What do u think about this idea for a movie, [The Chronicles of Lucifer]

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    peter565posted 2 years ago

    What do u think about this idea for a movie, [The Chronicles of Lucifer]

    Plot: After civil war, heaven divide to many fractions, Lucifer a god, join Yahwa's army, believing he is a good King, Yahwa prove himself as evil King, so, Lucifer deflect to great Queen Lilith. Lilith don't fully trust Lucifer, because he once serve Yahwa, send him to defend boarder against Yahwa, When Lilith send Lucifer to push back Michael led Yahwa's army, his enemy in government persuade Lilith that Lucifer plans to deflect to Yahwa, supply to Lucifer's army stop, they were trap by Michael's army, Lucifer killed himself to prove his loyalty, his men fight to the death


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    nochanceposted 2 years ago

    It sounds as though it would be better as a short story maybe.

    It would be hard to market because people have a very strong opinion of who "Lucifer" is when they hear that name.

    This follows a very predictable arc of events. There's no surprises, or twist.s There's not really any rising action or setbacks.

    Chronicles to me implies multiple parts and then Lucifer kills himself at the end meaning there can be no more parts. Also isn't suicide frowned on in the Bible.


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      peter565posted 2 years agoin reply to this

      Well, my plot twist is that, people go into the movie expecting Lucifer as the main character/bad guy, Christ and Michael as good guy, but instead, in this movie, Lucifer as good guy/tragic hero, while Christ and Michael are the true bad guy/villain.

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      nochanceposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      From promotional materials it would quickly be obvious that Lucifer is the protagonist in this story. Role reversals involving lucifer are quite common so it's not the twist but the plot.

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      peter565posted 2 years agoin reply to this

      What if we make the promotion material poster more hard to tell, just two middle age masculine angels locking swords in a fight, maybe?

  3. CYong74 profile image96
    CYong74posted 2 years ago

    Hi. Regarding what you replied to Chloe about Lucifer being the good guy in your story. There's quite a number of works with him in a reversal sort of role, though not exactly in such a positive light as yours. There's also the Supernatural series, and a movie a while ago, in which archangels are "bad," sort of.

    Your story might work, in my opinion, if you blur the lines about Lucifer and toy with the audience. Ambiguity would be intriguing. Your character fulfils what the audience expects of a "Lucifer," but also surprises in startling ways. One other thing I must highlight is that I seriously do not think people would take well to God being outright evil. Most works I've encountered portraying Lucifer in a different light refrains from involving God. (In Supernatural and Neil Gaiman's works, God is missing)  I think this is a matter of being prudent. Probably overly conservative in some ways. But a safeguard against all sorts of backlashes.

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      peter565posted 2 years agoin reply to this

      Its  controversial in same manner as brokeback mountain, like brokeback mountain its challenging conservative boundary. If read bible carefully/understand pagan myth leading to Yahwa's origin, Yahwa is evil, maybe show relevant bible verse in movie?


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