Crash

Synopsis: A young boy, named Stefan is put to the test as he is applying to colleges. He is foolishly tricked into taking a pill and being left in the woods alone by a rebellious girl, Amrisa. ...
Genre: Drama, Mystery, Short
Year:
2012
5 min
5 Views

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I take it this means you missed me?

Sshh, Mum and Dad are

back in half an hour.

You can talk later.

# And leaving without them... #

You're back! You said

you'd be back at seven!

Rach! Tom picked me up.

Don't lick me!

You have to drop out.

It's been shit without you.

All right, Rach? Hi.

To be honest, Rachel, we're

just going to have a night in.

But I've told everyone you

were going to be there.

I haven't seen my mum or dad yet.

You've got all Christmas for that.

Anyway, I thought Tom would

have told you by now.

I told him not to but you know

what he's like around you.

He's whipped! He's whipped!

Rach! Tom, you could have warned me!

Well, yeah, but you're only

back for the holidays,

I've got to live round here.

Look, it's your first night back,

we have to do something.

Unless you two have got

something else in mind?

What? No! No! The Rose

and Crown it is.

I can come back if

you want to get ready.

Rach, I am ready!

What, don't you like

this or something?

It's just... different.

Oh, right, have the Rose and Crown

introduced a dress code

since I was last there?

Ash! Oh, my God, haven't any of

yous heard of knocking?

Look at you. Our little girl,

all grown up, making it

in the big wide world.

Feels like years.

Three months, Ash.

I swear, you're worse than her!

If we go now, we can get seats.

That looks nice on you.

Ah, thank you, mate, cos, you know,

Rachel was worried it was too

"different"! Sensitive.

For the Rose and Crown?

That's what I said.

Oh, yeah, because Rachel

always looks so sort of... Nice hat.

No, I was just on about

going out after.

Have you seen what the

average KFC punter wears?

That's Ethan, come on, everybody.

Now then, what's occurring?

Ah, Dad! Presents!

Very current that, Dad.

Not cringe at all!

Happy Christmas, love! Thanks, Mum.

Good to have you home. What's this?

You've got your fancy boots on,

your make-up on,

your hair's all done,

do you think they're trying

to tell us something, Ann?

You going out? You've only just

come back. I thought we'd have a

nice quiet night in, I thought we'd

have a catch up. Mum...

I'm teasing, he told us last night.

Tom! You warned everyone

but me, thank you.

Tom, while I've got you,

I'm having trouble getting

the Bluetooth to work in the new

car, I wonder if you could...

Tomorrow, I'll pop round,

have a look? Nice one.

OK, people, Rose and Crown!

I've put a wash on for you, Mum.

Put a wash on? You are learning

something, then, at this university?

Come on. If we go now

we can get seats.

I have to pick up Brian, take him

home before we go out, that OK?

Fine, whatever. Who needs seats?

Look, it was starting to chuck

it down when we come in

so watch yourselves.

Cover up your hair!

Hi! Hi.

Hey, you all right, mate?

How's it going? Good.

Come on, you're with us.

Oh, Tom's car's more comfortable.

I heard that! Ash! Well, apparently

I'm with Rach and Ethan.

Tom's picking his brother up.

And there I was just thinking you

wanted the pleasure of my company.

Kidnap and friendship - it's a

fine line for our Rach. Ethan!

Yes, my lady. I'll see

you in a bit, Mart. See you later.

Jesus, talk about a vice grip.

Why can't I go in their car?

I was giving them some space.

I was being nice.

I can be nice, you know.

The whole convention of

present-giving is you don't know

what you're getting.

I'm not really into "convention".

Can you not just give

me a hint, a tiny one? No!

Oh, fun.

What are you doing here?

I could ask you the same question.

Mum's sick, you're supposed

to be looking after her.

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