Going Home

Three young soldiers find themselves stranded in the outskirts of Nazi Occupied France. With their whole lives ahead of them and time running out, they must find their way home, all whilst avoiding enemy forces.

  • Millie Hine
    Writer
  • Project Type:
    Student, Screenplay
  • Genres:
    War, Action
  • Number of Pages:
    96
  • Country of Origin:
    United Kingdom
  • Language:
    English
  • First-time Screenwriter:
    Yes
  • Student Project:
    Yes - -
  • Reel Girls Film Festival
    Toronto, Canada
    April 26, 2021
    Best in Category
Writer Biography - Millie Hine

Millie Hine is a 15 year old screenwriter and director from Lancashire, England. She has been making short films since she was 12, and is currently working on honing her screenwriting capabilities. Millie's first ever screenplay won first place in the first film festival she entered (Reel Girls Film Festival 2021 - Best in Category). She hopes to develop her skills and pursue her passion to its full potential in the future.

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Writer Statement

This was my first Feature screenplay, and it was a real surprise to see it shortlisted in the first competition it was entered in! I've loved looking at how young people - back then, at least - coped with the stress of war. It's often the soldiers on the front line that the movies focus on, but on a scaled down level, we never get to see how the horror of war affects us ethically. As children, the stabs at the morals we've been taught to govern our lives can be fatal, and yet defining. Through the youngest soldiers, the story explores how they must decide between themselves and others; living and surviving; the battle field and, as the title suggests, home.