A script-writer should write a universal story for his screenplay to attract more audience

If you want your screenplay to reach all over the world, then you must write a universal story

A universal story is a story every single person all over the world wants to learn more about. It's a story whose theme only speaks one language to the minds of everybody that wants to see or hear it. It's a story whose message is sent through the commonest medium to the people all over the world.

Universal story is a story that cuts across the different cultures of the world. It's a story that shows the synonyms in every tradition in every society of the world. It's a story whose theme preaches unity in diversity. It's a story that shows a common deity in all the religions. It's a story that reveals one common raw material for a simultaneous development all over the world. It tells the common origin of core values of every society. It opens up the hidden institution from where every family originated from. It's a story about the people, by the people, for the people and in the people.

A universal story is a story that helps to solve the problems of the world; economic problems, financial problems, terrorism, war, rape, disease infestation, kidnapping, language disparities, ritual killings, violation of laws, autocracy, militancy, riot, pollution, piracy, robbery, unemployment, marginalization, tribalism, discrimination, racism, disenfranchisement, and many others. These problems are what the world fight against every day.

A universal story is a story that helps to fight for the oppressed, the weak, the poor, the common man, the marginalized and the disabled. The knowledge gained from the story serves as a tool for this purpose.

A writer of a universal story should make his characters represent at least each continent of the world.
Let the dialogues speak with one voice!


Written by: Winston 'Winny Greazy' Oge

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