A Tale that Needs Telling
Lucy is a loner trying to forget her past. The kids at school say she’s a nut case, but they don’t understand how tough it is to make friends when you’re battling the forces of darkness on the side.
Her only acquaintance is an imaginary friend, and he’s not a friend at all. In fact Scarecrow is her worst enemy. He’s got a death grip on her dreams, leveraging his legions of creeps to prey on her fear.
Is she the victim of an overactive imagination, or is there something more?
Enter the misfits, a rag tag bunch of outcasts just like Lucy. They may be geeks, nerds, and dweebs by day, but they’re superheroes by nightmare, and together, these misfits might be all Scarecrow can handle.
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Only A Dream is one of the best screenplays I have read this year – and I have read hundreds. We have great characters, many thrilling scenes, excellent character arcs, escalating tension, lots of scares and thrills, a brilliant first 10 pages (something that is so important but often not achieved) and not a single page was a boring read. The action set pieces were great and kept on coming. The pages emoted well too. And the ending was brilliantly handled. RECOMMEND!
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[Only A Dream] is far from being just for kids. It contains just the right balance of action, drama, and intrigue, and viewers will be fixated with the animation that accompanies this story. Only A Dream has all the ingredients of an instant classic…
Acute Angle Media