At the end of a street in London, opposite a school, is a house. In that house, Ryan has lived alone for many years... more
I live in Romford, just outside London. I'm currently a part time sales assistant and i'm about to begin a Degree in Creative Writing. I have always loved films, and i'm open to all genres and types. If i had space for...
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I live in Romford, just outside London. I'm currently a part time sales assistant and i'm about to begin a Degree in Creative Writing. I have always loved films, and i'm open to all genres and types. If i had space for a sixth favourite it would be Elephant. I have a good network of friends and a great girlfriend. I hope to become a succesful screenwriter in the British film industry, and possibly direct my own films one day, as i think i'd be very good at it. I'm currently working on 4 scripts but i don't plan on uploading any of my work here. I'm only here to sample others' work.
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Reviews by danjama 23
A review of Nice Boyby danjama on 07/11/2010This story reminded me very much of Holden Caulfield in "Catcher In The Rye", and could almost be an excerpt from a follow on. That is, until it takes the unexpected dark turn. I could never imagine Holden doing this, even with all of his adolescent anguish and confusion. Where the hell did that come from? There is absolutely no clues dropped, to tell us that something like... read
A review of Flamingo Plazaby danjama on 07/11/2010First, I'll get this off my chest - You don't know how much of a pleasure and relief it is to read a short story by someone who has a clear grasp on sentence structure, and how it can be used to control the tempo and emotion of a paragraph. This was the first thing I noticed. This is a big thing for me, and it made the story so much more pleasurable to read. This is really... read
A review of Selling the Voidby danjama on 06/18/2010That stands for, you're a good film-maker. I really enjoyed this short film. The concept is fresh, yet ludicrous, and offers maximum comedy value. The film had a very genuine documentary feel to it; the quick-zoom to catch Scotty's reactions, for example. The soundtrack went very well with it, and the sound quality was excellent. The whole piece was technically sound. I... read