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Victor, the central character in this feature film screenplay in the Drama genre, nearly drowns as a young boy. In the present day of the script, Victor, an emotionally damaged cognitive scientist in his 50’s, obsessively pursues his quest to understand the meaning of visions he had during his near-death experience, scratching at fundamental truths of existence while his life deteriorates around him.

Equally thought provoking and fast-paced, this script works on many levels. It is a thoroughly enjoyable read that stays with you after the final words. It is sure to have audiences discussing, long after leaving the theater.


An absolutely enthralling tale with rich characters and emotive, effective dialogue; highly cinematic in scope in vision and incredibly original. Sejal and Victor are layered figures that enjoy a wealth of development and drive the narrative at a steady pace.”


The script blends an intriguing high-concept premise with a strong foundation in personal character drama, making “Victor” an engaging and thought-provoking piece of work.


A highly marketable screenplay due to its unique high-concept blend of science fiction and personal drama, offering a fresh narrative that delves into themes of trauma, loss, reconciliation, and interconnectedness. The well-structured plot, engaging characters, and well-crafted dialogue, along with a consistent tone that balances seriousness and emotional depth with moments of humor, contribute to its broad appeal. The theme of interconnectedness in an increasingly isolating world delivers a positive message, making Victor relatable to a diverse audience. These elements, combined with its thought-provoking narrative, position Victor as an attractive prospect for potential buyers in the film industry.

The husband and wife team behind We Speak Your Heart are published and prize-winning writers. As well as being irretrievably in love themselves, they have a deep respect for human dignity.

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