A teenage boy waits for his mother to take him to school. She’s been thirteen years.
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I've made a couple of short films, but have finally got back to rewriting my longer script....
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I've made a couple of short films, but have finally got back to rewriting my longer script.
Reviews by K Jones 62
A review of Off Bookby K Jones on 10/16/2011This was an enjoyable light read with lots of potential. It seems quite original to do a funky modern comedy set in the world of the theatre (rather than film which would have been too much of an in-joke). I enjoyed the first third, as I felt I was with Michael’s experience. He and Rick are likeable losers. The plan to write the play also made sense. You want them to succeed... read
A review of Puzzle Man V4by K Jones on 12/06/2008At the heart of this script is quite an outlandish narrative concept. You either go with it, or you don’t. I did, just about, because the script didn’t take itself too seriously and the alternative reality near the end of the script is a marvellous idea and a truly original scene. I liked the fact that the earlier explosions were a prelude to something bigger and unknown. I... read
A review of The Shadow Hill Massacreby K Jones on 11/20/2008This is an extremely well written script. It has a completely original take on a well worn horror genre. What’s most impressive is the understanding that the best horror pics are underpinned by real human trauma. The best example I can think of to compare to is The Shining. These “old” people are desperate to cling onto their lives. It’s best characterised by Sally with her... read