The Perks of Being a Wallflower
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Here's what we have on Stephen Chbosky's, "The Perks of Being a Wallflower".
A funny and touching coming-of-age story, THE PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER, is a modern classic that captures the dizzying highs and crushing lows of high school.
Freshman Charlie (Logan Lerman) is a perpetual wallflower until he falls under the spell of the beautiful, free-spirited Sam (Emma Watson) and her fearless stepbrother, Patrick (Ezra Miller). Together, the trio navigates love, loss, fear, hope - and the quest for the perfect song.
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The noun "script" is an acceptable and widely used word to describe screenplays, teleplays and transcripts. It's not reserved for any single type of media.
A screenplay tells the narrative of the story, dialogue between performers, and details actions and emotions. A screenplay for television is called a teleplay.
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