An Excerpt from ‘The Local’ – A Feature Film Screenplay By Peter Boydell

Four teenage boys skip school and play gangsters, but when a tetchy, Greek kebab shop owner flips, the boys get involved in something dark.

On this page, Paul (a white-van-man and the older brother of our hero) is temporarily back on good terms with his boss, Glen. They’re heading to measure a roller shutter. Unbeknownst to Paul, he’s heading straight back towards the grill.

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Follow the links to read original screenplay excerpts by blog author, copywriter, screenwriter and filmmaker Peter Boydell and follow him on Instagram @lovescreenwriting

Red Moon – Two badass girl DJ’s are nailing a dream gig at a Goan beach festival until they get on the wrong side of a new Russian club drug and a mysterious group of Indian kids.

Sunday League – When the manager of a rough, local, Sunday League football team dies, a vicar steps into his boots and begins a journey to reclaim his joy in life.

Follow the links for script coverage or screenplay adaption and editing services.


 

2 thoughts on “An Excerpt from ‘The Local’ – A Feature Film Screenplay By Peter Boydell

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