March 01, 2005

Meet Bob and Joe

Well, I guess some of you do want to read the script I wrote. Hmm. I suppose I might as well post it. I won't have much time to blog until spring break anyway.

Just a quick introduction: As I said in the last post, this whole thing was an exercise in character-based writing, and it was largely stream-of-consciousness, so it most likely doesn't reflect the kind of films I'll be making as a professional. It's also much more obscene than anything I've ever posted on the blog, but compared to something like the South Park movie, it's pretty tame. However, it is rated R. You've been warned.

As far as the plot, I mentioned before that I had no idea where it was going to go, so it really surprised me a few times. At some points, it may seem like it was written by a crazy liberal (you'll understand when you see it), but in reality, I just decided to make fun of everyone instead of trying to send some kind of message. Nobody escapes from this thing without being made a fool of at least once (although I do tend to go easy on Joe, since he's basically a fictionalized version of myself).

Also, I'm planning on making several sequels. I'm not sure what they'll be about, but Bob and Joe are too funny to leave behind.

Now that I've done my traditional "introduce a piece of my art with boring explanations" routine, I'll post the script. It's pretty big, so I made it a PDF (I can make it into a text document if anyone has trouble with that). Click the link below to download it:

Bob and Joe: Back to Nature

Now available as a text file:
Back to Nature.rtf

Posted by CD on March 1, 2005 05:44 PM
Category: Writing
Semi-Intelligent Comments

"There is no spone." Mwheh. And I really enjoyed the gratuitous little crying boy scene. Bwahahaha!!!

Posted by: Army NCO Guy at March 2, 2005 10:31 AM

Can I count this as one of those "rave reviews" the pros are always talking about? Heh.

Posted by: CD at March 2, 2005 12:26 PM

"Four stars!"
"Two thumbs up!"
"You'll be at the edge of your seat!"
"A moving tearjerker!"

...let's see, what other power words can I come up with?

Posted by: Army NCO Guy at March 2, 2005 02:00 PM

Yay! I really do intend to read it.. but right now I'm drowning in studying for a "Non-Western Comparative Politics" exam ... I'm sure you understand.

Posted by: Katherine at March 2, 2005 09:39 PM

Oh, yes. Don't you love the workload this time of year? It's like the professors forget that you have other classes besides theirs.

Posted by: CD at March 2, 2005 09:49 PM

A text document would be nice fer me if it's no trouble! :)

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