines for 2 movies about romance and human relationships:

            YOUNG ADULT
            A newly divorced writer returns to her small home-town to rekindle a romance with her ex-boyfriend, who is now happily married and has a newborn daughter.

            It’s love at first sight when a 23-year-old musician glimpses a girl at a party, but before he can win her affection, he has to fight off her seven violently possessive former lovers.

            The protagonists have issues of the heart to sort out, but for the purpose of the logline, the story is cast in terms of clearly visible obstacles, including romantic competition, that stand between the protagonist and the relationship they want.

            What external obstacles, what romantic competition, stand between the truck driver and the relationship he wants with the writer?

            dpg Singularity Reviewed on December 2, 2013.
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