2FROM THE BLACK WE HEAR --OCEAN WAVES. WHIPPING WINDS.FADE IN:EXT. WATERFRONT PIER - DUSKA bare HORIZON, a calm ocean sliced perfectly against the orangesky. The setting sun casts long shadows across the wooden planks.A MAN stands at the PIER, back to us. He gazes out at the water.A WOMAN enters frame
she walks up to the
, a CLUTCHin her hand. She stands a few feet from the MAN. She lights acigarette, takes a slow drag.WOMAN
Haven’t seen a view
like this in awhile.The MAN takes a deep breath.MANFive years.WOMANSeems like a lifetime ago.The WOMAN takes a long drag. The MAN continues to stare out atthe ocean.MANI n
ever thought you’d
actuallycome.WOMANBetter late than never. How manylonely nights have you spent here?MANToo many to count.WOMANYou waited for me. All this time?MANI once promised the woman I loved
I’d meet her here.
The MAN looks over to the WOMAN.WOMANSo --The WOMAN walks over to him and holds out her cigarette - her redLIPSTICK stains the cigarette butt.