Factory farmers are given permission to murder humans too, while those alive and still refusing to use animals are imprisoned, including four youngsters who barely survived a family of agriculturists and their own parents.

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    Samurai Posted on September 19, 2019 in SciFi.

    title: MUST ESCAPE FROM THE SLAUGHTERCITY

    on September 19, 2019.
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      LOGLINE UPDATE #1:

      A young man and his friends survive an onslaught of farmers unleashed by a satanic government, only to be arrested, turned to plastic, and given the opportunity to witness the dawn of animal-person-kind.

      Samurai Answered on November 3, 2019.
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        Who is the lead character

        What do they want

        What is standing in their way

        Singularity Answered on September 20, 2019.

        All this is explained in the logline if you use some thinking power.

        on September 20, 2019.

        Don’t expect logline readers in the movie industry to use “some thinking power”.  Every element in the plot they are looking for should be immediately apparent and comprehensible.

        on September 21, 2019.

        1: Four youngsters is not a ‘lead character.

        2: I have no clue as to what the lead character’s goal is because it could be a variety of things.

           A: Does the lead character want to reverse the permission to kill (is that their goal)

           B: Is stopping those who use the permission, to kill humans their goal?

           C: Is getting revenge on those who gave permission to murder humans their goal?

           D: Is saving a specific person whom the lead character loves the goal? (is it personal)

           E: Is escaping the goal?

        What is the specific goal?

        3: I have no idea who is standing in the way of the lead character because I have no idea who gave permission to kill people…

        nor do I understand why people would kill just because they have permission to do so.

        Just because someone says, “You have permission to kill” doesn’t mean I will do it.

        Who specifically is standing in the way of the lead character’s goal? I have no clue who that is because you have not said who gave permission to kill.

        on September 21, 2019.

        The four youngsters are my lead characters. Their main goal is to survive, until the end when they are given the opportunity for retribution. All of your guesses are correct at certain parts of the story. It is the government who gives the farmers permission to murder (who else would it be?), because they want to continue factory farming, even after the majority of people become vegan, to quickly bring upon the worst effects of global warming to create a mass reduction in global population. Farmers are in reality a secret society, descendants of the richest people on the planet, and they are in cahoots with the government. Also, farmers are so used to the murder of animals, the switch to animals of the human variety wouldn’t bother them much (especially if they are free to do so, they would probably consider it a fun challenge (they are already responsible for trillions of animal deaths and millions, perhaps billions, of human deaths, due to the diet they provide)).

        on November 3, 2019.

        I understand it’s “The Government” but saying the government is very non-specific

        Who is the face of the government? Because there should be a specific person in your story the lead character must fight against.

        It could be, the legally appointed president, It could be a dictator who overthrew the legally elected government.

        It could also be a special agent who is the bad guy who is appointed to oversee the program.

        Or it could be the head of the factory, the person carrying out the government’s orders.

        In other words, saying ‘the government’ is the bad guy is like saying there are ‘four’ lead characters.

        There should be a face to the government who the audience can latch onto and want to see defeated.

        on November 4, 2019.

        The main faces of the government in this story are the same as in real life, the big three: Prime Minister of Canada, POTUS, and the Queen.

        on November 4, 2019.
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          I was going to post a serious response but after this :

          “… the switch to animals of the human variety wouldn’t bother them much…”

          All I can say is ‘Wow!’

           

          P.S

          That’s not a good wow…

          Singularity Answered on November 3, 2019.

          Yes, the truth is scary. Perhaps do some research on crime rates in relation to slaughterhouse workers, as well as cities containing slaughterhouses, or look to the war in Syria.

          Syria was a peaceful place, until their own country’s farmers began invading cities, killing many. Instead of the country’s military helping the innocent, they band with the agriculturists. Ever wonder why the secondary name for farming is agriculture? Factory farming creates an aggressive culture.

          on November 3, 2019.
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