Original Screenplay by Jason Wiese
FADE ININT. - GRAND CENTRAL TERMINAL, MAIN ROOM
GARY‟S MOTHER, a woman in her late 50‟s,
is walking slowlythrough the terminal in a state of shock.She is surrounded by her family - her older husband, a sonin his early thirties, and a daughter in her earlytwenties. The men have a hold of each one of her arms asshe clutches a bunch of Kleenex.The family approaches a makeshift memorial erected in oneof the hallways that serves as an information center forthose seeking missing loved ones. There are countless
letters covering every inch of the boards.As the family slowly looks over all the notifications andmakes their way across the memorial, the focus remains onthe mother.Gary
s mother finds an empty space towards the end of thew
all and carefully places a “Missing” notice
of her son,Gary McGregor, complete with letter and photo, on the boardwith scotch tape.She stares at the picture of Gary until a couple of tears
slowly trickle down her cheeks. Her son, Gary‟s brother,
puts his arm around her for comfort while her daughtergives her a big hug as she wails.
Gary‟s father, a tall, thin graying man in his 60‟s, walks
a few feet away from the memorial. As much as he tries tostay strong for the family, he is overcome with emotion ashe buries his face in his hands and begins to cry.The mother continues staring at the picture of his son,refusing to take her eyes off of it.CUT TO:INT.
PENN STATION, MAIN CONCOURSEDANA
‟S FATHER, an Italian looking man in h
is late fifties,is walking slowly through the station seemingly in the same
state of shock as Gary‟s mom was in.