Instead of first designing and writing a story, turning it into a screenplay, and then choosing actors suitable for that scenario, I first start thinking about the characters, then build and write a story about them. In fact, I like to think of roles that fit the characters I've known on one occasion. That's why it's much easier for me to write dialogue and story drafts since I start by identifying the characters.
The End Of The Fucking World: “When I was 16, I thought I was in love with Alyssa…” James and Alyssa are two teenagers facing the fears of approaching adulthood. As we listen to their stories alternately from their own mouths in each episode, we witness that these very familiar adolescence experiences evolve into a nihilistic end. The increasingly sociopathic character James forces the duo to the menacing end of a forced journey like “Badlands” or “The Catcher in the Rye”.