The long process of story and rewrite as only Phill Barron could tell.
One of the problems with writing a film script is the length of time it takes to write/produce versus the length of time it takes to read/watch.*
A script of 110 pages may take an hour/hour and a half to read# but it probably took the best part of a year to write from spark of conception to final draft. Sometimes longer. I have a script due to go into production which began life in 2009 or maybe even 2008. The first six months was an intense period of rewriting and thrashing things out. Everything since then has been periodic rewrites to accommodate various cast members as they get attached or to please an array of investors/producers/whims as they appear and disappear.
Coming back to a script after a couple of years of not thinking about it is an enlightening and terrifying experience.
“Why did I think that
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