No Time Wasters by Robert j. Lee

Patron Exclusive Script

Failing the Bechdel Test

Two female characters meet in a cafe to talk about a man
and whether they lack dimension and agency


This week’s script is the first one available to read and produce exclusively to Two Pages a Week supporters.

I release a new script every week but from now on only one script a month will be available for free, the rest will be exclusive to Patrons. I have worked hard to try and make sure my patrons get their money’s worth.

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May – August

FEATURED FILM

May – August

Daisy finds an interesting cassette tape at a garage sale

Something I’m going to be doing now the website is back is highlighting films that have been made from the scripts.

The first featured film of 2018 is May – August directed by Aubri Wiscombe. May – August has been made more than any other script and it’s great to see different filmmakers having different takes on the material. I recommend checking out all the versions of it on the films page.

The script is included below.


May - August by Robert j Lee

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Blood Debt

Blood Debt

A hard-boiled detective is staring down the barrel of a gun when an old friend decides to pay their debt.

Two Pages a Week is officially back for 2018! Stay tuned for a few blog posts in the coming weeks but right now I thought it would obviously be fitting to open with a script.

This one was really just a fun one to stretch the long-dormant muscles in that part of my brain that is responsible for writing shorts. Sometimes as a way to warm up if I’m blocked or haven’t written anything for a long time I will pick a genre I like, in this case a detective thriller, and cram as many cliches into it as I can. It’s a lot of fun and sometimes the results are pretty neat.

So here it is, 2018’s first two pager (which clocks in at a whopping 5 pages!) Let me know what you think of Blood Debt!

Blood Debt by Robert j Lee

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