How The Other Half Live by Michael Kitlas | Script Revolution

How The Other Half Live



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What happens when a man, down on his luck, takes "people watching" on the train a little too far?

Javier is struggling to make ends meat and find a job. Green with envy, he watches rich people, and those better off than him enter the train. He becomes fascinated with one gentleman in a tuxedo. The need to know what this man is doing and his jealously drive Javier to follow the man off the train, just to see how the other half live.

Submitted: June 13, 2019
Last Updated: January 22, 2020
Times Downloaded: 14
Last Downloaded: January 22, 2020

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The Writer: Michael Kitlas

A sales trainer once told me, "A man only gets to use an exclamation point once in his life." I used to write merely as an outlet. After taking classes with Gotham Writer's Workshop, and with Jacob Krueger at his studio, I fell in love with the craft. Writing each and every day has become my "exclamation point." What's yours? How The Other Half Live : -Los Angeles Film Awards Winner: Best Thriller Screenplay. -WeScreenplay Shorts Contest: Semifinalist. -Manhattan Short Film Festival: Semifinalist. -Scriptation Showcase: Semifinalist. Go to bio
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