Sounds like a decent idea. Reminded me a bit of Donnie Darko sort of
but still with plenty of room for originality. It’s kinda hard to give advice
or criticism when you’re still in the early stages of it but since you say you
[quote]At the end of the movie Michael goes crazy and starts to chase and find Alex threw these huge woods.[/quote]
Isn’t he crazy the whole way through?
[quote]When Richey takes Michael in the past and in the future there will be a big white flash and suddenly everything will be in black and white.[/quote]
I’d leave these moments the same as the rest of the movie to kinda create confusion.
Make it alittle harder to tell what’s already happened, what’s happening now, and
what’ s going to happen. Make it get harder and harder to tell what’s real and what’s
not as Michael starts to lose touch with reality. Get the audience alittle more in Michael’s
It might be a cool twist if at the end of it we learn that neither Michael or Richey are real
they’re both personalities inside Alex’s head. Now that Michael’s gone it’s just Alex and Richey
fighting for control.
How long is this gonna be?