By: Writer TBD. Possibly... you?
"Please, Take These Ideas" works like Chicago improv. We'll throw out an idea for a book/TV show/movie and from there whoever wants to take the idea, write it - hey, first come, first serve.
Here's the premise for "Denial." I've always been fascinated by the story of Peter from the New Testament. Specifically because of his 3x denial of Jesus on the night before the crucifixion.
It seems like it ends on a positive note, Jesus comes back, forgives him, Peter goes on to build the Catholic Church. But I wonder if he ever doubted his forgiveness. Did he still feel guilty about the denials? And did he feel like the only way to overcome the past denial was to put himself in that position again and stand up for his faith? Interested for someone's take on this story.