Crash

Year:2004
Director:Paul Haggis
Written by:Robert Moresco (Screenplay), Paul Haggis (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:Los Angeles citizens with vastly separate lives collide in interweaving stories of race, loss and redemption.
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Inspirational Film Scripts

An inspirational film is not something easily made. Writing a script that is attractive without being sappy is something that takes a lot of practice, experience and revision. When dialogue is able to bring an audience to tears, it shows a deep understanding of the emotional triggers of other human beings.

These film scripts are like solid gold. With just a pen and paper (or sometimes a computer), these writers have been able to change the lives of other people. Their scripts were enough to encourage people to be kind, to live life to the fullest, or to be brave in a time of danger.

There is not much that can be said about technique. Each person’s strategy is unique and should not be emulated by others, lest the technique might lose its power. However, these scripts show how a person’s life experiences, education and determination can wrap together a story into a coherent and touching film.

The only advice that they give to future film makers, writers and actors is to find something that they believe in and work to express that to the best of their ability. This may take years and years of practice and revision but in the end, everything will hopefully tie together and create something that not only the individual believes in, but that the world believes in as well.

Good luck.

  1. (1995) Braveheart Script
  2. (1996) Independence Day Script
  3. (1997) Titanic Script
  4. (2000) Dancer in the Dark [Transcript]
  5. (2000) Requiem for a Dream Script
  6. (2001) Amelie Transcript
  7. (2004) Crash Script
  8. (2007) Love in the Time of Cholera [Transcript]

Top 5 Multiple Narrative Movie Scripts


Writing for one main character is hard enough, but what if you’re writing for three, five, or even more? Whether you’re inclined to call them multiple narratives, parallel narratives, multi plot or ensemble films, scripts with more than one prominent main character is a tough act to write.

Here are our top picks for movie scripts that do a superb job juggling characters, plots and story lines into one action packed movie:

1. Magnolia Script (1999)
2. Babel Script (2006)
3. Crash Script (2004)
4. Go Script (1997)
5. Snatch Script (2001)