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Scene opens in a dark car with a phone with a text message ding saying, "Why are you sitting outside my house, stalker?" Phone then dings up another message saying, "Stay there."
Why are you sitting out side my house, stalker? Stay there.
Camera angle changes to looking out of the car at the house to see character, James, walk out of house in the night time to the car.
Camera angle changes to the front of the car looking in at character, Sloane, sitting in the drivers seat of the dark car. James opens the door and the car is flooded with the overhead lights. He sits downs and closes the door, lights go off in a moment. They sit in silence for a moment as James looks at her. "Well?" he says after a couples of seconds.
Camera angle changes to be looking at Sloane from James' perspective. "Forget it," she says sounding exhausted, "This is dumb." She looking aways from James and down to the steering wheel.
Camera angle goes back to the front of the car looking in at James and Sloane. "Where were you tonight? I texted." James says, looking at Sloane with concern. She meets his eyes and says, " I know. I went to the Wellness Center with Lacey. And Something... happened." James get tense and more concerned. "That guys Liam? He killed himself. He took QuickDeath, but not before saying that he and I used to date, calling me empty for not remembering. He said that his cousin committed suicide yesterday at the age of twenty-one. Liam says the epidemic is evolving-" says Sloane. "You saw Liam die?" James asks.
Camera and lights stay the same, but dialog continues on. Sloane looks away, forward but part the camera, and nods her head yes to James previous question. "And I talked to my dad earlier, he's drinking; he and my mother are fighting. Everything's falling apart at home, but I finally asked him about my brother. It was true. Brady did kill himself." Sloane says obviously upset. James replies, "I'm sorry." Sloane just shakes her head and the scene fades to black.
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