Lou

Synopsis: A Pixar short about a lost-and-found box and the unseen monster within.
Director(s): Dave Mullins
Actors: Jack Bright
  Nominated for 1 Oscar. Another 2 nominations.
 
IMDB:
7.9
G
Year:
2017
7 min
451 Views


RITA (CONT’D)

I’m not sure if there’s protocol

for such a large withdrawal. Let me

get my manager. You stay here a

minute, alright?

LOU:

Hm.

Lou watches Rita depart. She clocks the bank’s generic

furniture, fake plants and Orca themed posters from the San

Juan tourist department, finally landing on a wall mirror.

Lou’s reflection reads,”how the hell did I get here?”

INT. MANAGER’S OFFICE (BANK) - MOMENTS LATER

Rita and MR. LANCASTER (40’s), the bank manager, stand

together looking out the window. The sky darkens ominously. A

storm’s brewing.

MR. LANCASTER

If she’s erratic, we should contact

her family.

RITA:

I’m not sure she’s got family.

MR. LANCASTER

She seem like she’s lost her mind?

RITA:

She seems like...Lou.

They turn, looking at Lou through the cubicle’s glass walls.

RITA (CONT’D)

Is that blood?

They step closer to the glass for a better look, behaving as

if it was opaque.

ANGLE ON LOU-

The cuff of Lou’s shirt is indeed stained a dark, rusty red.

4.

Next to her, the Teller smacks open a ROLL OF QUARTERS. It

explodes, sending coins across the counter.

Lou reacts, catching them with astonishing agility. For any

age. Her eyes glimmer. This makes up for the deer. Almost.

ANGLE ON MANAGER’S OFFICE--

MR. LANCASTER

Just give her the money. And if you

and Betsy got to leave early to

avoid the storm, that’s fine by me.

RITA:

(nodding)

You stopping by my place tonight?

Mr. Lancaster fidgets. He’s wearing a wedding ring. Rita is

not. He shakes his head, “no.”

MR. LANCASTER

Got to keep an eye on the pump

tonight. Every time the basement

floods, the mold gets real bad.

Rita frowns, unsatisfied with his answer. She sashays her way

back to Lou as Mr. Lancaster eyes her ample behind.

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