Dune, Choke, Making a Good Script Great
Middle Aged (35-54)
British (England - Cockney, Estuary, East End)
North American (General)
North American (US General American - GenAM)
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what of the woman and the boy? Pitre The Baron asked any word yet. Pitchers tongue darted over his lips. You've heard something? The Baron snapped. What? Peter glanced at the guard captain. Back to the Baron. The men who were sent to do the job, my Lord. They've been found. Well, they report everything satisfactory. They're dead, my Lord. The next time I go visit my mom, I'm still fred Hastings her old public defender and she keeps me yakking all afternoon until I tell her I'm still not married. And she says, that's a shame. Then she turns on the television, some soap opera, you know, real people pretending to be fake people with made up problems being watched by real people to forget their real problems. The next visit, I'm still fred but married and with three Children, that's better. But three Children, three is too many people should stop it too. She says the next visit I have to a workable subplot adds dimensionality to a script. Subplots give the protagonists and opportunity to smell the flowers, fall in, love to enjoy a hobby to learn something new. Subplots are usually relationship stories, whereas the plot is usually an action story. A good subplot pushes the plot line, often changing the plot's direction.
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