Primal Tears (partial movie script - PG13 edition)

I have long been a fan of Kelpie Wilson's novel Primal Tears. To find out more about it click the link to the youtube video. I have included here, a sample of the theatrical version of a script for a Primal Tears film.

I will eventually post a sample of the R rated version on here as well.

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11. Chasing the Wind

INT. SAGE’S CABIN - DIMLY LIT

Sage stands at the door and takes a deep breath. The moonlight spills through the window. Sage looks out the window at the beautiful moon. She looks for a few seconds, and then her lip starts to quiver, her eyes tighten and she starts to whimper.

SAGE:

“I just want to be home.”

Suddenly there’s a large gust of wind, and the door flies open. Sage stops her whimpering and looks at the door in surprise. Some leaves blow in with the wind.

Sage walks over to the door and closes it. She turns and starts to head towards the bedroom. Suddenly another gust blows open the door again. Sage glares and turns to push the door shut again.

She sticks her head out the door.

EXT. SAGE’S CABIN - MOONLIT NIGHT

The gust has calmed. Sage turns to go back inside.

Suddenly there’s a squeaking from below and Sage turns around and spots the squirrel at her feet.

SAGE: (SUBTITLE)

“What is it?”

The squirrel runs up the door frame, stopping at Sage’s eye level.

SQUIRREL: (SUBTITLE)

“Do you feel the wind?”

Sage looks confused.

SAGE: (SUBTITLE)

“Yeah. It keeps blowing the door open.”

SQUIRREL: (SUBTITLE)

“The wind is calling you. Start walking. If you go the wrong way, you will feel the wind moving against you.”

Sage looks out at the forest.

SAGE: (SUBTITLE)

“Now?”

The squirrel jumps on Sage’s shoulder and squeaks in her face.

SQUIRREL: (SUBTITLE)

“When the wind calls we answer kid. Now get going.”

Sage opens her mouth to protest.

SQUIRREL: (SUBTITLE)

“March.”

Sage starts to walk.

SAGE: (SUBTITLE)

“Okay okay. Don’t get all squirrely.”

SQUIRREL: (SUBTITLE - O.S)

“Hilarious. How long did it take you to come up with that one.”

EXT. FOREST PATH - MOONLIT NIGHT

Sage walks along the path with the squirrel perched on her shoulder. She reaches the top of the hill.

A gust of wind blows leaves at her left shoulder.

The squirrel looks to the right.

SQUIRREL: (SUBTITLE)

“Wind says you should go right.”

So Sage turns and walks off the path into the dark of the forest.

EXT. FOREST - MOONLIT NIGHT

Sage walks through the forest with the squirrel on her shoulder. The forest makes creepy noises. Sage looks around nervously.

SQUIRREL: (SUBTITLE)

“Come on quickly.”

Sage puts a finger up.

SAGE: (SUBTITLE)

“I’ve been following the wind for two whole hours now. I have no idea where she’s taking me.”

The squirrel runs up to Sage’s head.

SQUIRREL: (SUBTITLE)

“The harder it blows the closer you are to your destination.”

Sage continues to walk forward. Suddenly a very large gust of wind hits her square in the back.

SAGE:

“Whoa!”

The squirrel runs down Sage’s back and into her shirt.

SAGE: (SUBTITLE)

“Get out of there.”

SQUIRREL: (SUBTITLE - O.S)

“I suggest you run.”

Sage frowns and starts to run away from the wind.

She leaps over logs and swirling leaves.

She runs as fast as her fairly short legs can go.

She can see the edge of the forest, and runs towards it.

EXT. A ROCKY CLIFF (FOREST IN DISTANCE) - MOONLIT NIGHT

A perilous rocky cliff is right in Sage’s path.

EXT. COMING OUT OF FOREST TOWARDS CLIFF - MOONLIT NIGHT

Sage keeps running from the wind, out of the forest straight towards the cliff.

The squirrel suddenly leaps off Sage.

SAGE: (SUBTITLE)

“Hey where are you going?”

The squirrel scurries off without another squeak.

Suddenly Sage is lifted off the ground and speeds through the air toward the cliff. She lets out a yelp of fright.

SAGE:

“What the? Help!”

 

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