An ex-con, defending a reformed paedophile from an angry mob – begins to doubt the man’s innocence.

    Mentor Posted on November 5, 2019 in Drama.
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      We need to understand the ex-con’s motive.

      I wonder if it would be worth, rather than a reformed paedophile, make him a wrongly accused paedophile. Through the events in the film, we can discover that he was actually let off on a technicality or something and the ex-con discovers that perhaps he did do it after all.

      I’m seeing an “Assault on Precinct 13” type film.

      I think you’re right to drop the sister love story. Whilst it’s interesting, I  don’t think it’s the A-story.

      Can you put this into a more conventional format. Inciting incident, protagonist and goal?

      Summitry Answered on November 5, 2019.

      Hey Mike, I only just read this after I posted my most recent logline(s) of this. I like where your head’s at.

      I think you’re right to drop the sister love story. Whilst it’s interesting, I  don’t think it’s the A-story.

      I’m starting to agree with this too. It’s no longer the draw. It’s more this dilemma I think. She’s definitely still there though.

      The most recent one has a ticking clock, a Sophie’s choice dilemma, an odd couple dynamic, a trapped/crucible element. I dunno – it’s getting interesting.

      Cheers.

      on November 5, 2019.
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