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E.C. Henry

LOVE the illustration of Shane Black's work. VERY poetic. Really illustrates your point of Shane Black's confidence and dedication to his work.

And I'm with you, Billy, the opening line of a widow plane being assaulted by snowflakes is a great opening line. As a fellow writer, I'm jealous. When you think of Shane Black you think of GREAT ACTION SEQUENCES; who knew he was a poet too?! But after reading this post, and your earlier one; you did.

Though by the end of the writing on the scripts I've worked on I feel I know my story well enough to adaquately interface with anyone of any skill level, this post really challenges me to take my writing to a higher lever with confidence polishes; that accent the poetic side of screenwriting.

- E.C. Henry from Bonney Lake, WA

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Really enjoyed the series of tips Billy. Very helpful.

It's so funny, it sometimes seems that the more you work on a screenplay the more you realize you haven't even scratched the surface.

You can always dig deeper.

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