When I write stories/scripts or what ever, I always use experiences from my own life as an inspiration. To make it more realistic, believable, convincing, and to have something the audience can relay to.
If I had the opportunity and enough time I would make a movie about something people know about, have heard of, or probably experienced. It should be about people. Groups of people like a gang.
We all experience it everyday, in school, on the playground, at work, on the football team, on TV, etc. We see it everyday everywhere. Some are popular, some are jerks, some are sporty, some are good friends, some bullies, some are moms, some are shy, and some are clever. Sometimes we judge people to quickly before we even know them. Just looking at their style (clothes) we get a hint as to what people are like.
This movie is about what goes on underneath the skin of people. About who we really are and how people are in the different kind of groups. Maybe in school you’re the bitch and the popular one. But at ballet practice you’re the shy/cute/and friendly one.
It is all happening on the same day at the exactly same time, but in different places around the world, in different groups of different ages. I want to tell various stories, but of the same theme, point and concept. “We are all different, but we are all the same”.
One story I would shoot in a high school in the US. Another story I would shoot in the soldier’s camp in Afghanistan. A third would be filmed in one of the prisons in Africa and one at the Vogue office in Japan. Finally, one would be shot of the Young Journalists' at the Berlin international film festival, the “Berlinale”.
If I want to be the director of this movie? Yes of course!