reply to post by TheMythLives
Great idea about the animals, Myth! Maybe we can have the animals be the first threat...then earthquakes...asteroids...tsunamis...and eventually,
human vs human...then we can send in the visitors to clean up the remaining. As far as the central characters POV, not sure yet.
I'm gonna paste something in here that a member and I were talking about over u2u. We were talking about how the initial story layout would flow.
Here you go guys...tell me what you think: In regards to the love interest.
I'm somehow seeing her making an appearance towards the end of the film....she's kind of like a "reward" for making the right choices.
Once he has gone through the act of "weeding out" the undesirable - (everyone who tries to tempt him with ideas and choices that our protagonist
knows in his heart are wrong/not right)
he finds himself alone - he gets kind of lonely and wants someone to share his new reality with...
So, he and the creator team up and through the teaching of the creator, the man learns how to "create like the creator" does.
Because our hero is a decent man, the creator allows this - and voila - the love interest appears. She's beautiful, innocent, and loving.
The process then begins of the hero and the girl working together creating new things - new types of beauty.
They work together, and a new eden slowly is born.
* I'm overwhelmed with how this would work visually, and it needs a little finesse and fine tuning....for special effects and how to visually show
how their love begins to manifest new things.
I'll drop another idea as they come to me...
Holy #!!! Wow...um...you should probably post things like that in the thread. It would lend to the creative inspiration floating around in there. You
know, get the other members creative engine running. My god...ok listen...back in the thread me and another guy were talking about how maybe in the
first film, we could throw him in an asylum and then at the end he would find out that he was right all along about solipsism. And then in the 2nd
film we could demonstrate his initial contact with the creator and the eventual destruction of mankind blah blah blah...refer back to the first page
of the thread for a refresher. Now...the love interest...also I want you to think about the definition of solipsism when you read this...in the 1st
film, it's his belief that he's the only one that exists. We could make her as peculiar as he is in the 1st film. But...she would never ever confirm
or deny that he has gone mad. She just stands by and watches him fall apart, so to speak. At the end of the 1st film, his beliefs are confirmed when
he gains access to supernatural abilities which allow him to brake out of the asylum and run home to her to prove that he wasn't crazy. 2nd
film...She remains unsurprised...and then he is contacted by the creator and given his choice...destroy mankind and become a deity or...fight for
them...fight for her...and perish with them and the rest of the world. He fights for them with his new found abilities and passion for mankind and his
love for her. During this process, she continues to remain as peculiar as always...quiet and cute...seemingly
innocent...unsurprised...unworried...determined to maintain her heroes life for the sake of mankind, she gives her life for him. He fights with all
his passion against the evils set upon the population by this so called evil god. Knowing full well the chances of survival for mankind and himself
are 0, he fights. The battle is over. The population of mankind is gone. He lays there in all the earths destruction battered and bloodied...when the
creator contacts him again with a tear in his eye...the so called evil God reveals his love to him...still alive and beautiful and innocent as
ever...the truth is revealed. He was never alone. She existed with him as a guide of sorts. Knowing the destruction of mankind HAD to happen in order
for the 2 of them to advance. They both demonstrated the ultimate sacrifice and unconditional love for mankind...advancing them to become Gods. Ok
GE...now we're at a fork. Either we can make them Gods and co-create a civilization of their own (possible tag line for the film: This is how Gods
are made) or they could be like how Adam and Eve were. Probably the first one, right? Seems to have a little more depth and it answers the age old
question; who made God? Remember, nothing is set in stone and that I'm open to your thoughts.
Ok guys there you have it. I thought it was a great message so I had to show you guys. I hope this member doesn't get mad about this hahaha