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So before we get to today's subject, I wanted to tell you a little bit about Rick and me and how we began working together. My meaning is, you can obviously take the abbreviation path and just be reading about us on our writers page, but that's the Readerâs Digest release. Both of the shortscripts were written for entry to a review site named Movie Poet (R. I.P. on this great site), where each months a different theme was presented so you could compose a shortscript with up to five pages (and no more).
Someday â" April 13, 2013, to be precise â" I received an e-mail from Rick in which he asked me to look at a number of two pages of script he had inscribed. It should be the first of 1,316 e-mails (to date) we've shared about scripting and other related topics (Gmail stores every e-mail you've ever sent, I've discovered).
We reconnected after a few month rest and I gave him some comments and stories about his âTaking the Reinsâ features (for your information, producer, this is a great script â" please ask Rick for a reading!). Then in January 2014, we pledged to rewrite a feat from the ground up, and this resulted in a great featured script (in my impartial opinion) titled âAccording to Planâ?.
Two years later, after we had worked on many different ventures, I had a shortfilm made and worked with a filmmaker on a new version of one of his screenplays; Rick had done two movies and two shorts â" he was always such a lazybones â" I got an e-mail from a L.A. based production company who wanted to make âPlanmäßig.
After some discussions he chose to turn the movie into something else, much to our regret. So Rick and I wrote a whole new script, âThe Journeyersâ, and the producers try to find a filmmaker to lead the whole thing.
All I could do was post an whole blogsheet about the trial of this movie, but he definitely gave me the ideas to post the blogsheet for this script. During the cooperation Rick and I learnt a great deal from each other, and the interesting thing is that we never personally got to know each other.
The thing I learnt from Rick while typing is that we all brought different kinds of gift and talent to the desk. I' m more of an ideas type and I like to think about the whole thing, fucking the fucking expenses.
and I' m cranky. The Rick does great sub-text; I wouldn't know sub-text if he bite me in the lower areas. The only thing we have to do is give you a few differences of opinion that we had immediately before we even began sketching the script. I' m gonna get you next fucking try, Pragmatist Rick!
The next concept was to use flash-backs to tell the tale. Well, Rick wasn't exactly enthusiastic about the notion.