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Screenplay for Dead End Road Opening: Lou arrives at the hotel, all is in black and white. Chandeliers sweep across the ceiling, a panning shot swoops around these and we see Lou walking to the Lobby. Lou; "Erm, hi, im looking for a Mr. Abel, could you tell me what room he's in ?" ; As the woman looks up, Her eyes are a piercing blue/Grey. C/U of womans eyes, zoom into Medium long shot to see the woman sitting at the desk Receptionist " Sorry Miss, but that information is retained for the customer. It's our policy" Shot back to Lou, Lou " Well its just the guy asked me to meet him here, asked me to meet him in his room" The receptionist looks up at Lou now, retains eye contact and a smirk appears across her red full lips C/U of the lips while speaking, Receptionist "I didn't think is was one of those calls, Mr. ...read more.

Middle

C/U of the door as Lou's hand reaches up and knocks C/U of the 161 against the black backround, as the doors open, a C/U of Mr. Abels eyes are seen. He looks left, then right. Mr.Abel " Are you gonna come in then, darling?" We see Lou walk through the door, a static shot is shown as the door is shut, revealing the 161 room number again. Mr. Abel "What took you so long? Im not a man to wait around, my times precious" We see Lou throw her stuff down and take a seat in the corner of the room, the room is pristine clean white, with a few black pieces of furniture. Lou "Just some stuck up bitch in the lobby, and lower the tone a little huh" The camera zooms out to see Mr. Abel in scene, he takes off his cufflinks and lays them upon glass table, he looks down at Lou. ...read more.

Conclusion

Ian" Mr. Abel "Yeah I knew that shit 'ole, far to well love" Lou "How'd ya mean " Cut to Mr Abels face, his crows feet showing around his eyes, he looks to Lou Mr Abel " I just wanted to save a lass her time y'know, theres no point looking for reasons of Timmo's death love, What happened in Ono, Will always stay in that hell hole of a place, you get me, give up love, You'll find jack shit, trust me, sweet Fanny Adams" Lou " Hey hold on mate, what would it take for me to get a little info outta ya, y'know, It wasn't suicide was it Ian, right?" C/U of Ians face Mr Abel " Y'know what kid, that Timmo was a pile of shit, and I just dunno, to be fair he was doing himself a favour if he had played god that night love, trust me" ...read more.

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