Sean Connor Joel Screenplay

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Sean Connor Joel Screenplay

  1. 1. INT. WAREHOUSE – DAY Derelict, dirty, covered in graffiti, extremely vandalised. A man wearing a stained shirt and with scruffy hair is talking into a small camera on a tripod. CLOSE UP of CHRIS CHRIS: Hey, so uh, me again. Done another one. A woman this time. I think she was a neighbour or something, used to deliver papers to her. This one was fun though, she had a bit of fight in her… (pauses and daydreams, as if fantasizing) anyway yeah, then I dropped her in the back of that old car I found, and lit it on fire. Hah, dunno why I did that really, someone probably couldaseen the flames or something. Cue opening titles. These will be written on Polaroid pictures that ‘CHRIS’ has taken of his victims and accumulated over the years. They are pinned up on a wall and the cameraPANS across them as he is pinning up new pictures of his latest victim - the woman. INT. OFFICE – DAY A really normal house, home to a police officer, doesn’t particularly stand out. A man is seen conversing with his colleagues. POLICE OFFICER: I’m going to go to the warehouse and check out the fire I was telling you about the other night. COLLEAGUES: Nah, you’re wasting your time. It’ll just be those kids again. POLICE OFFICER: Ah well. I’ve had a good week; I’ve got time to kill.
  2. 2. EXT. OUTSIDE OF OFFICE – DAY POLICE OFFICER is seen walking outside of the office building, and heading towards the warehouse. FADE TO BLACK INT. WAREHOUSE –DAY ‘CHRIS’ is again seen documenting another one of his murders, we cut to him as he is mid-sentence. This time, the regular camera is filming him film himself. POLICE OFFICER bursts into the room, the fade to black implying a significant amount of time has passed since he left the office. They have a confrontation, ending in ‘CHRIS’ death. This will actually happen off screen on the camera Chris uses to film himself. When he’s done, POLICE OFFICER walks over to the camera. POLICE OFFICER: What the hell is this?

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