Before I even started writing Point of It All (completed 8 October 2015) which is my 26th Screenplay, I had researched some of the key elements extensively. As the work progressed, it became very clear that one of the main aspects of it is the importance of relating to all things living or not. The fact that some parts are inspired by Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey made the writing process enjoyably challenging as I didn’t want to come off stilted like Kubrick. In addition to employing organic screenwriting, a seamless flow was also an important technique in Point of It All.
The underlying story weaves in and out in classic fashion to keep the audience focused from start to finish. It became paramount that all the characters in this work are highly identifiable by the global population. I also strategically introduced Shakespearean Point of View which will answer all meaning if doubted by any expert. The outcome of the sum of this work is simultaneously simplistic and profound.