Good Neighbours

Synopsis: A downstairs neighbour has some sinister voodoo plans for the lady above.
Genre: Drama, Short
Year:
2007
6 min
9 Views

You know it's not really heavy for a pull-out.

It just kind'a awkward and cumbersome

It's actually my parent's old couch.

Pretty nice of them to give it to me

OK:

- OK

- Thank you so much

You are the best neighbor in the history

of neighbors. Thank you so much.

- Don't give it another thought

- No, no. Listen.

I gotta make it up to you.

Let me cook you supper or take you out for supper.

Something like that.

- Sure, when you are settled

- OK

I'm sorry, I'm sorry.

It's just stupid people.

Stupid things they want me to do

Just tonight

And just because you made me

feel so bad for being late

- You get stood up?

- OK, bye Mr. Chou

- You should date nicer boys

- Hey

- Hey.

How's it going?

- Good, good. I still owe you that supper

- Oh, don't worry about it.

- I am not worried about it.

I just want to make sure I thank you properly

- OK. Hey

- Hello

- Good morning

- Good morning

Got the newspaper?

- Oh, I didn't work yesterday

- Big night, anybody watching

the results come in tonight?

- 'cause I thought maybe we could like.

I don't know

Get together, eat food.

See what happens.

Bad idea.

Never mind

- No, sure

- Yeah, let's do it here. I'll cook

- Really?

Amazing. How 'bout I'll bring dessert?

- I'll come sevenish

- Whenever

- OK. Bye

- Man, this is gonna be fun

- It is gonna be a good time

Alright I'll see you there

- I'll see ya

- I'm English

Just give me one...

What's going on?

- Johanne

- What about Johanne?

- Where did she say that she met him?

- She didn't

I don't know where she goes out.

She lives down town I think

She described him to you, though?

- Yeah, but I was barely listening

She said he was blond, muscular.

Tall I think or she thought

It really wasn't very specific

- And she said his name was?

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