Traveler

Synopsis: Jay and Tyler find themselves hunted by the FBI after a bombing of a museum. Their only lead is their best friend, Will Traveler, who disappeared after the bombing and is not in any record - anywhere. They need to find him and figure out what part he played in a spiraling nightmare of violence, death and conspiracies. Who is really Will Traveler?
 
IMDB:
8.3
Year:
2007
45 min
418 Views


Will tucks the blackberry into Taylor's front pocket.

WILL (cont'd)

And you're no businessman.

(then points to Jay)

And you're not a lawyer. For the

next two months we're adventurers.

We're Moriarty and Paradise.

4.

JAY:

(quoting the book)

Between the east of our youth...

WILL:

(picking right up on it)

...and the west of our future.

Taylor looks a bit lost.

JAY:

It's from the book.

TAYLOR:

(hiding his ignorance)

Right. I know.

Awkward silence. Will fills the void.

WILL:

Well, then, I'd say it's time to

say goodbye to the Castle.

They look at the white Victorian. Their home for two years.

TAYLOR:

I'll take first shift.

Taylor hops in the driver seat. Will takes shotgun. HOLD ON

Jay, a last look at the old house. Then he gets in the car

and the 4Runner pulls away WIPING THE SCREEN TO BLACK.

CUT TO:

TIGHT ON VIDEO SCREEN:

Steve Martin rollerskates through the LACMA art museum in the

classic scene from L.A. STORY.

WIDER REVEALS we're actually inside:

INT. TAYLOR'S 4RUNNER - MOVING - DAY

Taylor drives. Will and Jay watch the movie on drop down DVD

screens in Taylor's 4Runner. The screens switch off.

WILL:

Whoa, that's the best scene.

TAYLOR:

We're here, ladies.

5.

EXT. ESSEX HOUSE HOTEL - STREET - DAY

The 4Runner pulls up to the towering hotel on Central Park

South. A smiling BELLMAN approaches and opens the door.

BELLMAN:

Welcome to the Essex House Hotel.

Jay hops out, stares up at the hotel's facade.

JAY:

This is where you booked us?

WILL:

Figured it's our last night to live

as kings. After this it's cheap

hotels and campgrounds all the way

to San Francisco.

Jay and Taylor hop out. Will jumps in the driver's seat.

WILL (cont'd)

You guys check in. I'm gonna park

the car.

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David Digilio

David DiGilio is a screenwriter, and producer. As a screenwriter, David DiGilio has worked on "Eight Below", released in 2006. David DiGilio has also produced "The King's Guard", released in 2000. more…

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