Wednesday, 27 March 2013

Wrong Email Script

INT.HOTEL - DAY

A man walks into the hotel room and walks to reception.

JOHN:
Is my room ready? My name is John Chea.

RECEPTIONIST:
Yes sir.

Receptionist passes a key to John Chea and he takes the lift to the 5th floor. John Chea opens the door and walks in.

INT.HOTEL ROOM -DAY

John tests the lights and air conditioning.
JOHN:
At least the lights and air conditioning works.

John walks into the toilet and takes a shower. He then turns on his computer.

JOHN:
I wonder how Beatrice is doing. I shall send her an email.

John starts to type, Dearest Wife……

INT.CEMETERY - DAY

Chandran sobs and stands up.
CHANDRAN:
I will miss Jonny. He was a good man.

Just then her phone vibrated.
CHANDRAN:
Wait an email? Who is it from?

Chandran looks at her phone and collapses. The phone read ‘Dearest Wife, Just got checked in. Everything prepared for your arrival P.S. Sure is hot down here.’




14 comments:

  1. I like this script as it is very detailed. However "John" should be changed as the readers may get confused.

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  2. He added a conversation with the reception, which is good

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  3. Added the receptionist conversation , it was good and they describe the scene of the receptionist bringing the man up.

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  4. The characters were diverse and it has good description

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  5. Added the conversation with receptionist. Did not mention that the email was sent wrongly, but it was revealed later that the email was sent wrongly.

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  6. There are details. And also, I like the widow's name. :D

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  7. The specific actions of the man and the other characters are shown. Nice one.

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  8. It is very detailed, especially the dialogues.

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    1. I like it because it is very descriptive

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  10. Very detailed, I can picture what is happening

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  11. I like it because it is very detailed and descriptive.

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