I've recived the first feedback on Sunlight from one of my trusted readers.
I was delighted to hear that the story was great, but the ending was to marzipan-pink. "Someone has to die" was the verdict. "Oh, no, too much Hollywood" I thought; but on the other hand a soggy ending isn't great either.
Since I got a comment that the transformation in a specific character was too fast by the end, maybe I have the solution there.
One thing I have had a little problem with expressing in my script is the character with CP. In the beginning it is a completely untreated handicap, which was not difficult to write, but then he gets help and he begins to speak and move much better and in the script it appears as he gets all cured, which is not possible. I must add some traits so we remember that he appears different when the script is read.
I've also come to the conclution that I don't address some issues concerning a rape clearly enough.
It's amazing. After having quite a long period of lacking inspiration, I've not less than three scripts on the palette, of which one is an assignment. It is worth every sigh and curse to sit down and write every day.