INTERIOR. DAY. JAMAICA PLAIN: A BEDROOM. Another bedroom at dawn, this one minimal and organized. Along one wall are shelves holding several dozen law texts.The bed is empty, freshly made. Someone is in the shower.Hanging ready on the closet door is a full bridal gown.EXTERIOR. DAY. CAMBRIDGE: HARVARD SQUARE.The Square is coming to life as the sun rises. Rupert isstrolling along the sidewalk in a conservative uniform:grey suit, white shirt, red tie, black wingtips. He entersa small shop through a door below a simple sign: SALTERNEWS.INTERIOR. DAY. CAMBRIDGE: SALTER NEWS.The store is a cramped old-style news stand, tidy and cleanbut showing its age. Near the shelves bearing magazines andnewpapers, newer displays hold incongrous items: crystals,candles, Tarot decks, Wiccan texts.Rupert picks out a bumper sticker that reads: “My Other CarIs A Broom”. He grabs a Globe and a Herald and placeseverything on the counter in front of CASS SALTER.CASSWho’s the sticker for?RUPERTYou tell me who it’s for.Cass sighs and unrolls a small green felt, spilling aglistening handful of colored stones. She picks them up,shakes them, drops them onto the felt and looks at them thoughtfully.CASSIt’s for your mom.