The Alone

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Sowgand Nabipour

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A young pregnant, mute girl has been stuck helpless in a subway station suffering in labor, but due to cellphone obsession, almost everyone ignores her. No -one is aware of situation and tries to figure it out.



Short Summary

A young pregnant woman enters to a subway station.


Subway Train

Based on a True Story


Plot - Premise

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Plot - Other Elements

Meaningful Message

Mature Audience Themes

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Main Character Details

Name: Unknown

Age: 18

Gender: Female

Role: Emotional

Key Traits: Desperate

Additional Character Details

Name: Unknown

Age: 60

Gender: 60

Role: Logical

Key Traits:

Additional Character Details

Name: Jennifer

Age: 30

Gender: Female

Role: Protagonist

Key Traits: Heroic

Additional Character Details

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About The Author

Target Audiences

Age: 18-34

Target Gender: Universal

Group Specific

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Publishing Details

Status: No

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A girl goes into labor in a subway station, however, with the obsession of people with their cell phones, no one notices, and she remains there for a long time until a blind passenger notices the girl's guttural sounds and calls Medical support, but it is already too late since the girl gives birth and dies.

Overall Rating


Point of View


Narrative Elements

Authors Writing Style: GOOD

Characterization: GOOD

Commerciality: FAIR

Franchise Potential: FAIR

Pace: GOOD

Premise: GOOD

Structure: GOOD

Theme: GOOD

Accuracy of Book Profile

The profile looks perfect. It’s clear and complete.

Draw of Story

The author describes the environment and the suffering of the girl very well, almost placing us in the middle of the situation.

Possible Drawbacks

No, the story happens very concisely, with dynamic structure, making each page interesting to the reader.

Use of Special Effects


Primary Hook of Story

The hook is the bubble in which each individual lives in the modern world. All of them facing their cell phones almost 24/7 and simply forgetting to look around and be more human.

Fanbase Potential

I would not say that it would attract a large fanbase, but the narrative has the potential to attract a niche of people with interest in feminist stories about the problems of today's society and the individualism of humanity.

Awards Potential

Yes, especially in drama short film festivals.

Envisioned Budget


Similar Films/TV Series


What’s New About the Story

It is an original way of showing the carelessness and inattention of today's society regarding the surrounding ones.

Lead Characters

The main characters are all women, and all are directly or indirectly wrapped in this urgency that today's society imposes. The brave girl fights for her and her baby's life, but practically in vain amid a crowd of unaware people. The blind woman who helps her is a kind of heroine who does so without waiting for the title of bravery, but because she still keeps a little of humanity, and the doctor who saves the baby is also a woman who is still surprised by life.

Uniqueness of Story

It is not a rare gem, but it has the potential to make it reflect and thrill.

Possible Formats

Film: Studio, Indie, Streaming TV Series: Network, Cable, Limited Run / Mini-Series, Streaming

Analyst Recommendation



The author can make us think about our own place in society and, as an urgency and a need to always be connected and updated, take the focus of the human being here and now. It is as if virtual life has a more significant weight than the real world around them. And this reflection is very clear and impactful through the story of a young woman who gives birth to her baby in the middle of a subway station. Despite a lot of people nearby, she is absolutely alone. From the moment a woman is writhing in pain in labor, but no one notices because they are all entertained with their cell phones, it is the reflection that we fail as a society, especially for seeing that woman die after so much suffering when she could have been saved if anyone had watched her earlier. It is still quite interesting that the author chooses a blind woman as the only person in the place to realize the tragic situation of that girl. From the sound, she can "see" what many haven't seen. It is a strong (and unfortunately believable) plot with an intense appeal, making us reflect on humanity.