INT. PATRICK'S RESIDENCE - DAY
Chewing the back of a pencil, PATRICK WIJSMAN (33) stares at the screen of the laptop. A program called Final Draft has been opened, but the page is blank.
This is me, writing my first Box Office hit. It's coming, eventually. It's not that I don't have any ideas. Actually I have ideas too much -- the benefits of being left handed I guess. People always tell me I must be creative when they see me write with my left hand. I preferred to be excellent in different languages. I live in the Netherlands and have Dutch as my first language, English is my second as you probably guessed while reading this.
Patrick is about to write. Is he? No, he grabs a cup of tea instead and takes a sip of it.
Writing in my own language is easy, but the opportunities in my home country aren't as high as in Los Angeles. It's why I'm in the middle of improving my English. I also travel several times to the City of Angels to network. At the moment, I work on a TV pilot -- a zombie one, something that has never done before. I can tell you more about it if you're interested. Hey, maybe we can help each other out with our projects. What are you waiting for? Send me that Network Request and get in contact with me. I'm friendly, helpful and like to meet new people. Let's do this!
A confident smile on his features, Patrick starts writing.
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