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Screenplay By Phillip Ghee (USA)

Chapter Twenty-Nine



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NEXT SCENE: bright sunny California day. The words a few years later appear.
A convertible speeds down scenic Pacific Coast Highway. We see from the rear the driver’s short cropped blond hair being blown black by the wind. A siren blast spoils the tranquility of the day. A motorcycle officer pulls the vehicle over. As the cop approaches the vehicle we see the driver is wearing a priest collar as he goes for identification. “where’s the funeral Father, the cop intones and proceeds to write the driver a ticket. The transaction completed, the convertible pulls off. The helmeted and dark visor clad policeman removes his helmet and we are exposed to a more mature Braxton.

FADE to Black

The End


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