Visited by the ghost of the 1940’s Hollywood icon she’s about to portray, a movie star journeys back in time to get her part right and get her Oscar.

    (The Golden Era)

    Samurai Posted on June 30, 2019 in Drama.
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      Sounds like the lead character found a solution to her problem. The lead wants to win an Oscar and so she travels back in time to observe the real icon in action… problem solved

      So where is the conflict?

      What stands in the leads way?

      I only ask this because adding the main conflict of the story will strengthen your logline.

      Singularity Answered on June 30, 2019.

      Right. Was struggling with words. Wanted to write “and complications ensue” like I just saw in a Logline on Amazon, ha. The complication I’m playing with is there’s a stipulation with the time travel – if you change anything in the past, then you can’t go back to present time … and there’s a love complication. End is, protagonist stays for love, but rewrites the script which is later found in dead Icon’s belonging. So the icon gets her real story told.

      on June 30, 2019.

      I think the idea itself is interesting. A modern look at 40’s Hollywood

      on July 1, 2019.
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