Lights, Camera, Action!
|Lights, Camera, Action!|
|Authoring system||ADRIFT 4|
|Cruelty scale||Cruelty to be determined|
How It Begins
This games starts with the star, Violetta de Panino Derriere arriving on set. She wanted an entire dressing room for herself, and commandeered another three for her 'entourage' (which included a tea girl, a tea girl's assistant, a tea girl's assistant's apprentice… and even some chap who looked after the tea girl's assistant's apprentice's cat while she was learning the tricks of the trade). Violetta, then displaying the personality she is famed for in the entertainment industry, made several changes to the script which involved, basically, giving herself far more screen time than before and effectively making her the centerpiece of every scene. On top of that, she's dumped the bulk of the dialogue on her co-star, Myles Frobisher.
Then Miles called in sick, so had to replaced with Witherspoon Nash who's fine in many respects but just not really cut out for lead actor roles.
As if all that wasn't bad enough, your assistant seems to have been replaced by a monkey since you were last looking, Violetta has decided that you, the director of the film, are to be her personal servant for the day (apparently her 'entourage' are too busy caring for her every other need).
Does not use the ADRIFT standard hint system. Each time you type "hint" one more hint appears on a list that is relevant to that location.
- Lights, Camera, Action! (David Whyld; 21-Aug-2005; ADRIFT 4).