Installment 7 starts with a flashback of Ryan walking into his Seattle work to find that Grace has been hired, unbeknownst to him. This sets up extreme office tension. There's a scene of Ryan recounting the story to Jack in the "present time." There are so many flashbacks as the script progresses, it can get a little confusing. In any case, Ryan is losing so much focus at work, his boss Greg is starting to get really frustrated with him. The dramatic tension tightens.
What do you think so far? Are there twists and turns in the plot that make you want to know what happens next? I'd love any feedback below!
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"Nothing is Lost" Part 7
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!
Jon DeWaal- Liminal Space
I met Jon when I was looking to make a career change. He was a friend of my roommate, and had just started his Liminal Space practice. I was an early client, and with Jon's help I first made my tentative first steps into filmmaking.
Jon is a gifted guide. I often refer to him as a life coach, but that's not really what he does. His passion for helping people through transitional phases in their life is also a deep part of who he is. He spends his time counseling others in one on one sessions, leading PIER groups, and facilitating learning workshops all at the PIER Learning Center at Liminal Space in Edmonds, Washington. This year he's launched a blog called, "Life Through Transitions," a weekly podcast that feels much like a one on one session with Jon.
My transition from my previous career to filmmaking hasn't been short, nor is it over. Jon has been a faithful guide to me for over 8 years, and hasn't given up on me even when I wanted to give up on myself. I'd highly recommend you giving the podcast a listen, and contact him if you are going through a transition in your life.