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Summary:

When a struggling plus-size actress gets a callback for a major supporting role in a legendary director's indie film, she was absolutely ecstastic. Told that the lead will be acted by an A-lister, she didn't think it would be Nick Bryant until she arrived at her second audition. It's been nearly nine years since she's seen him. Nearly nine years since she's had his son and didn't tell him about it.

Things are about to go off-script real quick.


Rated: Mature Content
Retired
Categories: Original Fiction
Characters: None
Classification: General
Genre: Romance
Story Status: Active
Pairings: None
Warnings: Adult Situations
Series: None
Chapters: 18 Completed: No Word count: 62771 Read: 80894
Published: December 22 2018 Updated: July 06 2021
Story Notes:

One day, I was surfing the web and I fell down that infamous internet rabbit hole. I ended up on a gossip forum and found a thread about a particular celebrity. I read through the thread's conversations. The earlier posts were pictures of this celebrity and how attractive he was, but the later posts focused on how unattractive his devoted wife of years was. The conversation's focus was sad but fascinating to me. He wasn't the only celebrity subjected to this kind of questioning from fans. There are lots of others, too. Fans deeming a celebrity's husband or wife too ugly, fat, plain, or boring. Rating a celebrity's worth based on looks. Judging a stranger's marriage based solely on if they looked like an "attractive" couple. This brewed up the idea of Unscripted. This is Tallulah and Nick's story. 

 

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1. Take 1: Action! by Missus James [Reviews - 26] starstarstarstarhalf-star (4249 words)

action: the word called out at the start of a current take during filming to alert actors to begin performing.

2. Take 2: Surprise Cameo by Missus James [Reviews - 9] starstarstarstarstar (3397 words)

cameo: a small character part in a play or movie, played by a distinguished actor or a celebrity. 

3. Take 3: Close-ups by Missus James [Reviews - 9] starstarstarstarhalf-star (3742 words)

close-up: a shot taken from a close distance in which the scale of the object is magnified, appears relatively large and fills the entire frame to focus attention and emphasize its importance. 

4. Take 4: Ambiance by Missus James [Reviews - 12] starstarstarstarstar (2885 words)

ambiance: The feeling or mood of a particular scene or setting.

5. Take 5: Feel-Good Film by Missus James [Reviews - 9] starstarstarstarhalf-star (3142 words)

feel-good film: usually a light-hearted, upbeat comedy or romance that ends with an audience-pleasing conclusion.

6. Take 6: Mise-en-scene by Missus James [Reviews - 7] starstarstarstarstar (3586 words)

mise-en-scène: the physical setting of an motion picture 

7. Take 7: Screen Chemistry by Missus James [Reviews - 9] starstarstarstarstar (3065 words)

scene chemistry: referring to performances between actors who are uncommonly suited and perfectly complementary to each other.

8. Take 8: Blooper by Missus James [Reviews - 8] starstarstarstarstar (2857 words)

blooper: an actor error or mistake usually embarassing or humorous.

9. Take 9: Tearjerker by Missus James [Reviews - 19] starstarstarstarstar (3671 words)

tearjerker: an excessively-sentimental or emotional film, usually with suffering female protagonists, tragic circumstances, manipulative scenes, and dramatical musical scoring.

10. Take 10: Unreliable Narrator by Missus James [Reviews - 9] starstarstarstarstar (3004 words)

unreliable narrator: a protagonist or narrator whose perspective is skewed to their own perspective, producing a portrayal of events that may or may not be accurate or truthful.

11. Take 11: Subtext by Missus James [Reviews - 11] starstarstarstarstar (3186 words)

subtext: the deeper and usually unexpressed "real" meanings of a character's spoken lines or actions (if the viewer can 'read between the lines).

12. Take 12: Candlelight by Missus James [Reviews - 10] starstarstarstarstar (3411 words)

candlelight: refers to lighting that is provided by candlelight, to provide a warm hue or tone, and connote intimacy, romance, and harmony

13. Take 13: Climax by Missus James [Reviews - 9] starstarstarstarstar (3205 words)

climax: the highest point of anxiety or tension in a story or film which the central character/protagonist faces, confronts, or deals with the consequence(s) of his/her actions

14. Take 14: Buzz by Missus James [Reviews - 15] starstarstarstarstar (4277 words)

buzz: slang for the sense of excitement, expectancy, and hype that surrounds a film, an actor, or director

15. Take 15: Complication by Missus James [Reviews - 13] starstarstarstarstar (3517 words)

complication: a plot event that complicates or tightens the tension of a film

16. Take 16: Pornographic by Missus James [Reviews - 9] starstarstarstarstar (3671 words)

pornographic: refers to a film that exploits or graphically depicts sex, often rated XXX

17. Take 17: Montage by Missus James [Reviews - 15] starstarstarstarstar (3043 words)

montage: refers to a filming technique, editing style, or form of movie collage consisting of a series of short shots or images that are rapidly put together into a coherent sequence to create a composite picture; usually suggests and conveys meaning or a larger idea or theme, or denotes the passage of time

18. Take 18: Antagonist by Missus James [Reviews - 16] starstarstarstarstar (4863 words)

antagonist: the main character, person, group, society, nature, force, spirit world, bad guy, or villain of a film or script who is in adversarial conflict with the film's hero, lead character or protagonist; also sometimes termed the heavy.

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