This week's episode finishes Ryan's drive home after the tough night he just had. We flash back to Ryan in college, on a date with Penny talking about their respective majors. Then we flash forward to 20's Ryan at a bar, where he meets Jack. The two have an awkward conversation (needs significant rewriting!), and ends with Ryan heroically coming to the aid of a young woman in distress.
Jack is a major character in the rest of the script, and his introduction and friendship building with Ryan is key. I'd love your feedback on the Ryan and Jack scene, as it changes the course of Ryan's life, and the resulting plot as it unfolds.
The document is posted below, but if you don't have access to it, feel free to click on the link. As always, I welcome your thoughts below!
"Nothing is Lost" Part 4
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 first met Ed Hartman when Bernard and I were looking for someone to score our first short film ("Those In Need"). Ed was really helpful, and very understanding that our short film was low budget. He worked with us to create a score that fit the film perfectly at an affordable rate. We liked his work so much, he also scored our second film, "The Lost Wallet".
Ed's IMDB profile is impressive! His music is on films and shows such as; "The Blind Side", "Rise", and "Brooklyn Nine-Nine". Check out the listing on IMDB and listen for his music when you see those shows and movies. I'm excited for where Ed is going in his composing career!