nicolesigaudLogliner Posted: October 6, 20192019-10-06T07:32:40+10:00 2019-10-06T07:32:40+10:00In: AdventureAfter being cast out from a pack of wolves, an hybrid child is educated by a Djinn? to become the Egyptian god of the Dead Anubis.– ShareFacebook2 ReviewsVotedOldestRecentdpg 105 Loglines 5,526 Reviews 557 Best Reviews 111,855 Points View ProfileBest Answer dpg Singularity 2019-10-06T07:49:23+10:00Added an answer on October 6, 2019 at 7:49 am If pitching this to a Western production company, I suggest using the more familiar term “genie” rather than Djinn.What obstacle does? the child face that could defeat the genie’s purpose?? Or what arduous initiation rite must the child pass to become the deity of the dead?In drama, whatever a character’s calling or training,? it can’t be a sure thing he will fulfill his destiny.? Just the opposite.? In order to create tension and suspense, the odds must not be in his favor.?? I don’t (yet) get the sense from this logline that he’s more likely to fail than succeed..? Nor do I sense what, if any, are the personal stakes.? That is, what he stands to lose if he fails.0 Share ShareShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on WhatsAppgiannisggeorgiou 12 Loglines 130 Reviews 17 Best Reviews 4,741 Points View ProfileBest Answer giannisggeorgiou Samurai 2019-10-06T21:45:36+10:00Added an answer on October 6, 2019 at 9:45 pm So is this an origin story for Anubis? I find this very fascinating. Just note that Anubis has the head of a jackal, not a wolf.Also, Djinns exist in the Arabic mythology (1001 Nights etc), which is thousands of years after the mythology of ancient Egypt (Anubis, etc). (Correct me if I’m wrong.)But these are details that you can easily fix. Just drop the term “Djinn” and use “demon” or “spirit.”0 Share ShareShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on WhatsAppYou must login to can add an answer. Username or email* Password* Remember Me! Forgot Password?