SAC 309 90-second pitch

SAC 309 90-second pitch - Sasha Wang SAC 309 The Screenplay...

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Sasha Wang SAC 309 The Screenplay as Literature Victor Fanucchi 10/21/09 90-Second Pitch: RealiCom dark comedy Logline: The perverted and chauvinistic head writer of a popular sitcom awakens to find he's trapped in his own show where he wields the power of a god, but when his snoopy landlord finds out, he must manage to keep his powers a secret from the rest of the world in order to maintain his status Act I: When Bruce wakes up in the bed of his character in his sitcom, he realizes he is not on a television set and the world of his sitcom about bachelors in Chicago becomes a reality. He is god of this fictional world and as long as nobody finds out, he maintains his powers to control it via Microsoft Word on his laptop. Bruce hope this lasts forever. Bruce writes on his laptop, “prostitution is legal.” He looks outside, and there are prostitutes situated on every block. Little does he know that his landlord who lives next door has installed hidden cameras in his apartment and finds out. The snoopy landlord threatens Bruce that if he
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