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Elle

1 INT. MICHELLE’S HOUSE - HALLWAY -- DAY 1 The eyes of MARTY, a cat, indifferently observe some rathernoisy struggle. Male GRUNTS. A woman’s SMOTHERED SCREAMS. TheSHATTERING of glass. After a few moments, the cat gets bored and wanders away. Looking down a tastefully decorated hallway, a MALE F

by David Birke

added by marina26
1 month ago
Nocturnal Animals

1 INT. MORROW GALLERY, LOS ANGELES. PRESENT DAY. EVENING. 1 Red frizzy hair flies across our screen in slow motion. Glimpses of tinsel, and a transparent peignoir momentarily hide a large pair of sagging breasts swinging from side to side and bouncing up and down. Dead silence as the movement

by Tom Ford

added by marina26
1 month ago
The Birth Of A Nation

. FADE IN EXT. DISMAL SWAMP - NIGHT 2 Moonlight sifts through the tall pines, illuminating the fog- blanketed marsh. CHILD’S VOICE (V.O.) But the white man, he catched her. Catched her an’ throwed her to the ground... Through the boscage, two shrouded figures emerge, pacingstealthily thr

by Nate Parker & Jean Celestin

added by marina26
1 month ago
Jackie

FADE IN: EXT. HYANNIS BEACH -DAY JACKIE KENNEDY. Jet-black bouffant, regal bearing, perfectsymmetrical features. But the light behind her eyes has gone out. She walks alone, shuddering against a frigid wind. FADE TO BLACK. SUPER: Hyannis Port, Massachusetts 1963 FADE IN: INT. KENNEDY COMP

by Noah Oppenheim

added by marina26
1 month ago
My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2

FADE IN: EXT. CHICAGO STREETS - DAWN Ah, it’s Fall. Not in a cozy, peaceful way. In that slushy miserable Midwest way. Strong winds bend the trees of Lakeshore Drive. Grey rain drips from the Magnificent Mile storefronts to the street signs of the suburbs. DISSOLVE TO: EXT. PORTOKALOS HO

by Nia Vardalos

added by marina26
1 month ago
The Girl on the Train

1. INT./EXT. TRAIN, ARDSLEY-ON-HUDSON, NEW YORK - MORNING We hear a train’s mournful clatter as trees flash by and then the train itself passes in a silvery streak. A woman draws an “x” on her foggy window-- looking out through it directly at us: This is RACHEL and she is THE GIRL ON THE T

by Erin Cressida Wilson

added by marina26
1 month ago
Denial

1 EXT. AUSCHWITZ. DAY EXT. AUSCHWITZ. DAY 1 Dawn. Mist. Drizzle. Watchtowers, ruined structures, bare trees, fences. Through the rain, the sound of feet shuffling, children’s voices crying, metal doors clanging. Then, in sharp contrast, the sound of a large audience laughing heartily at the plu

by David Hare

added by marina26
1 month ago
Bridget Jones`s Baby

SHOOTING SCRIPT. 1 1 OMITTED 1 1A EXT. LONDON. DAY. 1A Sweeping aerial shot of London, establishing the city in all its glory. 1AA EXT. SOUTHWARK BRIDGE. DAY. 1AA We swoop down the Thames to find a svelte figure on the bridge hailing a taxi. 2 INT. CHURCH. DAY 2 SHAZZER, earl

by Helen Fielding, Dan Mazer, and Emma Thompson

added by marina26
1 month ago
Hail, Caesar!

FADE IN SOUND INT. CONFESSIONAL - NIGHT DISTANT, BEAUTIFUL VOICES Male voices. A Gregorian chant. We fade in on a crucifix in the apse of the church: a suffering Christ. We cut to a close shot of a small silver cross on a rosary. The rosary is held in a man's lap next to a mouse-

by Coen brothers

added by marina26
1 month ago
The Red Turtle

Part I. The man alone. I.0. The storm. On the ocean, far out at sea, a storm rages. A man is there on his own, in the middle of the waves. A gigantic wave carries him away. He sinks, then reappears near a barrel which he clings on to. Later, he spots an overturned lifeboat which he

by Michaël Dudok de Wit

added by acronimous
1 month ago

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