"You never forget your firstlove, no matter how hard you try."
INDYATMN was born and raised in New York by a family of expatriate oxen. In college, INDY foolishly chose to pursue a BA in psychology which promptly insured a lifetime of failure. He took several classes at the New School in New...
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INDYATMN was born and raised in New York by a family of expatriate oxen. In college, INDY foolishly chose to pursue a BA in psychology which promptly insured a lifetime of failure. He took several classes at the New School in New York - just enough to finish a short film, The Tailor, which despite being a 16mm non-synch film still managed to drain him of whatever money he had not spent on liquor and a lifetime of cross-dressing fantasies. Film is EXPENSIVE! He has spent the last few years working in social services by day and working on scripts/fighting crime at night. Two of his scripts made it into this year's Project Greenlight's Top 250, and it should be noted he spent hours racking his brain over whether or not he should've included that piece of information. Let's see if "Honesty is the Best Policy" works out for this joker. His newest script is even better, or so he'd have us believe.
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A review of Immortal Love Pt.1by INDYATMN on 01/13/2005You write really good action sequences ESP. at the school. You manage to incorporate each of the school settings into the action. Don't give up on writing b/c Hollywood needs better writers of action.Here are some flaws though: The lighter triggering the explosion is too ridiculous, very B movie; WHY does Jared put a choker on? Maybe have one of the girls do it. He has no reason... read
A review of Sarah Smilesby INDYATMN on 01/03/2005I was listening to Peter Gabriel's Up album when I read most of this so that may be why I liked it so much. I'm normally turned off by stories that are "sweet" or "touching" with stock characters like a bully, but this one moved me. Major question though: What actually did happen with Sarah's mother? The script made me think the father was lying, but I can' tbe sure. If you... read
A review of HEARTBREAKERby INDYATMN on 03/19/2003First off: The placement of the opening violence time-wise (you sort of work backwards with the hours and introducing characters) is brilliant. Never lose your opening structure. I like Sarah (how could you not) and I like the whole first half. You start losing me as the story progresses. Problems - The deputy allowing Sarah to proceed with her plan to rescue Meagan and Jen... read