...Mercury Shoe Corporate Helicopter – Day
Drew Baylor is twenty-seven. He sits rigidly upright, a man facing his destiny, even though he’s seated backwards. He’s the only passenger in this company helicopter whistling over...
...A NIGHT IN THE LIFE
Credit sequence: New York by night. John LeTour nestles in back of a blue car-service sedan, face reflected in the window. Neon mixes with steam, street people with tourists, young dates: each with a different agenda...
...Starliner Towers Apartment Complex ‒ Morning
Starliner Towers is seen in LS through the windshield of a moving car. The car approaches the complex and stops near the main doors of the West Tower.
Out of the car climb Kresimir and Benda...
...Cocktail Lounge ‒ Night
We only see his face, speaking through the shadows.
He brushes his index finger lightly across his lips as he speaks. He knows: his lips are his most sexual organ.
You know who I...
Posner, a seventeen-year-old boy, is cycling towards school, headphones on, listening to some Ivor Novello (‘I can give you the moon’, say). It is summer, mid-1980s.
He stops outside a church, where...
...The main action of this film takes place in 1932 - THE PAST, and 1937/8 - THE PRESENT.
In 1932 Imogen is thirty-nine, Helen forty-three and Otto thirty-five.
Springfield House. Summer. Early Evening. Long Shot. Past.
The camera looks...
...TRAVIS GETS A JOB
Film opens on exterior of Manhattan cab garage. Weather-beaten sign above driveway reads: ‘Taxi Enter Here.’ Yellow cabs scuttle in and out. It is winter, snow is piled on the curbs, the wind is howling.
Inside the garage...
...Restaurant. Night. (Black & White).
A crowded restaurant. Bustle of waiters, loud conversation and laughter, smoke, etc.
Camera gradually focuses on a couple sitting by a window in a corner booth. The Woman, a blonde, is giggling...
...Berlin Tiergarten. Summer Night.
A long road. Derelict buildings at either side.
It is late at night.
In the distance, Kenneth Lindsay Jones is walking towards the camera.
The camera moves sideways to disclose a brightly lit...
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