A Hitwoman for the Mob receives the ability to heal by the touch of her hands
I wrote the original Ironic Karma as a dark graphic novel with Lexa as super heroine saving the city from thugs and healing the needy, but went more mainstream when my screenplay teachers suggested it. I am 55, Traveled and lived in...
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I wrote the original Ironic Karma as a dark graphic novel with Lexa as super heroine saving the city from thugs and healing the needy, but went more mainstream when my screenplay teachers suggested it. I am 55, Traveled and lived in Europe, Cancer survivor, Mother of two grown children.
Reviews by janegordon 85
A review of Cuboby janegordon on 09/05/2011This film is perhaps the best short I've seen in months. I love everything about it, and that's rare! First, the film itself is beautiful - how it plays with light and shadow, adding to the archetypal images. The unspoken ideas of good - evil, may be ancient, but still work in the psyche of all, and is done in a visually stunning way in this film. I will certainly watch... read
A review of Life = Death = Lifeby janegordon on 09/05/2011I liked the concept, but= Life=Death=Life is a typical poem, one mans view on death, with nothing of real substance, just eludes to some depth when speaking of life's blemishes. He speaks with no real feeling, like a robot telling us about his philosophy on life. I think its best shown and not spoken, that seems to be the problem with many poets who want to show their craft... read
A review of Prodigalby janegordon on 08/04/2011While this script was formatted nicely, the characters were dull and I could not find myself liking any of them, which is necessary if you want your film made. The story line is too similar to Nightmare on Elm Street and It to be original. I was particularly bothered by the stereotypical way the character Bartholmew speaks. The dull dialog and the anger in all the characters,... read