Goals of production:
genre - thriller
phone conversation technicals
make this conversation plausible
Studio Manager ______________
SCENE 1 : Man's flat in the afternoon. Brazil, Thriller.
1. FX: (MUSIC. Phone rings three times. Man picks it up.)
2. MAN: Who is it? Who is it? Who is this?
3. WOMAN: (down line) Don't you recognise me? It's still me -
4. MAN: (grunts and holds phone away)
5. FX: (VOICE CONTINUES AS MAN HOLDS PHONE AWAY)
6. WOMAN: What's wrong? Aren't you well?
7. FX: (PHONE BACK)
8. MAN: I'm fine. I'm afraid - (sighs)
There's nothing wrong. I'm fine.
9. WOMAN: I got the impression you weren't listening.
10. MAN: I need time.
11. WOMAN: What?
1. MAN: Time. From the moment you started to speak -
2. WOMAN: (laughs)
3. MAN: It's my voice. It gets so that I don't have control over it any more. Then it seems to come from a far way off, it isn't mine. Has that ever happened to you?
4. WOMAN: You can always sing. Or read a book aloud.
Don't you want ? Any more?
5. FX: (PHONE SLAMMED DOWN)
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