Originally posted on First Scene Screenplay Festival: Watch the September 2016 Winning 1st Scene Screenplay. OLD BONES Written by Dermott Hayes SYNOPSIS: Genre: Fantasy, Crime, Drama We lose our soul when we bury the dead without dignity and for the sake of manna. Two brothers are caught in a dilemma of conscience, to lose their… via…Read more Sept. 2016 Winner: OLD BONES by Dermott Hayes — Matthew Toffolo’s Summary
This is my short film screenplay, performed by Wildsound festival actors this month.
Watch the September 2016 Winning 1st Scene Screenplay.
Written by Dermott Hayes
Genre: Fantasy, Crime, Drama
We lose our soul when we bury the dead without dignity and for the sake of manna. Two brothers are caught in a dilemma of conscience, to lose their jobs or their souls.
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What is your screenplay about?
It’s about devalued morals and the cheap currency of souls. People put so little value on their souls, they will trade them for a job and diminish the world they live in, as a result.
What genres does your screenplay fall under?
Contemporary Film Noir Drama
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