I have edited my drama screenplay to page 45 today. I will take a break now and watch a good film: HACHI: A Dog’s Tale (2009). I saw it just once about 3-4 years ago and I cried a lot. I don’t want to watch it again for the second time because I will cry a lot again. That’s for sure. It’s such an emotional and sad movies, which is also based on a true story that happened in Japan. I love dog and animals in general, including nature. So, the movie really touches me deeply. And tonight, I feel brave enough to watch it again. Then, after the movie, I might continue to revise the drama script until I finish it. I have rewritten it to page 45. So, it’s about 45-50 pages more, then I am completely done with it, finally. If I didn’t feel like to continue with the revision tonight, then I must do it as soon as I get up tomorrow morning. Because, I also have to meet the DOP for my short horror film “Blood Group O” tomorrow afternoon, to discuss how we will go about shooting the film. If I could then get the drama manuscript done before I leave that would be good. Then, when I get back home again, I have to practise my script pitch as well. And that’s why I want to completely finish my drama screenplay first, and as soon as I can. If I didn’t finalise it today, tomorrow I must. It’s the last day tomorrow. And that’s it. I might carry on for 15 more pages tonight. Then I would have rescripted it to page 60. Then, it’s only about 40 pages left for me to rework. All together will make exactly 100 pages manuscript, which is equivalent to 1h 40m drama feature film.