Matthew Toffolo: What is your screenplay about?
Luqman Raymond Whittinger: The Shadow Prince tells the tale of a woman’s struggles in an age when women and children were considered little more than chattels. Her dream is to escape a broken home by seeking secure marital bliss. She rebuilds her relationship with her estranged mother. Ten her dream courtier partner is taken away when she encounters a royal plan to head off an impending republic. She struggles amid her duty towards her betters and the deference they deserve. Having no choice; unable to resist; she falls in a head-spinning journey towards unpredictable outcomes.
The screenplay is based on stories my grandmother told me as a child about my grandfather’s life and his family. As unbelievable as they were they checked out and were enriched through later research and historical court gossip.
2. What genres does your screenplay fall under?
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