Synopsis: Nate is destroyed by a recent tragedy and is working to cope with the world around him, defined in the simplest way he can find. Six quarters to wash a load of laundry, five to dry it. Nothing is even. He has to stay clean.
To lose a loveable partner is miserable but it’s unimaginably worst to be the reason for the loss. The script is well build from start to end. Transition between past to present is well narrated. Nate‘s frustration and his emotions consumed with guilt is absolutely relatable. But drugs and suicide is not the only solution. And what is the relevance of the repetitive lines of washing and drying here? Overall it was a great read and a well written screenplay.
Writer Biography - Joshua Allen US Army veteran and BFA graduate of the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, Joshua Marc Allen has been finding paths to pursue writing and film making his entire life. After moving to Los Angeles, Josh worked behind the scenes on a series of films for the Lifetime Channel. Following that, he went independent; writing and directing 'Fixer' and 'Escape'. Following the outbreak of Covid-19, Josh relocated to Atlanta and now continues to work to build a new production team and has begun work on preproduction of his next feature film.
Project Type: Short Script
Country of Origin: United States
First-time Screenwriter: No
Student Project: No