We close in on the opaque plastic of the eyes of the mask..Where we see the reflection of the dead mice.. The imagechanges to that of a public area where we look down to seepeople walking and..
MATCH CUT TO:EXT. TOLLYGUNGE SUBWAY STATION - DAY
22The image becomes real .. an aerial view of the subwaystation. The harsh sun spits on the passengers rushing totheir day jobs.Caption -
8:30 am. Rush HourCUT TO:INT. TOLLYGUNGE SUBWAY STATION - DAY
33A plethora of travellers run down the stairs towards theplatform. Ranging from school kids to office goingindividuals to normal people.As we go down the stairs with the travellers, we see a schoolboy of 14 Years old, nervously walking on the platform.Clutching onto his school bag very carefully.The train arrives. Everyone gets in. The atmosphere is filled with inaudible dialogs.The nervous kid quietly goes and sits near the door of thetrain, clutching to his school bag. The other bunch of kidscan be seen at the other end of the same compartment creatinga ruckus.The train starts.Just before the doors close, a man runs down the platform andsqueezes himself through the closing doors. A young man inhis early thirties, dressed in casual clothes.Across the nervous kid.. A middle aged woman sits with aninfant who keeps crying. She tries to console the kid but itshot inside the compartment. The collective body heat of thetravellers is no match for the train’s puny air conditioners.The nervous kid sits quietly avoiding any eye contact withanyone.The young man takes out his mobile phone and tries to call anumber - he realizes there is no network. He starts movingthrough the compartment. His eyes scanning each passenger.The infant continues to cry. An elderly lady sitting besidethe mother offers some advice.2.
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