guswakeyLogliner Posted: September 12, 20192019-09-12T12:50:36+10:00 2019-09-12T12:50:36+10:00In: Drama When an exiled gangster turned priest discovers that his mother is dying, he must make peace with his ex partner in crime in order to return home. – Share Facebook 3 Reviews Voted Oldest Recent yqwertz 2 Loglines 108 Reviews 31 Best Reviews 5,069 Points View Profile Best Answer yqwertz Mentor 2019-09-13T01:10:02+10:00Added an answer on September 13, 2019 at 1:10 am Good logline that could be improved if you tell us what stands between the two men. E.g. When an exiled gangster turned priest discovers his mother is dying, he must make peace with the ex-partner he betrayed to the police before he can return home. 0 Share Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share on WhatsApp giannisggeorgiou 12 Loglines 130 Reviews 17 Best Reviews 4,741 Points View Profile Best Answer giannisggeorgiou Samurai 2019-09-13T05:00:45+10:00Added an answer on September 13, 2019 at 5:00 am There are a couple of things that bother me more than what stands between the two men. 1 First, the ACTION the protagonist must take: making peace. It is too general. How can he make peace with the ex partner in crime? Must he make amends for something that he did? Must he run an errand for the crime lord? Then, we ask again: How would that happen? Should he go and apologise? Or give the other man a share of money that he took for himself? Or what? The answer to the question how will he make peace must be an action that sustains about an hour of film time?the Second Act. And we need to see it in the logline. 2 The “priest” element does not pay of. It may pay off in the script, but I suggest you make the payoff evident (or implied) in the logline. Why a priest and not a green grocer? It must be more than just characterisation. It should offer some ironic relationship to what happens to him in the story. Perhaps the ex partner in crime comes for a confession? Or as a priest he doesn’t want to kill anymore? Why a priest? Make the “priest” element work. Otherwise name him “a retired ganster.” 0 Share Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share on WhatsApp dpg 105 Loglines 5,508 Reviews 554 Best Reviews 111,798 Points View Profile Best Answer dpg Singularity 2019-09-13T09:01:14+10:00Added an answer on September 13, 2019 at 9:01 am Hmm.? If the priest’s objective goal is to visit his mother, what is his subjective need for doing so? (Subjective needs are not usually explicitly stated in a logline, but it strengthens the logline when the subjective need is implicit.) 0 Share Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share on WhatsApp You must login to can add an answer. Username or email* Password* Captcha* Remember Me! Forgot Password?