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EXT. RENNER RANCH. DAY.
STEFAN, 9, New York accent, city kid, out of his element.
Should I ride him?
He's a pig.
Yeah, but he's a fierce pig.
He doesn't look that mean.
Go on then, cousin.
I'm not goin' in there.
Coward. Watch it.
into the pen.
Here piggy wiggly. Come and get me,
you fat fuckin' turd.
The pig gets to its feet. Jack faces off.
I'm gonna wait till pa's sleeping,
then I'll take my jack blade and tear
strips off yeh for B.L.T.'s.
You didn't ride him.
Well, they say pigs are smarter than
dogs...and I've seen dogs understand
more English than people.
Do you think that pig understands
what I'm saying?
If he understood English, he wouldn't
be rolling in shit - but he's just a
stinky pink turd. I wouldn't eat him
cracking his head along the way.
Blood mats Jack's hair.
(into the distance)
Piggly wiggly...fuckin' shit. We'll
get those B.L.T.'S tomorrow, Stef.
EXT. BAUNNER RANCH. DAY.
sparkle in the sun like diamonds.
There's a moment in the mornings,
after a cool, wet night, just before
the sun pulls the dew from our
fields - when there are diamonds
In the distance, the sun peaks over tall mountains.
EXT. FOREST ROAD. NIGHT.
owl sits in one, hooting.
Of course, it's only a beautiful
stares into his car trunk.
No more real than finding the toe of
a rainbow, or a waterfall in the
middle of a desert...
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