Watch it now
Gentlemen, it’s been a long night
for everyone, especially Mr. and
Mrs. Kemplay. So we’ll keep this
brief. At about 4 p.m.
1974.TG.170808 Locked Draft - 1st Revision
yesterday evening, 3rd September,
Clare Kemplay disappeared on herway home from Morley Grange Juniorand Infants. Clare is ten yearsold. She was wearing an red kagool,
a dark blue turtleneck sweater,
pale blue denim trousers and redWellington boots. When Clare leftschool, she was carrying a plasticCo-op carrier bag containing a pairof black gym shoes... Mrs. Kemplaywould now like to read a short
statement. Thank you.
MAURICE JOBSON (cont'd)
Jobson turns the mic towards MRS. KEMPLAY. Camera flashes.
“If it bleeds, it leads,” right?
(a nasty thought)
Reckon dad did it?
I would like to appeal to anybodywho knows where my Clare is or whosaw her after yesterday teatime toplease telephone the police. Clareis a very happy girl and I know shewould never just run off withouttelling me. Please, if you knowwhere she is or if you’ve seen her,
please... please... please...
Chokes. Can’t go on. The POLICEWOMAN comforts her.
Eddie is transfixed by Mrs. Kemplay’s distress.
7 INT. VIVA, M1 MOTORWAY - DAY 7 *
Eddie’s watch ticks away the seconds on the dash. Back on the
M1. Barry alongside him. He works out his copy aloud:
“The mother of missing ten year oldClare Kemplay made an emotionalplea...”
Barry stills him with a brotherly hand. *
“As fears grew, a mother made anemotional plea...”
8 OMITTED 8 *
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9 INT. DEWSBURY CREMATORIUM, CREMATOR - DAY 9 *
A coffin slides into the incinerator. Gas ignites. Everything
is turned to smoke and ash.
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