The White Angel

Synopsis: A look at the life of Florence Nightingale.
Genre: Biography, Drama
Director(s): William Dieterle
  1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
6.8
APPROVED
Year:
1936
92 min
324 Views


14 INT DAY CARTERS OFFICE (CRIME SCENE) - The photo of the screaming woman

is on the desk, the logo CRIME SCENE emblazoned across it...ELLEN

CARTER looks at it as she picks up the ringing phone...

CARTER:

Hello CRIME SCENE - yes, that's me...

LANCE the camera man brushes past, rubbing intimately with CARTER - she

shrugs him off angrily, she isn't going to take any shit from him!

LANCE laughs to himself before moving over to SALLY's desk, a young

secretary. He sits on it before giving CARTER a knowing look and turns

his attentions to SALLY - CARTER's eyes roll back in her head.

CARTER:

No - I'm sorry I haven't made my

payments - Friday - Fine - OK?

CARTER watches LANCE as he pesters SALLY - She has a thought. She picks

up her Polaroid camera and focuses on the two - she presses the button

and the photo comes out. She looks at it smiling as it develops.

CARTER:

No - I wont use the card... Fine...

Thank you - goodbye...

She replaces the phone and stands - she walks over to ANDY'S desk, a

young office worker. She passes him the photo...

CARTER:

Could you do me a colour photocopy of

this now?

(CONTINUED)

14 CONTINUED:

ANDY looks at it and smiles...

CARTER heads for DEZEREA's OFFICE, editor of CRIME SCENE and owner of

FANTASY PUBLICATIONS.

15 INT DAY DEZERAE'S OFFICE - There is a tap on the door and CARTER

enters. DEZERAE'S office is in stark contrast with the explosion of

paperwork outside. It's posh, clean and VERY organised.

The walls have framed covers from the the magazines she owns, CRIME

SCENE, TRUE MURDER, ADULT MOVIES MONTHLY and BLUEBIRDS - the office is

an odd mixture of exclusive designerisms and seedy exploitation.

DEZERAE sits behind her desk. She is a woman in her fifties, but she

looks like she has spent most of those fifty years in a sand storm! She

has jet black hair, nicotine fingers and lashings of christian dior

make-up. She's wearing jewellery and clothes more befitting an Indian

Princess...

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Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (February 27, 1807 – March 24, 1882) was an American poet and educator whose works include "Paul Revere's Ride", The Song of Hiawatha, and Evangeline. He was also the first American to translate Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy, and was one of the five Fireside Poets. more…

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Submitted by aviv on February 05, 2017

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