The protagonist should be fish out of water trying to find love in a fast-moving world.The series must play around the challenges the protagonist...A brainy twerp whose preternatural brilliance has made him one of the most famous men in the country, Edison has already sparked the imaginations of some forward-thinking people; he’s incepted them with his miraculously bright idea of the future, and his task now is to mass-produce it for the present. Pittsburgh business tycoon George Westinghouse (Michael Shannon, switching things up by not playing a sociopath).
Gomez-Rejon wants audiences to see the world as differently as his characters do, but this is a movie best enjoyed with eyes closed (ironic, given Edison’s passingly mentioned partial deafness).
I am a novelist first who was born in Germany, hence my need for a writer who is naturally an English speaker and one who understands screenplay structure and formatting. We are looking for an amusing TV series situated around the idea of relationships in the 21st century.
How social media and the internet changed the way we interact and love one another.
Such restlessness never allows us to sink in to the story, and the fact that it deprives us a better look at the film’s gorgeous production design adds insult to injury.
“There’s always more to see,” Westinghouse says, and you’ll know what he means.