The Perfect Time by Scott Nelson | Script Revolution

The Perfect Time

When a brilliant woman realizes that the whole world has changed on the eve of executing the first manned test of time travel. staying alive is the least of her problems.

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Susan Tolliver is brilliant. Having invented the Tachyon Cascade, she has created the means to make time travel a reality. Now, it is the eve of the first manned test, and she is ready to change history.

But odd things start to happen in her lab. She receives a cryptic, and frightening note from the future, written in her own blood. A stranger appears in the time travel chamber and starts to shoot up the place. Someone wants to stop her, but it isn’t clear who.

As she is preparing for her big day, she awakes to find that all has changed. Her lab is no longer her lab. The entire mission and technology seem to have changed. Someone has changed everything, and only she and two others seem aware.

And on top of everything else, her long-dead love seems to now be alive and calling the shots.

And she is about to discover Maddie, the 10-year-old girl will abilities she can't imagine, and the secret society that is behind everything, and is pulling all the strings.

Submitted: May 13, 2020
Last Updated: May 13, 2020

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The Writer: Scott Nelson

Award-winning writer of features and shorts. Work is sometimes a bit edgy and often has a twist. I believe that good screenplays make us deal with hard issues, and change us for the better. I am looking for vehicles to connect with other writers and producers. Currently working as a technology analyst, so I especially like looking at the impact technology has on society. Also interested in general in using stories to talk about issues with Society, and helping to effect positive change. Also willing to discuss turning any of these shorts into features. If interested, let me know. Heavily influenced by Rod Serling, Ray Bradbury, Harlan Ellison, and Phillip K. Dick. Currently, I have forty-... Go to bio
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