I just finished the beautiful script for Randy Lacey’s movie and it is breath taking. The education about
the ocean and the need to conserve our oceans and earth interwoven with a love story is not only
educational, but entertaining as well.
I think it will make a great movie that will change the way
humanity thinks of the oceans earth and mermaids. It has enough action to keep your attention riveted.
Enough of a love story to make it very touching and lots of ocean conservation interwoven, yet does not
preach. Good Job Randy and extra stars to the script writer.
The screenplay was very educational, entertaining, inspirational and enlightening.
The film will bring global attention to the problems of pollution, the slaughter of Whales, Dolphins and other Sea Life which is illegal and unnecessary.
Putting this subject in movie form will bring it more attention than any documentary on television. I really loved the romance between the Mermaids and Humans.
The story line from the very beginning captured my imagination, peaked my curiosity and educated me in the horrors on what
is really going on in our Oceans and Seas.
This film will show that people will care enough to bring to our attention the changes that need to be made to clean up our Oceans and to stop polluting on an individual basis and to hold accountable the countries that are violating the law regarding the slaughter of, Dolphins, Whales and Sharks.
Your screenplay confirms my belief in, Mermaids 🙂 I congratulate you, Randy and your screenwriter for your your heart felt work. It was a privilege and an honor to read it my friend. Thank you very much. God bless our Sea life.
I had the privilege of being able to review the early stages of script development by Randy Lacey, Executive Producer, for what will be an important film to engage an audience who may already get to experience and love the oceans. More important is the audience who will be inspired to protect marine environments around the world even though they may not be near or spent time in these magical waters of the Pacific.
As an underwater photographer for the past 30 years, a Senior Fellow of International League of Conservation Photographers and an inductee to the Women Divers Hall of Fame, it was not difficult for me to visualize a feature movie that will hit every button for the viewers in the theatre or to have in a home collection. It’s about love, connection, culture, adventure, devastation, danger, sadness – just add water. Raising awareness is key to saving the biggest part of our planet – the seas and oceans.
During my career, I have seen for myself the changes now occurring in a world I am intensely in love with and concerned about. The reduction of coral reefs, number of species, inhumane treatment of marine mammals and pollution make me choke with tears of sadness. I believe strong films with a strong message is the way to engage our society.
It will be time for me soon to go blow some bubbles and carry my underwater camera system. Let’s hope the next generation will have the pleasure to experience what I’ve done over the last 30 years.
Thank you, Randy and the entire team, for look at solutions, education and a healthy ocean world.
Douglas Maxwell Myer@dmmyer1
I’ve been a filmmaker for fifteen years and am also an indie writer. Through my writing work
I’ve written numerous pieces in the nature genre through articles and poems being able to mix
the subject in other various genres including horror, western, fantasy, a children’s story, and
romance. So, it was wonderful to see executive producer Randy Lacey and screenwriter Jack
Wibbe present me their screenplay, The Secret Lives of Mermaids and Dolphins, which has an
intriguing combination of Fantasy, Romance, and taking us into the depths of our world’s
oceans. This story has compelling characters who deeply care about preserving our natural earth
and informing us of the fatal consequences that humans have brought to harming the planet.