From a screenwriting perspective, Batty explores the concept the protagonist's trip is made out of person but interwoven threads: the actual trip and the emotional trip. His research includes detailed case experiences of the movies Muriel's marriage ceremony , Little Voice , automobiles , Forgetting Sarah Marshall , Sunshine cleansing and Up.
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