dandirtyfool 

member since 05/08/2011 | last login 08/28/2012

I am a graduate of Webster University's Film School St. Louis. Worked as a freelance P.A. immediately after college in and around St. Louis....

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I am a graduate of Webster University's Film School St. Louis. Worked as a freelance P.A. immediately after college in and around St. Louis.

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Reviews by dandirtyfool 7

  • A review of The Fortune Cookies
    by dandirtyfool on 08/28/2012
    My line by line assestment; Pg. 1 – Julie is dreaming about singing in an opera. If her dream is to become an opera singer, it is not shown in the story. What does her mother represent in the dream? Generally people represent a part of the dreamer. Doris, Julie's mother, transforms from a handsome man yet she is groggy, dirty, bitter, and mean looking. Pg. 8 – Sandra... read
  • A review of Optimistic 9
    by dandirtyfool on 03/31/2012
    Maybe I'm one of those people who don't quite get it. I have to admit I had trouble following the story. The symbolism overweighs the actual story in my opinion. In the end, the cutting of the throat was significant to the story however there wasn't much context to keep my attention. I really don't like to read about a movie just to understand what really happened and this... read
  • by dandirtyfool on 10/30/2011
    Demeter and Persephone The first paragraph was written beautifully. The description of Demeter was very well done. The reader can get a good idea of what this character looks like. The writing was done quite well however a few character descriptions can add to the story and clarity. The reader looked for more description of the passengers on the train and the train... read
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Comments About dandirtyfool 2

  • Paul Baynes on 08/29/2012

    Thanks for the review of The Fortune Cookies. It was rewritten and renamed as The Goodmother Cookies and was nominated for Screenplay of the Month (came 2nd!) It was a few years ago and have now started my own tv production company (www.delicioustelevision.co.uk) And it was mainly thanks to the reviewers at Triggerstreet who helped and encouraged me to continue writing. Best of luck and thanks again. Paul
  • f-ceska on 10/31/2011

    Hi and thank you for taking the time to read and review 'Demeter and Persephone'. I'm glad you appreciated it.
    Good luck with yours,
    Francesca

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