'Wrap Pack' 1-3-5 - two males, one female (Jack, Colin, Olivia)
Genre: Thriller with double-crossing and adventure, set in Canterbury of today. This is also entertaining and fast moving.
Jack - number three in the company, funny, a flawed hero, early 20s, street-wise, but not as clever and experienced and sophisticated as he thinks he is. He is constantly deflated in his chat-up lines.
Colin - number two in company, good friends with Jack, though rivalry especially over dating women. Colin is a computer geek.
Olivia - boss of a film locations-finding company - American - early 20s, very determined. (Make sure your actor does the American accent.)
Back story - these are scenes from the first episode of the soap. The three work for a location-finding film company, and they get caught up in the type of plot of the film they are working in pre-production for. This adventure turns out to be about the central prop of the film - the CHALICE OF THE BLACK PRINCE. The Black Prince is buried in Canterbury Cathedral. Jack and Colin dig into the tomb and discover the real treasure to replace the lost prop! The young boss Olivia catches up with them and gets involved.
INTERIOR CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL.
FX: JACK PICKING UP STEEL BOLLARD
JACK: Let's dig.
COLIN: What is it with you and digging? Put that down. Look at this.
FX: JACK PUTS BOLLARD DOWN.
COLIN: This stone on the floor it's loose. Gimmie a hand.
FX: SLIDING STONE.
JACK: Man, it's massive
COLIN: And look It goes straight down
FX: FOOTSTEPS ON STONE.
OLIVIA: Jack Flanagan, what the hell are you doing!?
JACK: (SARCASTIC) Oh great.
OLIVIA: Just when you thought things couldn't get any worse
JACK: The cup Liv, it's down here.
OLIVIA: That's the most ridiculous thing I've ever
COLIN: (HISSED) Keep your voices down.
JACK: We're going down.
JACK: What's the big problem? Look, we can use this rope I'll go down first You two follow.
FX: JACK THROWS ROPE DOWN
OLIVIA: I don't believe I'm seeing this
JACK: (WHILST LOWERING HIMSELF) ah. Come Come on Liv. You next.
OLIVIA: If the investors ever find out about this.
FX: JACK LANDS
JACK: (CALLING UP) There I'm at the bottom it's dark but but there are lanterns. Come on Liv!
OLIVIA: I'm I'm not I never had a treehouse Jack.
JACK: Look, give me your hand
FX: OLIVIA LANDS.
JACK: Now your turn Colin!? (SILENCE) Colin!?
OLIVIA: Jack, what's going on?
JACK: Colin!? (SILENCE) He's gone.
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