After a series of career setbacks, a washed-up singer visits her former longtime partner to fix their careers, only to find out he wants to quit.

    Samurai Posted on July 19, 2019 in Drama.
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      >>I want to do something like the “Before Sunrise” films. A few hours in the life of these people.

      “Before Sunrise”  was a film Richard Linklater was able to get the green light to make after he had become an industry insider, after he had built a  track record as a someone who could script movies that sold tickets, that generated cultural buzz. It was not a “high concept” story that an unproven outsider could use to get past the industry gatekeepers.

      Just saying.

      Singularity Answered on July 19, 2019.
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        What follows is a meditation on success, failure, love, relationships, and whether you can have it all.

        Samurai Answered on July 19, 2019.

        The meditation is a bit cliche.

         

        Furthermore, as there are a number of celebrities who have celebrated Ruby and Gold wedding anniversaries, it would seem you can have it all. 😉

         

        I think you need to focus. Long term relationships depend upon a confluence of specific character traits. If all the ingredients do not come together the relationship is doomed. The same goes for long term careers. Figure out which traits you want to focus on and bring them into the logline. Show us what it takes for them to have it all, or show us what is lacking that prevents them from having it all.

        on July 19, 2019.

        The meditation is a bit cliche.

        I want to do something like the “Before Sunrise” films. A few hours in the life of these people.

        Furthermore, as there are a number of celebrities who have celebrated Ruby and Gold wedding anniversaries, it would seem you can have it all. 😉

        Yeah. But at what cost? I bet there was sacrifice involved.

         Show us what it takes for them to have it all, or show us what is lacking that prevents them from having it all.

        The answer to both is love.

        Cheers. Thanks for the reply.

        on July 19, 2019.
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          I like this idea. I don’t find the meditation cliched. Success is relative. I would like to know more about this story.

          Penpusher Answered on August 14, 2019.
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