November 30, 2010
"Vertigo (from "a whirling or spinning movement") is a type of dizziness, where there is a feeling of motion when one is stationary"
"Vertigo" is an atmosphere of euphoria and irrational fatalism. All dialogue and actions involving the following characters reveal the affects of drugs. "Vertigo" is a movie with fast developing events and a conception of parallel story telling and alternative lines, through the combination of flashbacks and title cards.
I will not describe the plot itself on my site, but you can read it in the script treatment. I have a copyright on my plot and I want to keep these things offline to prevent someone from trying to steal an idea or rewrite the script… It happens.
Now you see that I'm a little like Mr. Paranoid, too.
The plot is accentuated by the psychological and psychedelic transformation of the human mind. It is not about violence and "how cool it is", it’s an inner struggle of the main heroes (like MR. DYNAMITE and MR. PARANOID). Vertigo is provocative and has its own alternative reality.
Every chapter is connected with the others, but develops in independent ways. This concept contains the typical aspects of small budget movies: minimal external and internal locations, minimal SFX, and lack of night scenes. The advantages of the "Vertigo" are vivid and unpredictable dialogs with fast changing and unexpected events.