Jake – A 17 year-old hemophiliac in a virtual interactive discussion group Job # 143494

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Job # 143494 Jake – A 17 year-old hemophiliac in a virtual interactive discussion group

Posted Date
May 19, 2015 @ 15:35
Respond By
May 25, 2015
Word Count
Conversational, Youthful
English (North American)
Age Range

Job Description

This is an interactive simulation that uses video game technology to help patients deal with chronic diseases.
Since this work is for a proprietary software application, an NDA must be signed before work can commence.
Jake is one of three young men with hemophilia who have volunteered to discuss their experiences with other hemophiliacs. The focus of their conversations has to do with the issues hemophiliacs must go through when they are transitioning from living at home to independence and making a life out on their own. During the course of the simulation Jake and his friends Chris (25) and Marcus (19) will discuss various topics that are selected by the user and guided by a virtual nurse-moderator who knows them well.
Jake is a 17 year-old high-school student who feels certain that he knows all that he needs to in order to get out and live on his own. He's grown up learning to manage his hemophilia, but with lots of assistance from his mom. Her conscientious approach has helped Jake avoid any serious episodes ("bleeds") thus far. Jake is smart and quick –witted if not a bit over-confident. He's also a somewhat typical teenager in that he rarely says a few words if a monosyllabic grunt will serve the same purpose.
The attached script includes a few general directorial comments ([in brackets]) throughout. In each of the sample dialogs, Jake's lines have been highlighted for easy reference.
Audio should be recorded in high/CD-quality WAV format with one or two takes of each line. We do not require the actor to export lines individually, so the final audio may be delivered in several large files that will be cut up and processed here at Syandus.
Final recorded lines are subject to client, sponsor and medical-legal team review, so some pickups are usually required after the original takes are submitted.

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