While trying to breed the violence out of Killer Bees, an experimental misbreeding with a livestock Botfly leads to disaster for the Scientist and the small farming town. Josh Fielding, his young lab assistant and his four teen-aged friends are desperate to stop these cunning killers as they destroy everything in their path. No one is safe as Josh and his friends soon discover—with tragic results.
In a screenplay, if a scene doesn't relate to your story structure, you don't need it in your script and must remove it, even if it's one of your best scenes. Remember your script can only have one storyline. This prevents it from becoming fragmented or disjointed. You are telling your story from the point-of-view of the main character. Your story structure must be written in a direct line from the opening to the climax.
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