Please thoughts on this idea...like would you be interested. So far I only have the first scene and if you actually find this interesting it's in the screenplay forum. But that does not matter...there are a few things I believe I have to research, too...so advice would be sweet. Also I'm afraid this has been done a million times before but that happens a lot... Ok so it's sort of this mysterious story so first here is the background, Gabriel (no last name) died at war but his body was never found. Him and his troop went missing. After searching for them for a certain amount of time, his family is told that he is dead. But the story begins with Gabriel returning home after he is announced dead. He had been missing for such a long time so it was quite a lovely surprise for his family when he showed up at home one day. His mother breaks into tears but his father holds all his emotions. Before Gabriel went off to war him and his father had a falling out. Extremly upset he goes up to his room where his mom comes to talk to him. He learns that his girlfriend, who he was going to marry when he reutrned, had their baby, she had been pregnat when she left. So this was good news, but there bad news was close behind. She was now dating another man who proposed to her once and she never answered him. Gabriel decedes to talk to her, to catch up but to also to tell her to move on becuase he can't stay there for long. He wants her to be happy. He also had to meet his daughter. So while he is out amending this his father slowly realizes his mistakes but still is unable to admit them. It gets fuzzy here but he is able to amend everything with his father. And then the day comes to an end (I'm not sure how long yet but I'm hoping to fit this into at least one day maybe two). The next day, his father actually goes up to his room to see if he wants to go out for brunch but Gabriel isn't there. Then there is a knock at the door and the father answers it to learn that they found his son's body, that he had been dead the whole time. Eveyrhing ends in a funeral. So that's a terrible, terrible summerized version of my vision...I hope it's alright I spoiled the whole thing. Hopefully it's a lot better than it sounds there. Use your imagination. Thanks!