Hi all, I really need some help. I'm working on a script for my National History Day documentary, and I need the aid of people who are good at writing. Or anyone, as long as they're willing to help out. My documentary can be no longer than 10 minutes. It has to relate to a theme (this year's is 'taking a stand in history'), and I have to provide historical analysis of my topic. In case you were curious, my topic is the Scopes Monkey Trial of 1925. The whole problem is, my script is 8:45 long. I wanted 2-3 minutes of interviews that I conducted, which means I need to cut off about 30 seconds to a minute from my script. In its original form, my script was far more eloquent than it is now. I've simplified and cut out whole paragraphs, but I need some help making it more concise. That's where you guys come in. I feel like a bit of a freeloader, but is there anything I can do to make my script shorter, smarter, and more analytical, but still say everything i'm trying to say? Thanks a ton, everyone! MR members rock.