|Just Another Day (standard:adventure, 2849 words)|
|Author: kain||Added: Jul 16 2002||Views/Reads: 2033/1151||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|Donald is an every day joe but with a single accident things are about to change|
JUST ANOTHER DAY Written BY SCENE 1 Scene open with a clear night sky. The camera then tilts down to reveal a suburban area. We then see a car driving slowly round the roads, the camera follows right up until the car enters a driveway. A man exits the car. EXT-HOUSE There is a medium shot of man, enough to see the house and car. The man then pulls a briefcase from the car and enters the house sluggishly INT-HOUSE There is then a slow tracking shot of the man slowly claiming the stairs, he is obviously tired. INT-BEDROOM The man then gets ready for bed then claims in, there is no one else there. The camera then pans right too see a clock it is five -o- clock. The camera watches the clock move around three hours. The man then gets out of bed and heads downstairs. INT-KITCHEN The are two children in the kitchen along with a woman of similar age too the man. LOUISE - Morning There is a high angle shot of the man. The man is stood in the doorway he looks extremely tired he's not yet ready for work. The woman walks past the man and kisses him on the cheek. LOUISE- Donald will you get ready for work all you'll be late DONALD- it all right I won't be late He sits down to eat breakfast. SCENE 3 EXT-HOUSE Donald rushes out of the house and enters the car. Donald drives quickly out of the drive and down the street. The camera then tracks Donald as he drives too work faster then he should. SCENE 4 INT-OFFICE Donald enters the office without looking he hangs his coat up on the wall and places papers in draws this is all done without looking this shows that Donald has done this many times before. MARK- Late again Don DONALD- It's O.K I never been caught yet The boss then walks past and Donald makes himself look busy. MARK- That was close, so how you doing DONALD- O.K, I had to work late again last night MARK- well at least when you go home you have Louise there DONALD- speaking of her I can't remember her being in when I got in last night MARK- what time did you get in? Click here to read the rest of this story (434 more lines)
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