In Prison For Criminally Bad Writers, Cons Try To Rewrite Their Script

When a gang of feloniously poor writers get a hold of the script to their lives, they hatch a plan to rewrite it and bust out. But can they navigate all of the various plot twists thrown their way?

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Tom Gran and Martin Woolley wrote and directed Writer's Block, a funny piece of metafiction. It's clear why the short's convicts are stuck in writers' jail—but are you only released when you can write a satisfying ending to your own story?

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Chris Paine

I guess this is what happens when you have your poetic license revoked. Having been in journalism for far too long, methinks there are a lot of writers who should be incarcerated in the Writer's Block.