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  The Film (ENTER)      
     

poster

conceptual poster

 
 

Annotation:
A desperate young man awakens trapped in a bizarre labyrinth with amnesia and sets out to solve the puzzle and find a way out, but has to play by the illogical rules of this nightmarish world and its quirky inhabitants.

Download the first few pages of the script...

   
  Tagline:
Every exit is an entrance
   
       
 

My take on the screenplay:
I have tried to create a screenplay for film that is a work of art, but does not remain uncomprehendable for most casual viewers. I wanted to challenge the audience intellectually and allow every person to create his somewhat personal interpretation of what he is seeing, by not leaving him as a static spectator, but actively involving him in the process. Although the genre of the film can be defined as 'psychological thriller' it is a search in the depths of fear, as one of the main human emotions. It was necessary for me to take a journey and research into all registered human phobias, fear neuroses and nightmares that every one of us happens to dream. I aimed at creating a screenplay that startles the viewer and engages him on a psychological level, without the need to use special effect for re-creating supernatural elements.

   
         
  Some of the conceptual drawings - artist Sava Tanev (click to enlarge)

 
         
  Opinions from people who have read the screenplay:

Undisclosed Hollywood screenwriter

“Enter” is a pretty unique screenplay. It is along the lines of a David Lynch or Fellini dream. This is more or less a meditation then a narrative, but studio executives and money men are finicky people already – they want to see something in a screenplay that will represent a return investment. You have a fragmented narrative that does not fit definition.

Iglika Trifonova, top Bulgarian director
I thought the script was wonderful - It reminded me of Fellini. However, as a director I can tell you that it will be very, very hard to find a producer for this type of film.

Kunal Badlani, Digitalis Entertainment, London
We thought your script was wonderful but we couldn't see a practical production solution at that time.

 
         
  Some of the location scouting photographs (click to enlarge)
tunnel corridor chair underground door
 
     
 

'ENTER' is a winner of the award 'Jameson Best Film Project'
during the International Festival of Film Art in Balchik