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Sickness Level 90+

Sickness Level 90+

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Published by Tom Scilipoti

Sickness Level 90 + is a term Gettysburg College students used to describe people, places and things that were exceptionally sick in the frat bro vernacular and has dual meaning in the feature film length dark comedy that bears its name. In a figurative sense, the story's protagonist; super senior Tommy Cicero, is very sick. He has a book in his college's creative writing curriculum, a desert dry wit and several breathtakingly beautiful companions of the opposite sex. A manic-depressive privy to smoking weed and taking his Lithium sporadically however, he can also be extremely sick in the literal sense and the narrative portrays both sides of Tommy's sickness as he attempts to secure romantic fulfillment and his college degree while battling potent obstacles both external and from within.

Sickness Level 90 + is a term Gettysburg College students used to describe people, places and things that were exceptionally sick in the frat bro vernacular and has dual meaning in the feature film length dark comedy that bears its name. In a figurative sense, the story's protagonist; super senior Tommy Cicero, is very sick. He has a book in his college's creative writing curriculum, a desert dry wit and several breathtakingly beautiful companions of the opposite sex. A manic-depressive privy to smoking weed and taking his Lithium sporadically however, he can also be extremely sick in the literal sense and the narrative portrays both sides of Tommy's sickness as he attempts to secure romantic fulfillment and his college degree while battling potent obstacles both external and from within.

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Published by: Tom Scilipoti on Apr 25, 2011
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Sickness Level 90+ByThomas ScilipotiBased on a True StoryAn Emerald City Creation 410-236-8256tomscilipoti@gmail.com
 
FADE IN.EXT. KINGSVILLE WOODS - DUSKA short, stout young man (22) appears from out of the forestin formal attire, spitting tobacco juice. He’s handsome butdouble chinned; clean shaven with Mediterranean features. Heis SCILS.Behind Scils walks another sharply dressed 22 something withdirty blond hair and oceanic, baby blue eyes. He is ADAMBOUNVITA.Buonvita pulls out a pack of American Spirit cigarettes andlights one up.BUONVITABeen getting into the GnosticGospels lately.SCILSFuck yeah dude.BUONVITAIgnorance is sin, wisdom issalvation.SCILSChanged my whole perspective onshiiit. You check out the Gospel ofThomas?BUONVITAYeah it was dope.SCILSPure flow, no immaculateconceptions.BUONVITAYeah all my teachers ever did wasshit on him for being a doubter.SCILSLike doubt was a bad thing to theHellenistic Greek audience John waswriting to.BUONVITAFor real.
 
2.SCILSThomas means "twin" in Aramaic.BUONVITAHe was actually JC’s closestdisciple.SCILSWord.Scils’s Verizon Razor ring tone sounds off--"This is the wayI live" by Baby Boy Da Prince. Scils takes a pregnant pausebefore he answers.SCILSHey Maggie.BUONVITAMaggie?MAGGIE (V.O)Hi Tom. Sorry I missed your callearlier.SCILSIt’s okay. I knew you’d call meback. You always do.MAGGIE (V.O)I do.SCILSI’ve noticed. Just can’t figure outwhy.MAGGIE (V.O)Ha. Maybe just maybe it’s becauseyou’re always so good to me.SCILSI’m a Romanticist.MAGGIE (V.O)(laughing)You sure are, Tommy Scils. Guesswhat?SCILSUm, you’re getting physically illfrom missing me so much?

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