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Bernieke Fitts (Feature Film Screenplay)


Billy is the typical American teenage boy, believing he is entitled to much more than what he already has. When his cynical ideology collides into that of another raised with significantly contrasting values and a lottery ticket, he finds himself on a fast-paced, life-changing journey with moral, ethical, and even legal consequences. Not only are Billy’s classmates watching to see what happens, but so is the rest of the world.

Our Review:

This script will make a movie that will keep the audience engaged through out.The premise and first half are good but towards the second half the logic goes for a toss.

Billy shelters Bernie for a while from the rain and drops him home. One act of kindness shown by a stranger turns into many. The main characters learn to have empathy for each other and for themselves and mutually make positive changes in their lives.

It’s a simple and contained family drama. The script will make an excellent film if directed well, featuring good performance and a strong impression with its screenplay.

Writer - Eric Hine Amin is a cinema graduate from Iran. For the past few years, his focus has been on dramatic writing and festival management. He's also the founder of the Blue Circle organization. An artistic NGO dedicated to raising awareness on the issue of climate change.



  • Project Type: Screenplay

  • Genres: Drama, Comedy

  • Number of Pages: 120

  • Country of Origin: United States

  • Language: English

  • First-time Screenwriter: Yes

  • Student Project: No

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