When you submit your script to a studio or production company, a junior agent, executive's assistant or professional reader is normally the first person to read your work.. not the person you sent it to. They are the people you need to convince. They usually write what is known as a "coverage report" which is essentially a document that describes your screenplay's story and theme and estimates its commercial potential if it were ever to make it to the big screen.
Included in the report is either a pass or recommend statement. If the script is good enough the Hollywood executive will read its coverage and then decide whether or not to read the full script. The problem is, you as a writer will never see that coverage report which means if it never reaches the Hollywood executive's desk you will never know the reason why. And as a writer, that's the most important thing, since without constructive critique your writing will never improve.
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