Movie Script: Helping Louise And Ben With Their Homework (Essay Sample)
Look at a zombie film called Cargo. Write a script for a movie about paternal love. Use amazon scriptwriter and write at least 30 pages. the client was Chinese and wanted a story with a “Chinese style.” after writing the script, I was supposed to export it from amazon scriptwriter to pdf and forward it to him.
I wrote about a father who risked his life to save his family from a burning apartment. in the process of saving them, he succumbed. his son later became a military officer. while in the battleground, the son risked his life to save a boy from the enemy. The son was later honored for his heroic actions.
EXT. PARKING - FRIDAY 6:30 P.M.
A Mercedes Benz arrives at the parking outside an apartment. There is unoccupied parking space between two cars. The driver slowly positions the vehicle so that it is at the center of the parking aisle. The driver turns the wheel towards the parking space and drives gradually into space while ensuring there is a reasonable space on both sides. Finally, the driver manages to position the car parallel to the vehicles on the sides of the space.
Andre, the car driver, stops the ignition. He closes his eyes for about a minute while his hands rest on the steering. He eventually pulls out while holding a suitcase. He closes the door and strolls towards apartment B. He climbs the stairs then stops on the second floor for a while and sighs loudly. He continues to climb the stairs towards the fourth floor.
INT. STUDY ROOM, APARTMENT B, FOURTH FLOOR - 6:31 P.M.
Elisa, Andre's wife, is with the three children in the study room. Louise, Ben, John and are eight, five and one years respectively.
While Elisa holds John, she is helping Louise and Ben with their homework.
Mum, I always find mathematics difficult.
Which area do you have a problem?
I understood how to do multiplication, but I have a problem with division.
(Touching the shoulders of Louise)
Since you understood multiplication, you are going find division easy.
Our mathematics teacher, Madam Vicki, told me if I keep practicing, I will learn how to divide.
(Interrupts while looking excited)
Mom, my birthday is next Saturday!
(Looking at Ben)
Oh, yea. I haven't forgotten.
Where would you like to hold the party?
Ben thinks for a while
I would like to celebrate the birthday here in the house. I would also like to invite some of my classmates. Sam, Ken, Carson, Mary, and Kate told me they would wish to come.
Would you kindly talk to their parents? They said they would require permission to come to come.
Mum smiles while looking at Ben.
(Nodding her head)
Of course, I will talk to their parents. You can also invite more of your friends. Remember you are turning six!
(Looking at the mom)
Mom, can I also invite two of my classmates? I am sure they will make the party colorful...
Yea you can. We want to make Ben's birthday memorable.
Louise and Ben continue to do their homework. Meanwhile,
John cries, and Louise tries to soothe him.
(Starring at John)
I think he wants to sleep. Let me attend him then I will come back we finish the assignments.
INT. BEDROOM - 6:32 P.M.
Elisa goes to the bedroom. She Swaddles the baby and begins swinging him while making "shhhing" sounds. Eliza hears the doorbell ring.
(Talking from the bedroom)
Louise, kindly check who is knocking.
INT. SITTING ROOM - 6:33 P.M.
Louise heads towards the door. She looks through then finds their father. She jumps in excitement.
Is it daddy?
Ben gets out of the study table and heads towards the door.
Louise opens the door. Andrew gets in, closes the door behind him and knees down. Both Louise and Ben embrace their father.
Welcome, daddy. We missed you!
(With a faint voice)
We missed you so much.
(While lifting and kissing them)
I missed you too. Where is the mom?
She is trying to get John to sleep. She is in the bedroom.
Andre puts them down. Louise picks the suitcase. The three head towards the sitting room. Elisa emerges from the bedroom still holding the baby.
Andre stands up to embrace her.
(With a broad smile)
How are you darling? Good to see you.
(Looking at him)
I am well sweetheart. I missed you so much. I am happy you are back.
How was the day?
My day was well. Only that I had to stay in the office for two more hours to audit all the books. But finally, I am here.
I'm sorry my dear. At least you are going to relax over the weekend. I know it has been a busy week for you.
How is he doing?
He is okay. He is just sleepy.
That is why he was crying.
Andre goes to the bedroom. He puts on a white t-shirt and a pair of black shorts. He joins the rest of the family in the sitting room. Eliza is trying to soothe John who is almost asleep.
Daddy, allow us to go to the study room and complete our homework.
Yea, sure. I wanted to help you today, but I could not manage to come earlier...
However I have a surprise for all of you...
Elisa, Louise, and Ben look at him with their eyes wide open.
I am going to cook dinner for the first time today!
Louise and Ben look at each other.
(With hands lifted up)
Oh, yes. Today daddy is cooking supper!
(Rolling her eyes)
What is it going to be? I would like to eat fish and chicken cooked by daddy...
I would like to eat rice.
(Looking at both Louise and Ben)
Since you guys have your choices, let's wait and see what I am going to prepare.
INT. THE SAME APARTMENT, SITTING ROOM, THIRD FLOOR - 6:39 P.M.
A husband is seated on the couch watching a movie. He is drunk with dirty clothes. He is holding the TV remote. The wife is standing up looking at the husband from the opposite side.
(Looking at the husband)
My dear, today we must talk. I cannot accept your level of irresponsibility...
No response. The husband is unconcerned about her. He pauses the movie for a while, then plays it.
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