COMEDY Best Scene of OPPOSITES, by Akil Goin & Kareem Richardson




NARRATOR: Becky Shrimpton
Marilyn: Salma Dharsee
Stephanie: Mahtab Sabet
Zoe: Kate Varadi
Waiter: Allan Brunet
Dave: Merlin Simard
Ben: Scott Beaudin

Get to know the writer:

1. What is your screenplay about?

Opposites is the story of a tough-as-nails careerwoman finding something she was missing in a laid back coffee shop barista that’s nearly half her age and has its hijinx when all their kooky, quirky friends get involved. Opposites is about love being blind, and brings back the lightheartedness and fun in surviving a set of complex and ironic misunderstandings. It challenges our expectations and presumptions of modern romance.

2. What genres does your screenplay fall under?

 Romantic Comedy, Comedy

3. Why should this screenplay be made into a movie?

 Farcical comedies that use lust, wordplay and mistaken identity as a formula for fun haven’t been toyed with at great length all century, and this film…

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