Posted by www.DavidBroitman.com at 18.104.22.168 on March 31, 2001 at 09:42:17:
In Reply to: Dr. Smith I need you as my script mister. posted by BrianLynch on March 29, 2001 at 12:47:16:
Dear Mr. Lynch,
I love your sarcasm. If I was a girl, your clever sarcasm would give me a thunderous orgasm. Anyways, I think I'll end up working with Kevin Smith someday, because I know he would understand and appreciate the style of screenwriting that I have and vice versa. To be honest (I usually am anyway), I didn't know who Kevin Smith was until I saw the Dogma movie. Then I immediately went to rent out Clerks, Chasing Amy and Mallrats. I was truly inspired, to the point that I started writing my first script. I never cared to write scripts until I saw how well his films did. I realized that some sick and clever humor can be apprecaited by a mass audience.
Oh well, if you have a couple of hours to take a look at my script, you're more than welcome. Let me know at DavidBroitman@email.com I wish my name was Brightman though. What's in a name anyway? Perhaps some fame...someday?
A Sweet Pleasure,
: Anyone wanting to see a TRUE independent spirit should go to www.davidbrightman.com and experience the magic for him or her or itself.
: You get an awesome synopsis of Brigtman's newest script, which involves a hip young pharmacist and deflowering a virgin (OR IS SHE?) and a fantastic trip to Nevada. I'm serious, look out.
: Also, Mr. Brightman gives his email addy if you have "questions about screenwriting". Brightman is the way to go, yo. I had a question, "Mr. Brightman, how do I come off as really professional to OTHER professionals?" But that's already answered by his above post, "Kid, go to that professional's web board and post a plea for his help on screenwriting. That's how the pros do it" and then there's a wink and a nod of Mr. Brightman's fantastic head and he's off on his white horse (or is it a GREEN HORSE, because green is the color of all that is good, like money or nature or David Brightman's middle name! See, Dave-bo, I read your website, I'm one with the Brightmania) to help another.
: Or check out a picture of the fantastic David Brightman. Surely someone who posts on a public web board asking a screenwriter for help and has such a fantastic web site must be all of six or seven years old, yes? No sir, David Brightman looks to be about in his mid-twenties. God speed, Mr. Brightman. Or should I say David Brightman-speed, Mr. God.
: Check it out. PA WARS has a new friend.
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