But I can’t prove it, so where does
that leave us
Hold on Marianne. Who becomes strongly defensive.
I don’t have to take this - think
what you like -
Ordinary Lies Episode Two Yellow Amendments 4.
She goes. We hold on Beth, bothered and affected by this,
but realising she has slender proof.
EXT. ESTATE - DAY 8 - 18.30 3
Council estate. Far from salubrious, but not Ken Loach grim.
Tracy walking across the estate where she lives. She passes a
huge NATIONAL LOTTERY poster in the news agents window.
INT. TRACY’S HOUSE - LIVING ROOM/KITCHEN - DAY 8 - 18.35 4
Modest house, without obvious affluence.
Tracy arrives home. Her mum, TANYA (single mother), who is
only in her thirties, so must have had Tracy young, is
watching TV - some talent show - with Tracy’s brother Robbie.
They’re eating on their laps.
Thanks for waiting.
We were starving.
Microwave, two minutes
Stuff you anyway, this time
tomorrow I’ll be drinking cocktails
in the Spanish sun
Tracy drags her coat off, heads for the kitchen.
Did you get me them suitcases out
They’re in your room
Two suitcases - how much stuff do
you need for a week in Ibiza?
Tracy slamming her food into the microwave, we hold on her
face a beat. Something isn’t quite right here. She is lying
to her family and it doesn’t sit easy...
Ordinary Lies Episode Two Yellow Amendments 5.
INT. TRACY’S/VIV’S HOUSE - TRACY’S/VIV’S BEDROOM -
NIGHT 8 - 22.45
Tracy’s bedroom, her wardrobe open, clothes everywhere -
HUNDREDS OF ITEMS, dead fashionable. And SHOES, must be
Skype between Tracy and Viv. Each in their own bedroom late
at night, whispered conversation.