The production team of Inside the Box send us a Holiday gift, the signed screenplay of the short film, written by David Martin-Porras, to thank us "for all your help and support". Twenty lucky fans will receive a signed screenplay as a reward for their donation to support the movie.
The screenplay includes the signature of the author, David, and the three stars : Wilson Bethel (Matt, the Texan cop), Summer Glau (Sofia, Matt's wife) et Regina King (Stephanie, the District Attorney). Learn more about the cast in a Blogpost.
Here's the signed cover; can you tell at first sight which one is Summer's signature? Check it on the signed pictures (with a note from Summer) that Fermi received a few weeks ago.
The thank-you letter that came with the signed screenplay says :
Our secrets and our survival instincts are some of our most human features, and they manifest themselves in ways we could never imagine. This is what Inside the Box is about.
Three actors whose riveting performances will, undoubtedly, position this short film among the best of the year.
For obvious reasons of copyright and in order to preserve the suspense, we won't publish any part of the screenplay. That said, reading through the pages of the screenplay confirmed the impression we had when watching the intense trailer; suspense and twists lovers are in for a treat when the short will be released (on DVD and VOD on February 2013).
Matt is still in love with her wife Sofia.
Inside the Box is a great way to showcase Summer Glau's talents well in a dramatic role and will help Summer get recognition.
It's a good thing that David is stretching the boundaries of what Summer should or should not play, even if it might surprises fans at first. I think I join with all fans of Summer Glau in saying that we're all excited to watch Inside the Box.
Tell us what is more exciting, seeing Summer Glau in intense scenes or discovering what's inside the box, or both?
The one at the top must be David Porras, the one to the left is legible and belongs to Regina King. It would appear to me that because the words Summer & Glau both have round lettered initials and Wilson Bethel has straight lines in his initials, that the bottom right large amount of writing belongs to Summer? Fans with replies to letters will probably know the answer to that.