20th Century Women: A Screenplay

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  • Title: 20th Century Women: A Screenplay
  • Author: Mike Mills
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 324
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    One thought on “20th Century Women: A Screenplay”

    1. I really enjoyed this script, but it failed to captivate me fully as I found it a little confusing. Whether it was the complexity of the format, or the fact that it's solely character driven, I can't pinpoint at this moment.It was still a nice read, and I'm definitely watching the movie tonight.

    2. 20th Century Women, written and directed Mike Mills20th Century Women is an eccentric, often loveable, provocative, outlandish, outré comedy drama.The film was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay and two Golden Globes:Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy and Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or ComedyThere are moments when Jamie aka Lucas Jade Zumann and his mother, Dorothea Fields aka Annette Bening, appear to live in paradise.At other [...]

    3. Much more of a character based script than a plot based one. Aside from some of the irritating format issues it knows how to handle VOs and is full of personality.

    4. Love Mike Mills, loved the film (thought it was one of 2016's best), so I read the screenplay. And it is great, as the film is. Surprisingly not much in the way of deleted/changed scenes. It's pretty exact and intact. Sadly, no extras in the book either. I liked that this phrase came up often: "he/she is affected more than he/she expected."

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