Who should he be? A cynical professor, callousness and cool as James Bond and Clint Eastwood? Who his own screenplays developed or just interested in how the story of a film begins, here is a veritable gold mine find: a 125-pages thick transcription of a 5 days x 9 hours brainstorming session, 1978, in George Lucas, Steven Spielberg and Lawrence Kasdan together to develop the screenplay, then from the first Indiana Jones film was made. Kasdan, who should write the book, especially to hear how George Lucas and Spielberg together the story and characters develop new ideas on the running belt and produce the story tended to be more precise: As we told the story best? What a guy should be Indiana Smith, after Jones, his? The blog "Mystery Man on Film" is the Minutes of the meeting closer views and ten lessons for a very interesting script writing will be derived. And all those who are the original PDF want to find it here.