The one-line pitch:
A humble but insistent salesman on a typical workday, аnd his antisocial clients. Little did he know what he might find behind the door…
The story pitch:
A film in three acts – three days.
First day: An empty street at dusk. A constant hammering on one of the doors. No one seems to answer. At the end, someone leaves a free sample of a doorbell in the postbox.
Second day: On the next day, the doorbell is on the door, so the person is ringing the bell instead. Again, despite constantly ringing, no one answers.
Third day: The doorbell is lying on the doorstep, with a short note: ‘Thanks, but we’re not interested.’