handle the truth! Son, we live in a complicated world of microwavable meals,
fast food restaurants and something pretty awful called Chef Boyardee!
None of that is real food. This here peach is not only a beautiful specimen of
unprocessed food, grown straight from our given green earth, but this
particular species of fruit is magic.
(Standing up to join NARRATOR #1) Magic?
Well it wasn’t always magic. Until James that is.
James. You haven’t heard of him? I guess we’ll have to start at
the beginning. Come on out James!
(YOUNG JAMES skips to the centre of the gym floor. He’s a small boy who is
happy and carefree.)
This is James Hentry Trotter. He’s about 4 years old here.
Until this point, he’s had a happy life living peacefully with his mother and
(MOTHER and FATHER cheerily enter, and each stand on either side of
YOUNG JAMES, who just looks SO happy.)
Oh I know the kind of kid. He’s probably lives in a beautiful
house beside the sea, and he’s got plenty of other children to play with. Mum
and Dad are lovely and it’s the perfect life for a small boy.
You called it. Then one day, James’ mother and father went to
London to do some shopping.
(Very sweet) Now James, your father and I have to go do some
shopping in town.
(A little cheesy) We love you so much son! And because you’re the
perfect child, we’ll even buy you a treat while we’re gone!
(They hug him goodbye and wave merrily, as they exit where they came from.
YOUNG JAMES still looks terrifically happy.)
And it was the last time he ever saw them.
(YOUNG JAMES spins around to look at NARRATOR #1 with shock.)
(A large silhouette of a rhinoceros appears in the background. It has a