How to write a script in five minutes

Posted October 02, 2018 06:23:18 I was sitting at my desk, watching my laptop monitor, typing away, when my phone rang.

It was my friend.

I knew he was on the other end of the line, because I had a text message.

He was looking for someone to teach me a new script he wrote for a film he had been working on, he said.

I looked up and said, “What’s that?”

He looked at me, smiled and said “It’s called A Night With You.”

He told me that he wanted to teach it to me, so I wrote it down on a pad and handed it to him.

I had no idea how to script a script, he explained, so he gave me a brief synopsis.

He said that he had a friend who was an assistant director on his film, so we needed to teach him the script.

I thought it was a lot of work, so after a few minutes, I got up and headed to my apartment, which was in a different part of the city.

The next day I took the script with me to a production meeting, where we had two days to write the script and edit it.

It took me a little bit longer than I expected, so it took me three days to get the script finished, he told me.

He had an idea for a movie called The Night With The Moon, about a group of friends who decide to have a night out to celebrate their birthday, so the group is forced to go to the moon and get a look at it.

The script has a lot going for it, he continued.

The cast is all white, the actors are all white and the music is pretty generic, but it’s fun.

It has some humor, and I’m a little scared of the script because of how it’s written, but I’m glad I went through the trouble to teach myself how to write it.

I can’t wait to start writing my next script, which is about a woman who is dating a man who is black.

It’s a fun script, and it’s also funny, and all my friends have said they love it.

How to script in 10 minutes: a script from a script writer for a script I wrote