When a wallflower is tired of being overlooked and underestimated, she sets out on a journey of self-discovery to come off the wall and out of her shell.

When a wallflower is tired of being overlooked and underestimated, she sets out on a journey of self-discovery to come off the wall and out of her shell.

Penpusher Posted on June 15, 2019 in Drama.
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    “A journey of self-discovery”  is vague both in terms of action and  goal.   It can mean any one of 100,001  activities in pursuit of 100,001  goals.  She could choose a journey of self-discovery that entails scaling El Capitan without  her bare hands, no rope ( as in “Free Solo”)  Or a journey of self-discovery with the objective goal of hiking the length of the Pacific Rim Trail (as in “Wild”).  Or live for a summer in the Alaskan wilderness (as in “Into the Wild”).

    Or…?

    Which one  journey does she take toward  a concrete objective goal for the subjective purpose of self-discovery?  Exactly what does she do to come out of her shell?  What is the visual for “journey of self-discovery”?  What will that look like, how will that unfold on the screen?

    The logline needs to be specific.

    Singularity Answered on June 15, 2019.
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      Any reason you focus on the wallflower as a “she”? And does this have effect on her actions in the story?

       

      Penpusher Answered on June 16, 2019.
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