In this week's episode, we meet Ryan's psychologist. We find out a bit of what Ryan is struggling with. Then we go to an awkward internet date, in which Ryan tries to be interested in someone who isn't his type. We spend some time with Ryan at work again, and end at the psychologists office.
I wrote a lot of montages in the script. Originally, they were there while some popular song played. The idea was to tug on your heartstrings with songs that had lyrics that were appropriate to the unfolding plot. Now that the songs aren't there, the montages don't make as much sense to me. As you read more and more of the script in the coming weeks, I'd be interested in your take on the use of montages throughout, and what needs to change to grow the audience's emotional involvement in the story.
The document is posted below, but if you don't have access to it, feel free to click on the link.
"Nothing is Lost" Part 2
In every post, I'll be featuring a person or company that deserves some attention. I'm excited for who you are going to meet!
I had the privilege of working with Sandra on a short film I wrote and directed called "The Lost Wallet" with E4:9 Films. She was a true professional, and was a joy to work with on set. Her excitement for her role and support for the short film added to the quality of the film. I hope that I get to work with Sandra in the future!
Her IMDB profile is impressive (she was in a Portlandia episode!), and she'll continue to add new and exciting roles as time goes on. I'm excited to see where she is headed as an actor, and invite you to follow her career.