⇐ Back ∗ Scene 1 ∗ Next ⇒ (coming soon) 39. EXT. FRONT GARDEN, JASON’S HOUSE – DAY Two police officers approach JASON’S House. OFFICER #1 thumps on the front door. OFFICER #1 Police, come to the door. (quietly to OFFICER #2) Go round the back. The neighbour said she saw the wife put the
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⇐ Back ∗ Scene 1 ∗ Next ⇒ 34. INT. KITCHEN, JASON’S HOUSE – DAY JASON’S DOPPELGANGER looks at the blood on the floor and slowly follows the smeared trail to the outside door. JASON’S DOPPELGANGER No… Oh, baby. Oh God, no. What have you done? What have you done! (yells) Call for an ambulance, Zo!
⇐ Back ∗ Scene 1 ∗ Next ⇒ 32. INT. KITCHEN, JASON’S HOUSE – DAY JASON Oh God, no-no-no. No! ZOE smashes the marble cutting board into the top of EMILY’S head. EMILY collapses to the ground. ZOE looks down at EMILY’S twitching body, her eyes following the stream of blood emanating from the crack
⇐ Back ∗ Scene 1 ∗ Next ⇒ 28. INT. KITCHEN, JASON’S HOUSE – DAY ZOE and EMILY are frozen in time. ZOE is stood at the counter and midway though cutting mushrooms, EMILY is sat at the table and midway through opening a tin of tomatoes. JASON (to himself) I’m really dead? (to LILITH)
⇐ Back ∗ Scene 1 ∗ Next ⇒ 26. INT. KITCHEN, JASON’S HOUSE – DAY EMILY is sitting at the table, watching ZOE, who is standing at the worktop by the window, slicing mushrooms on a small marble chopping board. Requiem by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is playing on a small radio sitting on the windowsill.
⇐ Back ∗ Scene 1 ∗ Next ⇒ 25. (continued) JASON I don’t understand. DERWOOD No, I got a fuzzy head over it, too. But I got to find the thing Lilith left here before the flowers die. JASON Why? What happens when they die? DERWOOD Oh dear. Ye got to get away before they
⇐ Back ∗ Scene 1 ∗ Next ⇒ 25. (continued) DERWOOD is a man in his forties. He has dry flaking calluses on his hands and many cuts and bruises on his leathery face. His hair sits atop his head as an uneven mass of black greasy waves. His oversized shirt and baggy trousers hang as a
⇐ Back ∗ Scene 1 ∗ Next ⇒ 24. INT. HALLWAY, JASON’S HOUSE – DAY JASON’S DOPPELGANGER is carrying EMILY in his arms and about to walk out the front door. JASON’S DOPPELGANGER (shouts to ZOE) EM’ is coming with me, babe, to make sure the hunter-gatherer bags the right wee-beasties. (whispers to EMILY) And
⇐ Back ∗ Scene 1 ∗ Next ⇒ 21. INT. LIVING ROOM, JASON’S HOUSE – DAY JASON’S DOPPELGANGER and ZOE are standing in the middle of the room having a row. EMILY is sat on a large leather sofa, watching ZOE scream at JASON’S DOPPELGANGER. JASON stands by the archway into the living room and watches
After much head scratching, I’ve realised that I can’t include everything from my novel in my screenplay, not unless I’m happy for the film adaptation—a bit of positive thinking going on here—to be bum-numbingly long. I find this surprising, since Ama is not a particularly long book, coming in at a little under 75,000 words. I’ve