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Outlined In Chalk (Feature Film Screenplay)

Synopsis

Jobless Calvin and pregnant Shantel are in a rocky relationship. Calvin's struggling to rid his criminal lifestyle. Shantel's struggling to support Calvin's rap career. Calvin is a local rapper named C-Rip and represents the rap group R4W (Ready 4 War). R4W is currently committed to local underground label Bleed 2 Def Records, but they're strongly under consideration for rival record label Blackheart Records which is owned by smart but shady businessman Nick Warner. Nick is also a former friend and business partner of Bleed 2 Def's CEO Big Time. After some artist and music get stolen and innocent people literally get caught in the cross fire, the rivalry turns deadly. Things turn deadlier when Calvin sleeps with a rival's girlfriend and she ends up pregnant.


Our Review

Outlined in Chalk' by Karinthal T McCray, attempts to talk about loyalty and trust, and such a theme is clearly evident. It also talks about the troubles faced by young black men who are exposed to guns, drugs and crime at a very tender age, and how music is one of the only ways out for them. Such a plot is also very clear. Overall, there is a clear flow in the script but removing few characters and making the main characters stronger would have helped the story much more. Overall its a good screenplay to read.


Karinthal McCray Writer


Specifications

  • Project Type: Screenplay, Television Script

  • Genres: Action, Drama, Crime, Music

  • Number of Pages: 118

  • Country of Origin: United States

  • Language: English

  • First-time Screenwriter: No

  • Student Project: No


























































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