Pompousness will get you nowhere.
"I have recently completed studies at a film program where I studied filmmaking and screenwriting. After taking a year and a half to travel, shoot some short films, music videos, commercials, and work freelance for a couple of notable music publications, I have completed a screenplay that I believe to be consistent (or better) with the quality and style of the films being produced in hollywood today.
It is a twisting suburban Lynchian-thriller (not as pretentious as it sounds) that revolves around a man (title character) who sits down on his couch, only to stand up and be in the same apartment, two years later with no recollection of any lost time. The only clues as to where he was is a series of letters he sent his best friend and now engaged ex-girlfriend that are postmarked from far distant places claiming things that cannot possibly be true in any life, but the scars and the letters can't all be false. This is a film unlike those being churned out as of late. It's dark, intelligent, and demands the viewer's attention."