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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4. Sage is Special

INT. CARRIGAN/SHEPARD LIVING ROOM

Sarah and Kevin are sitting on the couch with their arms around Sage who is still squeaking.

SARAH:

“It’s okay honey.”

KEVIN:

“You bet it is. Do you know why?”

SAGE:

“Why?”

KEVIN:

“Because you are loved. If someone doesn’t want to get to know you then that’s their loss.”
Sarah looks at her daughter apprehensively till she turns to her mother and Sarah smiles.

SAGE:

“I’m special.”

SARAH:

“You sure are my little girl. You have a little condition. But a condition doesn’t mean your any less of a person.”

Sage smiles.

EXT. FOREST - SUNNY W/ SHADE

Title: Four years later

Sage and Carver are eating a picnic lunch.

Sage appears about as large as your average seven year old at this point, and she has started growing more hair on the edges of her cheeks. Her hair has also started to darken a little, and she has rather big muscles for a 10 year old.

Carver doesn’t look much different (other than being older, and the fact that his blonde hair has grown longer) and still has the braces for his legs.

Carver (who is leaning on an elbow) reaches into the picnic basket, pulls out two orange slices and Sage smiles at him when he hands her one.

SAGE:

“Thank you.”

She gently takes the other slice from Carver’s hand and they smile shyly at each other for a few seconds till Carver sits up.

CARVER:

“Hey little girlfriend?”

Sage hides a giggle behind her hand.

SAGE:

“Yeah Carver?”

Carver places his hands gently on Sage’s shoulders which she regards with a small sigh of contentment.

CARVER:

“I’m gonna try something. If you don’t like it I’ll stop.”

SAGE:

“What are you gonna do?”

CARVER:

“Close your eyes.”

SAGE:

“Do you have a surprise for me Carver?”

CARVER:

“Just close your eyes.”

Sage does so and Carver leans towards her and his lips brush against hers causing Sage to give a little startled gasp and open her eyes causing Carver to pull back.

CARVER:

“Do you want me to stop?”

Sage places one of her long fingered hands on the back of Carver’s head, closes her eyes and leans in to kiss Carver again. Carver leans back against the picnic cloth, pulling Sage with him and places a hand on her waist and she lays her body down against his. They continue to kiss, as they move onto their sides and then finally they stop and smile at each other.

CARVER:

“That was nice.”

SAGE:

“I thought so too.”

They run their fingers through each others hair.

EXT. HILL OVERLOOKING PICNIC AREA - SUNNY W/ SHADE

Something is rustling in the bushes.

EXT. FOREST - SUNNY W/ SHADE

Carver gently and awkwardly runs his fingers through Sage’s hair and she has her eyes closed and is smiling.

EXT. HILL OVERLOOKING PICNIC AREA - SUNNY W/ SHADE

We can now see the source of the rustling, a man named JOHNNY BLUECREEK , who has white hair a dirty beard and a grimy blue cap. He is also smoking a cigarette, and clutching a bottle.

He stumbles along the path towards the edge of the hill.

EXT. FOREST - SUNNY W/ SHADE

Sage is now running her fingers through Carver’s hair

EXT. HILL OVERLOOKING PICNIC AREA - SUNNY W/ SHADE

Johnny Bluecreek arrives at the edge of the cliff where his eyes suddenly go wide.

BLUECREEK:

“Holy shit.”

EXT. FOREST - SUNNY W/ SHADE

Sage and Carver are now sitting up smiling a little less shyly at each other.

SAGE:

“I want to do this again some day.”

CARVER:

“That sounds okay to me.”

Sage leans in and kisses Carver one last time, then gets to her feet and reaches out a hand to help Carver up.

BLUECREEK: (O.S.)

“Howdy there.”

Carver almost collapses in shock and Sage turns quickly to see who spoke.

EXT. HILL OVERLOOKING PICNIC AREA - SUNNY W/ SHADE

Johnny Bluecreek is waving in a drunken manner from the top of the hill.

BLUECREEK:

“Hell no one will believe this.
(he reaches in his pockets)
Where’s my damn camera?”

Bluecreek looks up.

EXT. FOREST - SUNNY W/ SHADE

The picnic basket and cloth have been abandoned.

BLUECREEK: (O.S.)

“Hello?”

 

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