Feedback from critique of my high concept comedy (emerging screenwriters contest): The reviewer reads like a female. Most of the two and a half pages of analysis is clear. I'm a little stumped with a comment that she made about tone. She referred to a 'brilliant' flashback scene that I used to expose my lead character's journey: from her invisible childhood to a super-ly heroic woman who has no qualms about standing out from the crowd. She seemed puzzled with the contrast between a scene with subtext and the ludicrous fantasy scenes that appear later in the script. I was trying to give my story a footing in a sombre reality that has universal echoes for an audience. Can I plug a bit of silly into the way that I tell sadder beginnings? Do I need to? The actor in me likes having a contrast between story elements-- something my lead can really sink her teeth into. D'you guys have any advice?