RE: Losing his eyesight gradually due to a rare disease, an introverted painter hurries to finish his last painting to participate in an important exhibition going trough an existential crisis.

      Charles M Penpusher Posted on May 3, 2020 in Drama.
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        This is a really nice premise.

        So we get the stakes, could you make the exhibition something specific? Like a major biennale for example.

        The only other note I’ll make is that it’s not cinematic. Nice premise but ultimately, some guy painting doesn’t make for good cinema. Could you inject a conflict? Perhaps he has to reconcile with his estranged son, daughter, or wife. What if the estranged loved one is the only person he knows/trusts to be his hands and help him finish the painting?

         

        Singularity Answered on May 4, 2020.
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