‘The American Dream, Overrated Freedom’ Original Script by Ross McNeil



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All three look to THOMAS
THOMAS

Should be O.K. Do you think there is enough room?


KID

Two fold away beds should fit in there.

(beat)

It’s only temporary right.


THOMAS

In about two to three months we should have enough for a deposit on a small apartment.


ROADRUNNER

ALRIGHT!!


THOMAS

But for tonight, we’ll all have to sleep in the basement.


GIL

One last night in the basement.

(Sarcastic)
Kind of emotional.
ALL

Yeah right.

(mixture of laughs)
All four guys get up out their chairs and head out towards the exit. GIL looks around again proudly. THOMAS places a hand on his shoulder.
THOMAS

Congratulations. You deserve it.


GIL smiles at his friend.
GIL

All because of you.

THOMAS

Well I couldn’t have done it with out you.



(beat)

Come on. Lets get back. I’m tired.


GIL

I’ll be with you in a sec. Just need to drain the snake.


GIL leaves to go the bathroom in the back of the store. THOMAS exits to the street.

CUT TO:
EXT. OUTSIDE SMALL STORE –- NIGHT


THOMAS walks out on the street. TONY appears. He is pointing a gun at ROADRUNNER and KID. They have their hands in the air. THE KID is scared, shaking.
TONY

You fuckers thought you could fuck me over.


ROADRUNNER

(calmly)


Easy TONY.
TONY

Shut the fuck up. Now give me your fuckin’ money.


THE KID is silent. THOMAS realizes that is TONY that tried to steal the five hundred dollars four months earlier.
THOMAS

TONY?


(beat)

What do you think you’re doing?


TONY

All you motherfuckers tried to screw me.


THOMAS

(loudly/angry)

What are you talking shit for? You screwed yourself.
TONY

Just shut your mouth.


TONY points the gun directly at THOMAS’ head.
THOMAS

Alright, take it easy. ERIC give him the money.

ROADRUNNER

I aint givin’ him shit.

TONY

Don’t fuck wit me man. I’ll fuck your ass with lead.


THOMAS

Do it ERIC. It isn’t worth dying over.


ROADRUNNER puts his hand inside his jacket. At the same time the shop door opens and GIL walks out. TONY looks over at GIL. Seeing TONY’S attention has been diverted ROADRUNNER dives on TONY. He tries to grab the gun it discharges. THOMAS and the KID wrestle TONY to the ground.
TONY

Get the fuck off me.


THOMAS looks over at GIL. He is slumped against the door. He has been shot in the chest.
THOMAS

GIL!
THOMAS runs over to where GIL is sitting. He is barely alive. THOMAS is panicking.


THOMAS

KID! Call an ambulance.


THE KID gets up from TONY, leaving ROADRUNNER holding him down. The gun is lying out of reach. KID runs out off screen.
TONY thinks they are going to kill him.
TONY

(scared)


Fuck man. I didn’t mean it fella’s. It was an accident.

(beat)


Don’t hurt me.
THOMAS

GIL. Stay with me. GIL. Hold on!

(To TONY)

If anything happens to him, I’ll kill you.

(beat)

You’re going to be alright. Hang on.


THOMAS opens up GILS shirt. He sees the bullet wound. He tears up as GIL begins to lose consciousness.
THOMAS

Oh my GOD!


He takes off his shirt, wraps it around his hand and presses it against the wound.
THOMAS

Where the fuck is that ambulance.

GIL motions that he wants to speak to THOMAS.
THOMAS

What is it GIL?


TIGHT ON GILS FACE.

GIL is pale. All the color is gone from his face. He is finding it hard to breath.


THOMAS moves closer.
GIL

Quietly in a dying voice.


Live your dream.
GIL closes his eyes and dies in THOMAS’ arms.
THOMAS

(crying)


No. Stay with me. Don’t go. DON’T GO.
The ambulance and police arrive. The paramedics rush over to GIL. The police close in on TONY and ROADRUNNER.
CUT TO:
INT. STORE –- NIGHT
THOMAS, KID and ROADRUNNER are sitting around the table. Through the glass window of the store we see GIL’S body in a body bag being placed on a gurney and placed into the ambulance. TONY is being led away by the police in the back of a squad car. The three guy’s are soaking wet and cold. ROADRUNNER is crying, with his face in his hands.
ROADRUNNER

I’m sorry.


THOMAS puts his hand on his shoulder.
ROADRUNNER (Cont’d)

It’s all my fault. I killed GIL. ME.

THOMAS

(withdrawn)



TONY fired the gun.
KID

If I had been quicker getting to a pay phone then maybe ...


THOMAS

(withdrawn)

Stop this. None of us are to blame.
ROADRUNNER

(sobbing)

If I hadn’t of jumped that piece of shit, GIL would still have been here.
The three guy’s sit in silence.
THOMAS (V.O)

GIL died my best friend. His death hit us all hard.


TIGHT ON ERIC

THOMAS (V.O)

ERIC blamed himself, he was never the same after that. Didn’t speak much.

(beat)


He just couldn’t stand to see someone steal his hard earned money.
CUT TO:
EXT. OUTSIDE THE STORE –- DAY (SUNSHINE)
There is a man on scaffolding finishing the sign above the shop. The sign shows the name of the store and company to be ‘GILBURT SULIVANS’. The man painting the sign is just finishing the last ‘S’. THOMAS is standing watching the man work.
THOMAS (V.O)

There was only one name that we all could agree on.

I think he would have liked it.
FADE TO:
INT. A LARGE BOARDROOM –- DAY
THOMAS is sitting at the head of the table. He is dressed immaculately in a blue business suit. There are ten men and woman in business suits sitting around the rich mahogany table. Sunshine beams through the window lighting up the room.
FOUR YEARS LATER
THOMAS

(cheerful)

Alright. Everybody have a good weekend?
ALL

Yes sir.
THOMAS

Good. Good. I played a bit of golf. Well, attempted to play a bit of golf.
There are mild laughs from the men and woman in suits.
THOMAS (Cont’d)

O.K. Any news?

SUIT

Yes sir. We have started to screen our new commercial, which has received positive reviews.



THOMAS

I haven’t seen it yet. Can I see it?


SUIT

Of course. SAM would you play the tape.


The man in the suit motions to a young man, SAM, 18, obviously an intern, to put the tape in the player. He does. Thomas swings round to view the monitor.
TIGHT ON TELEVISION MONITOR BEHIND THOMAS
The commercial on the television is set in a large shop. There are waitresses running around taking orders. The shop is very busy. Customers are drinking fruit drinks, eating snacks, happy, they are conversing with each other. There are men and woman in casual wear and business wear. A television voice over man is voicing off screen.
VOICE OVER (O.S)

Need a place to sit and unwind —-


TIGHT ON WOMAN DRINKING A FRUIT JUICE
A woman, in business attire is smiling, drinking a cup of freshly squeezed fruit juice.
VOICE OVER (O.S)

-- Relax over a glass of freshly prepared fruit juice --


TIGHT ON SEVERAL GLASSES OF FRUIT JUICE
VOICE OVER (O.S)

-- from our wide selection of flavors. Take it easy with ‘GILBURT SULIVAN’S’--


TIGHT ON A CHILD DRINKING SOME FRUIT JUICE
VOICE OVER (O.S)

-- The fruity flavor of America.


The man in the suit turns off the television using a remote.
THOMAS

Very nice. Professional.

(beat)

Who was the project organizer?


SARAH, 33, raises her hand.
SARAH

It was me sir.


THOMAS

Ah. Miss THOMPSON. Excellent job.


THOMAS reaches into his pocket and takes out a set of keys. He tosses them in SARAH’S direction. They land on the table and slide up to where she is sitting.
THOMAS (Cont’d)

For you.
SARAH

What’s this?
THOMAS

Every month from now, on the board member who exhibits hard work and good performance will receive the keys to a Mercedes SLK convertible.


SARAH looks surprised.
SARAH

Thank you MR. CRAWFORD


SHE stares at the keys in disbelief.
THOMAS

Your welcome.

(beat)

Don’t get too excited you only get to lease it for one month. Can’t afford to give away a Mercedes every month.



(laughs)

If you do a good job, you won’t be forgotten.


Everybody in the boardroom looks pleased. They all look at one another as if to say ‘this is great’.
A woman knocks on the boardroom door and enters. She is SANDY, 24, and THOMAS’ personal assistant.
THOMAS swivels on his chair.
SANDY

Um. Sorry to interrupt. I have a Mr. Parker on the phone.


THOMAS

Great.


(beat)

I’m sorry would you excuse me.


THOMAS rolls back his chair, gets up and exits the boardroom. He takes the portable telephone from SANDY.

THOMAS


Thank you Sandy.

(beat)


KID. How are you buddy?
KID (O.S)

(phone)


Pretty good THOMAS. You want to do lunch?
THOMAS looks at his watch.
THOMAS

Sure. Um. How’s One thirty?


KID (O.S)

Great. Hampshire’s Restaurant?


THOMAS

Sounds good. See you soon.


KID (O.S)

(jokingly)

Don’t work too hard.
THOMAS

You know me. Bye.


THOMAS re-enters the boardroom.
THOMAS

O.K. Where were we?


THOMAS closes the large oak boardroom door behind him.

CUT TO:
INT. LARGE COURTROOM –- DAY


A typical courtroom. The judge is sitting up high in the center of the room. The accused, MRS ELIZABETH JACKSON, is sitting next to her attorney at the front. She is pale. A shell of the strong confident woman we have seen earlier. They sit on the left side of the court and the prosecution sits on the right of the court. There are television cameras at the sides of the room recording the action.
ELIZABETH and her attorney are in conversation. The attorney stands up.
DEF. ATTORNEY

Your Honor, I would like to call MRS ELIZABETH JACKSON to the stand.


There are murmurs from the gallery.
JUDGE

(firmly)


Quiet please.
The noise dies down
JUDGE (Cont’d)

MRS. JACKSON, you understand that if you testify, you will be open to cross examination.


DEF. ATTORNEY

My client understands your honor.


The judge motions to ELIZABETH to take the stand.
JUDGE

MRS. JACKSON, if you will.


ELIZABETH stands up walks over to the witness stand, enters and takes a seat.
The bailiff approaches with a bible. He holds it out. ELIZABETH places her hand on it.
BAILIFF

(formal tone)

Do you swear to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth so help you God?
ELIZABETH

I do.
She removes her hand from the Bible.


JUDGE

Witness has been sworn in. You may proceed.


ELIZABETHS defense attorney, 51, stands. He is thin man, graying hair, glasses.
DEF. ATTORNEY

MRS. JACKSON, could you please tell the court what happened on the evening of March 3rd.


ELIZABETH is sweating. She is very nervous.
ELIZABETH

Um. Yes. Can I get some water?


The bailiff brings some water over to ELIZABETH.
ELIZABETH

Thank You.

(takes a sip)

JOSHUA told me to wait down stairs. He said he was going to speak to STEVEN and ALEC —-


Defense attorney interrupts –-

DEF. ATTORNEY

-- Your partners, STEVEN HOLDEN and ALEC MCINTYRE.
ELIZABETH

Yes.
DEF. ATTORNEY

So it was he that deceived you. You believed that MR. BUCKLEY was going to talk to your business partners.
ELIZABETH

Yes.
DEF. ATTORNEY

And what was the reason for the conversation?
ELIZABETH

JOSHUA had discovered some papers that showed financial irregularities within the company.


DEF. ATTORNEY

These papers would have proved a felony charge among the three partners.


ELIZABETH

Um. Yes
DEF. ATTORNEY

Is it true that your self and MR. BUCKLEY were involved romantically?
ELIZABETH

We were in love. Or at least I thought we were.


DEF. ATTORNEY

You were so much in love with this man you would have believed anything he said.


ELIZABETH

Yes. I did.


Attorney turns to face the jury.
DEF. ATTORNEY

This man. JOSHUA ALEXANDER BUCKLEY, a history of abuse against woman, a con artist, tricked the defendant into taking her husbands money.

(beat)

He could not stand to see all his hard work, he had spent coning my client, thrown down the drain.



(beat)

MRS. JACKSON did you know that this man, your lover had this criminal history? Fraud and theft?

ELIZABETH

No I did not.


DEF. ATTORNEY

Would you have continued your relationship had you known of this?


ELIZABETH

No.
DEF. ATTORNEY

No further questions you honor.
JUDGE

Your witness.


The judge motions to the prosecution.
ATTORNEY FOR PROS.

MRS. CRAWFORD. You say you loved MR. BUCKLEY.


ELIZABETH

Very much so.


ATTORNEY FOR PROS.

And you also claim that it was he who persuaded you to transfer all your husband’s wealth into a joint bank account for you and MR. BUCKLEY.


ELIZABETH

That’s also correct.


ATTORNEY FOR PROS.

But... you have a history of doing this. Way before you even met Mr. BUCKLEY.


ELIZABETH

That was different.


ATTORNEY FOR PROS.

How exactly? Although you had your first husband, MR. THOMAS CRAWFORD, sign the financial papers, there were question marks as to whether his signature was gained illegally.


Defense attorney stands.

DEF. ATTORNEY

Objection. Your honor. That matter was decided by the court that there was no wrong doing on the part of my client.
JUDGE

Sustained. Rephrase the question or move on.


ATTORNEY FOR PROS.

I’ll withdraw it your honor.

(beat)

These papers that you claim Mr. BUCKLEY found. They would have placed you squarely in the frame, for embezzlement and accounting fraud.


ELIZABETH

I had no idea that was the case.


ATTORNEY FOR PROS.

Aren’t you the company financial director?


ELIZABETH

Yes.


ATTORNEY FOR PROS.

Well wouldn’t you know? The one person in the entire organization that would know if the company had hidden 25 million dollar losses from stockholders.


ELIZABETH

I had nothing to do with that.


ATTORNEY FOR PROS.

So who could have done it?


ELIZABETH

Well. The only other people who could manipulate that kind of money would have been STEVEN and ALEC.


ATTORNEY FOR PROS.

The deceased.


ELIZABETH doesn’t show any emotion.
ATTORNEY FOR PROS.

I believe that you and the infamous MR. BUCKLEY were planning to run away together with your husbands money. But when you saw a chance to screw the partners you hated for four years out of their company, you couldn’t resist.


ELIZABETH

No.


ATTORNEY FOR PROS.

There was just one problem. You timed it wrong. The malpractices in your company were going to be revealed before you had a chance to trick your loving husband into signing all the necessary financial papers. You stated that the ‘stupid son of a bitch lost the remaining form’.


ELIZABETH

(crying) No. You’re wrong.


ATTORNEY FOR PROS.

You tell JOSHUA. He can’t stand to see his portion of the money get taken away, because all the time he is coning you. So one of you decides that the only way out, is to kill your partners. Say the fraud and embezzlement was all their doing.

(beat)

You waited outside, to check that no one came up the fire escape steps, while your lover murdered your partners.



(beat)

But in a twist of irony, Mr. BUCKLEY did not kill Mr. MCINTYRE instantly and he crawled in agony, fifteen feet, to the phone for help, raising the alarm.

(beat)

You both try to escape on foot, but are spotted by a security guard, who testified earlier.


ELIZABETH

That is a lie.


ATTORNEY FOR PROS.

JOSHUA realizes that if he is to get away then he has to let you be caught. Quite the gentleman.

(beat)

And so, he withdraws his hand. Leaving you to the mercy of the guard dog.


ELIZABETH

(sobbing uncontrollably)

I didn’t kill them. I DIDN’T KILL THEM.
ATTORNEY FOR PROS.

The thing is MRS JACKSON. Your husband had already mailed the missing form to the bank. He had no idea that he was mailing away his financial life. All he did was love you and trust you, just like your first husband, and you sucked them dry and spat them out.


ELIZABETH continues to sob.

CUT TO:


EXT. OUTSIDE ENTRANCE. HAMPSHIRES RESTAURANT –- DAY
THOMAS is waiting outside the restaurant. Lots of busy people walking quickly, pass by. THOMAS sees a newspaper dispenser outside the restaurant. He delves into his pockets and digs out two quarters. THE KID walks up. He is wearing a sharp black, groomed and carrying a briefcase. THOMAS bends over and purchases a newspaper. KID taps him on the shoulder. TURNS looks around.
THOMAS

KID! How are you doing buddy?


The two guy’s shake hands.
KID

I now own and manage this restaurant.


THOMAS

You own Hampshire’s.


KID

Yeah. For about a month now.

(beat)

Just so I can get free food.



(smiles)
THOMAS lightly laughs.
THOMAS

You want to eat. I’m starving.


KID

Sure. Lead on.


KID opens the door for THOMAS. THOMAS looks at the paper on the way in. He stops in the doorway.
THOMAS

TERRANCE.


KID turns around.
KID

Yeah.
THOMAS

I’ve got to go. I’m sorry we’ll have lunch tomorrow.
THOMAS drops the paper on the ground. He walks down the street and waves his hand to hail a taxi. A yellow cab pulls up. THOMAS opens the door.

THOMAS


(To KID)

I’ll call you.


TIGHT ON FRONT PAGE OF NEWSPAPER.
A picture of ELIZABETH is on the front page, she is pictured in the dock of a courtroom. The headline states ‘EXECUTIVE ACCUSED OF MURDERING PARTNERS- ACCOMPLICE STILL MISSING’.
CUT TO:
INT. LARGE COURTROOM –- DAY
It is at the end of the day. The courtroom is almost full as the verdict should be announced by the jury. ELIZABETH is sitting down next to her attorney. She is almost white. The attorney for the prosecution is delivering his final argument.
ATTORNEY FOR PROS.

MRS. JACKSON has shown no remorse for her actions. She willfully participated in the murder of two of her colleagues for her own financial benefit.

(beat)

These two men left behind eight grandchildren, six of them are less then three years old. They will never know their grandfather.


A young couple begin to cry in the gallery. They are obviously the children of MR. HOLDEN or MR. MCINTYRE.
(beat)

I ask you, ladies and gentleman of the jury to return a guilty verdict, for murder in the first degree.

(beat)

Thank you.


JUDGE

Ladies and gentleman of the jury would you please retire to the deliberation room to consider your verdict. Weigh up all the evidence you have heard in the last two weeks and return a verdict that you believe in.

(beat)

Court is in recess.


BAILIFF

All rise.


Everybody in the court rises and the jury exits to the deliberation room.
CUT TO:

INT. DELIBERATION ROOM –- DAY


The jury members sit around a table. There is a jug of iced water in the middle of the table. The jury is made up of a mixture of men and woman. Some are of ethnic origin, some a big and some are small.
The jury members are deep in conversation. All we hear are little statements or phrases.
JURY MEMBER 1

It is possible that she had no idea ...


Time passes.
JURY MEMBER 2

With her history she had to know ...


CUT TO:
INT. LARGE COURTROOM -- DAY

The jury are returning from deliberation. THOMAS enters the courtroom and sits at the back. ELIZABETH is watching the jury come in and sees THOMAS dressed in his business suit. She smiles he doesn’t flinch. THOMAS looks down at his wedding ring, he removes it, holding it in his palm.


JUDGE

Ladies and gentleman of the jury have you reached a verdict, upon which you all agree.


Each member of the jury stands up individually and speaks.
JURY MEMBER 1-12

Agree.
JUDGE

Would the foreman please stand.
The foreman stands.
How do find the defendant on count 1, murder in the first degree?
THOMAS clenches his fist tight around the ring.
FOREMAN

GUILTY!
There is a huge amount of noise from the gallery. There are some tears, some cheers, some screams.


THOMAS looks down and closes his eyes. He is sad. He stands up. ELIZABETH sees him stand. Shocked with tears in her eyes.

ELIZABETH

(shouts)

THOMAS!!
THOMAS looks right at her, then turns away and exits the courtroom.

ELIZABETH is left there.
CUT TO:
EXT. COURTHOUSE STEPS –- DUSK
THOMAS walks down the steps. He has his wedding ring in his hand. A large fountain stands outside the courthouse. THOMAS walks over to it. He looks at it one more time and throws it into the water.
TIGHT ON RING
We see the ring float to the bottom of the fountain.
THOMAS has put his old life behind him. He walks away from the courthouse, briefcase in hand. He is still dressed in his blue suit.
CUT TO:
EXT. QUIET SIDE STREET NYC. –- DUSK
THOMAS slowly proceeds down the street, contemplating what just happened. He is not happy but he isn’t really sad either. He looks at an old car parked on the road. On his way passed he sees a man lying on the back seat. It’s ANDREW JACKSON. He’s looks like he is dirty and unclean. He is unshaven and his hair is tangled.
THOMAS

ANDY is that you?


ANDY sits up and looks at THOMAS through the window.
ANDY

THOMAS?
THOMAS

Yes.
ANDY steps out of the car.
ANDY

(Awkward speaking)

You look good.
THOMAS

You don’t.


ANDY

Hey THOMAS, you haven’t got any money for me have you? You heard what happened to me?


THOMAS

(angry)


You and my wife did the same thing to me. Why the fuck should I help you?
ANDY

I don’t blame you for being angry.

THOMAS

Well thank you very much for that. I had to live on the street for four months because of you.


ANDY begins to cry.
ANDY

I’m sorry THOMAS. If I could take it back I would. I was in love with her.


THOMAS

That’s no damn excuse.


THOMAS walks off. ANDY is left sobbing. THOMAS takes about five steps. He stops. We hear ANDY sobbing in the background. THOMAS looks upset himself. He walks back to ANDY.
THOMAS

ANDY. I never want to see your face again.


THOMAS reaches in to his jacket pocket and pulls out his wallet.
THOMAS (Cont’d)

Here is five hundred dollars. Use it wisely.


He gives him the money. THOMAS leaves.
ANDY

(shouted at THOMAS)


Thank you.
THOMAS tears up as he walks off. He looks up and notices SOPHIE is standing, waiting for a bus, across the street. THOMAS smiles. He walks over to a car mirror and checks how he looks. He breathes on his hand. Finally he walks over to SOPHIE.
We see the two talk from across the street.
LONG FADE TO:
INT. SMALL STORE –- DAY (2 years earlier)
TIGHT ON ROADRUNNER
ROADRUNNER is sitting around the table. He is laughing and joking with the other four guy’s. he is drinking a glass of fruit juice.
GIL (V.O)

ERIC, the ROADRUNNER, MICHEALS sold his share of GILBURT SULIVAN’S after eighteen months for eight hundred thousand dollars. He invested his money in the stock market and after ten years he lost over half in the collapse of the dot com industry.

(beat)

Months later he met his wife and had six children. All girls.



(beat)

After his last child was born he started his own internet auction site. Meepmeep.com He made back most of the money he lost.

(beat)

At the age of 56, THE RUNNER went to get gas at a local gas station. He got into an argument with another customer and was stabbed fourteen times in the chest. He left behind his wife and six kids.


TIGHT ON KID
The KID is laughing and joking along with GIL, THOMAS and ROADRUNNER. He falls off his chair backwards. The other guys laugh at his misfortune. The KID doesn’t worry and begins again to have a good time.
GIL (V.O)

TERRANCE PARKER. Nicknamed the KID was the youngest member of the group. He had been on the streets since he was thirteen. We never found out why, wasn’t our business.

(beat)

He sold part of his share in the company to THOMAS and reinvested it in his own restaurant. Turns out he was quite the chef.



(beat)

The KID made his first million by the time he was twenty eight.

(beat)

He still lives in New York, with his fiancé.


CUT TO:
EXT. BUSY STREET. NEW HOMELESS SHELTER –DAY
We see THOMAS cutting a red ribbon to open a new homeless shelter. He is shaking the hands of everybody he can. There is a large crowd with photographers taking pictures and people clapping and cheering.
GIL (V.O)

THOMAS CRAWFORD. My best friend.

(beat)

THOMAS was named the 102nd richest man in America. He donated most of his wealth into homeless projects and because of his efforts he cut homelessness in New York down by twenty two percent.



CUT TO:

EXT. STEPS OF MAYOR’S OFFICES. NYC –- DAY


THOMAS is receiving a large gold key, in a red presentation case. He is shaking the hand of the mayor of New York. Photographers are taking his picture.
GIL (V.O)

New York loved him so much, that the mayor presented him the key to the city.


CUT TO:
EXT. NYC SUBURB –- DAY (SUNSHINE)
It is a bright sunny day in the middle of summer. We see shots of a quiet neighborhood. Children are playing in the street, smiling, happy.
GIL (V.O)

All THOMAS ever wanted was a simple life. His small house, a wife that loved him and who he loved twice as much, his two children, a boy and a girl, and his dog OSCAR –-


The camera pans from the smiling children to THOMAS’ backyard. He is playing in the garden with his two children. His wife, SOPHIE, watches on. There is a pool in the garden. He grabs the hose and begins spraying them playfully. The children’s faces are full with laughter. The dog begins to try and bite the spray. THOMAS, SOPHIE and the two children are smiling and joyful.
GIL (V.O)

My friend lived his dream.


TIGHT ON THOMAS
Thomas is smiling as last he is truly happy.
FADE OUT
Roll credits.
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