2 1 INT. RADIOLOGY OFFICES - DAY 1 CLOSE UP ON A LARGE BREAST as it is maneuvered into a mammogram machine. A PAIR OF HANDS lift it, pull it and eventually squeeze into nothing more than a small tube of flesh as it s pressed down by a sandwich of glass. ANGLE ON Various shots of more breasts, young and old, high and low, as they get their mammograms. 2 INT. RADIOLOGY FRONT OFFICE - DAY 2 PATIENTS flip through magazines, RECEPTIONISTS answer phones and make appointments. 3 INT. RADIOLOGY HALLWAY - DAY 3 WOMEN in paper robes, mostly over 50, sit in chairs that line the hallway, waiting their turn. 4 INT. X-RAY ROOM - DAY 4 AN ANXIOUS WOMAN removes her robe to expose her small breasts. The technician is, 28 years old and plain looking. Let s do the left first. Rebecca does her best to get the woman s left breast onto the plate of glass. The woman winces. I think I can get...a little more. Rebecca closes the machine on her tit and moves to flip a switch. 5 INT. RADIOLOGY FRONT OFFICE - DAY 5 MARISSA AND CATHY, receptionists, do some filing. CATHY I think they re at their peak this week-end.
3 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/08 2. MARISSA I can t go til the end of the month. CATHY That s too bad. They might be over by then. MARISSA I know. And New York magazine gave a list where they re the best this year. Rebecca enters the front office. MARISSA Rebecca, you gonna see the leaves? Rebecca stares at her blankly. MARISSA The leaves. Upstate? They change color? 6 INT. PREWAR APARTMENT - DAY 6, 45 years old and attractive, is being lead through an enormous, dark apartment by a middle aged man, ADAM. The place is filled with furniture from the 50 s, along with a life time of mementos and tchotchkes. ADAM I apologize for the smell. We cracked the windows but it didn t help. Oh, it s fine. ADAM My mother was always cold. Most of the windows were actually painted shut. (MORE)
4 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/08 2A. ADAM (cont'd) (pointing to the living room set) This stuff all matches. It s the original upholstery, I m sure. Pretty dreary.
5 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/08 3. Kate looks around, blase about what she s seeing. ADAM You don t buy the little stuff, right? Like jewelry and clothes? We just buy furniture. Sometimes artwork, pottery. ADAM It s better to just get rid of it all at once like this, right? I mean, it s a bunch of junk and I m a busy person. Oh, definitely. You don t want to have to worry about it. ADAM (chuckling) I ll probably get rid of some priceless thing and not know it, right? Like this. He holds up a vase that s decorated with gold leaves. Oh, I don t think you have to concern yourself with that. This is a beautiful place, though. You going to keep it? ADAM Na. I like the suburbs. This kind of space in Manhattan is unreal. ADAM Yeah, if you like Manhattan. 7 INT. APARTMENT BUILDING ELEVATOR - DAY 7 Rebecca, (the mammographer) gets into the elevator with groceries. After a moment, Kate gets in as well, and they smile coldly to one another. The doors close and they ride up.
6 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/08 4. Rebecca shrugs. (after a while) Weirdly hot today, huh? I work inside. (snapping) You had to go outside to get to work. And to leave work, right? How s your grandmother? (pointed) Great. Doing really well. They both get out on the same floor. 8 INT. HALLWAY - CONTINUOUS 8 Rebecca walks to the left to Apartment 6A. Kate walks to the right, to Apartment 6B. 9 INT. APT. 6A/ANDRA S APARTMENT - DAY 9 Rebecca unloads groceries in ANDRA S prewar one bedroom apartment. The kitchen is original, tiles are missing, plates are washed badly. The room smells of urine and medicine. ANDRA, 90 years old, is sitting at the small kitchen table. Her face rests in its permanent frown as she holds her little bull dog LUCKY -- their expressions sadly resembling one another s. ANDRA I don t know why you don t go to Associated. You do know. ANDRA If it was your money you d walk the extra six blocks. It s ten blocks. And no I wouldn t.
7 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/08 5. ANDRA When my feet get better I ll do it myself. 10 INT. APT. 6B/ AND S APARTMENT - DAY 10 A two bedroom apartment, bright and cluttered but stylishly decorated. Kate is cooking dinner while her DAUGHTER, 15, does homework at the table. Abby is in an awkward stage of development and has a bad case of acne. Why does she hate us so much? What did we do to her? She sees you, she sees death. You re a vulture. Us buying that apartment has no down side. Her grandmother s still living there, we re not hovering. The only difference to her is that now she pays her rent to us instead of the sponsor. And we didn t even raise it. You re a saint. Maybe she s mean because she has a prettier sister. Mom. I ve seen the older one. She s kind of gorgeous in a low rent way. The younger one is okay looking. Maybe she likes how she looks. I doubt it. It s hard to have a prettier sister.
8 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/08 6. It s just so sad. What? The old lady. Andra. I mean, does she ever go outside? What s so fun outside? The world? Life? Maybe she s perfectly happy. That s how you rationalize so you don t have to feel bad for her. Why do I have to feel bad for her? She s a lonely old woman at the end of her life. That s not my fault., Kate s husband, comes into the room sifting through photos. He s 42 and attractive despite a pot belly and unkempt hair. This table is incredibly rare. He had no idea. What about this chest of drawers? Is it signed?
9 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/08 7. And in perfect condition. What a score. You did good! We re going to make a killing. He affectionately ruffles her hair. Don t say that. But we are. Mom knows you are. She just doesn t want it said. My zit medicine isn t working. (looking closer) You won t use what I tell you. It made it worse. You don t take my advice. So I deserve it? I m trying to help you. Don t help me. 11 INT. ANDRA S APARTMENT - A LITTLE LATER 11 Andra sits in a chair a few inches away from an OLD TV SET as it s BLASTING NEWS. Rebecca sits at the dining table near the window putting pills into a Daily Pill Organizer. (shouting over the TV) What shall we do for your birthday? Mary and I will take you out. Mary? ANDRA
10 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/08 8. Sure. She s just been really busy. Andra smirks. Rebecca glances out the window, a warm, fall breeze blowing on her face. She sees a small roof top party going on a few buildings away. The BBQ sends sweet smells into the sky, YOUNG PEOPLE laugh and enjoy themselves. Her face saddens as she returns to separating pills. 12 INT. AND S APARTMENT - NIGHT 12 Rebecca kicks off her shoes as she collapses onto the couch. The apartment is small and dreary, short of a couple of generic posters and inexpensive attempts at cheerful decorating. Why is it so hot? Rebecca s sister Mary, 33, very pretty with a tense, turned down mouth, leans into the room holding up a frozen dinner - Beef Medallions. Please tell me what a medallion is. When you win something. These look like - shit pellets. You want one? Sure. Thanks. Mary retreats into the kitchen and Rebecca picks up an IN TOUCH magazine. (O.S.) You would not believe what she was wearing today. Rebecca rolls her eyes. (O.S.) This backless dress and man, she has a big back. Not attractive. (MORE)
11 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/08 9. (O.S.) (cont'd) Not the kind of back that can carry off that kind of dress, you know what I mean? Why don t people look in the mirror? Like a dude. You know? It s weird, the way you watch her. I don t watch her. I walk by. We gotta do something for Grandma s birthday. When is she gonna croak? What if somebody said something like that about you? They probably already have. I m gonna buy her a nightgown. How much? I don t know. She s got a ratty old thing. I ll write you a check. You know the neighbors? They look at me like, is she dead yet?
12 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/ Why shouldn t they? Because it s wrong. You think that if they didn t buy her apartment she wouldn t die? What s the difference. 13 INT. MODERN AGE - DAY 13 A loft like store on tenth avenue filled with mid century modern furniture. TWO MALE SHOPPERS try out a long, thin sofa. Alex comes up. MALE SHOPPER 1 Feel this texture. Nubby but soft. MALE SHOPPER 2 Yeah, but it s not comfortable. MALE SHOPPER 1 It s nice. MALE SHOPPER 2 It s not, it s too shallow or something. MALE SHOPPER 1 Well, you don t have to converse with it. MALE SHOPPER 2 Very funny. Beautiful, isn t it? Gorgeous. MALE SHOPPER 1 And comfortable. It s actually ten feet long. How much. MALE SHOPPER 2
13 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/ Alex goes across the large room to the desk area where Kate is working and looks in a binder for the price. Kate glances at the couch the guys are sitting on. What s wrong with that piece? (quietly) It s not comfortable. We should take it off the floor. (to shouting to Man 2) It s very comfortable. Why did you do that? He might think it s comfortable. That s not possible. You don t know that. She watches Alex return to the shoppers and tell them the price. By their body language, she can tell they don t want the couch. She s vindicated. Abby enters from the street and flops down on a womb like chair. She s got an enormous backpack. I saw these jeans I want. What for? Cute. How much? Two. You want two hundred dollar jeans.
14 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/ That s what you spend. I m a grown up. That makes no sense. It s what jeans cost. I am not spending two hundred dollars on a pair of jeans for my teenage daughter when there s forty five homeless people on our street. What does that have to do with anything? They don t want jeans. Alex comes up to Abby and kisses her. Hi, honey. You look pretty. Right. 14 INT. RADIOLOGY FRONT OFFICE - DAY 14 Rebecca is filing while DOCTOR LERNER (40), and the receptionists chat. DR. LERNER My wife and I drove up to Woodstock. CATHY Were they gorgeous? DR. LERNER Oh, incredible. The kids didn t care but we loved it. Rebecca, you going to see the leaves? No... DR. LERNER You should. They re spectacular. And they re just about to end.
15 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/ Okay. DR. LERNER Really. Not to be missed. Blushing, Rebecca takes a file and walks away. DR. LERNER Next time I ll invite you to come with us. (shy) Great, thanks. 15 INT. COFFEE SHOP - NIGHT 15 Rebecca sits opposite a GUY, 30 years old. He s very clean cut and dressed formally. He refers to a printed out piece of paper as he occasionally looks up at Rebecca. GUY So it says here you grew up in New York. Yes, in the village. GUY Do you think that s good, to grow up in the city? I do. I mean, I saw a lot of things I probably shouldn t have seen, but it got me to grow up fast. I was really independent. Which in some ways is good. GUY I think it s an awful place to raise kids. It s filthy, crime ridden, noisy. And it s only getting worse. Uh huh. Well, that s true too.
16 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/ GUY (back to paper) Funny, you said - you know, in your questionnaire, that you had dark brown hair. It s really kind of light brown. Really. I think it s dark. GUY I wouldn t call it dark. It s more ash. But it s brown. I mean, I didn t lie. GUY (insisting) But it s not dark brown. It is. 16 INT. AND S BEDROOM - NIGHT 16 Alex is in bed watching ACCESS HOLLYWOOD, listening to a story about Nicole Ritchie. Kate climbs in with a book. She turns to him. Are you attracted to her? Humor me. She exists purely for people like me to fantasize about. Except I think she s going to hit the wall early. Hit the wall. She s not gonna look good when she gets older.
17 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/08 14A. You mean, when she s like twenty seven. More like thirty.
18 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/ (opening her book) That s nice. Artie threw something at his new assistant. Ohmygod. I think my ovary fell out! Howard was really mad but Artie is in anger management so he s giving him another chance. It was very entertaining. (turning to him) You know you used to read books. Well, magazines. Don t wreck my fun. I won t. Good. Don t wreck my fun. I don t have any fun. None? Will you rub my feet? He pulls her feet onto his lap and rubs them. She closes her eyes.
19 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/ He looks at her toes. When did your feet get all mangled together? One toe is actually going horizontal. (to the toe) You re going the wrong way, little buddy. Go up! Ow. 17 INT. AND S BEDROOM - NIGHT 17 Alex is sleeping, but Kate can t. She climbs out of bed. 18 INT. AND S DINING ROOM - NIGHT 18 In her pajamas, Kate is surfing the internet. She types in Volunteer Opportunities and a long list comes up. She reads the different situations, each sadder than the next (ie: be a mentor to at-risk teens, read to the blind, feed quadriplegics at the VA, etc). 19 INT. X-RAY ROOM - DAY 19 Rebecca is giving an old woman, MRS. PORTMAN, a mammogram. MRS. PORTMAN I let my hair go grey when I was forty. Why fake it. People say it makes you look older. MRS. PORTMAN That s probably true. I didn t like the idea of chemicals on my head. And I didn t like that color everyone ended up with. Menopausal brown, I used to call it. I think I know what you re talking about. That s what my Grandma has. MRS. PORTMAN How old is she?
20 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/08 16A. She s going to be ninety one this week.
21 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/ INT. WAITING ROOM - DAY 20 Mrs. Portman, now dressed in her regular clothes, comes into the waiting room with Rebecca. Eugene. MRS. PORTMAN Mrs. Portman s grandson EUGENE, smiles when he sees her. He is 35 and impossibly handsome. MRS. PORTMAN Eugene, honey. This is Rebecca. Eugene reaches out and shakes Rebecca s hand. She s shy, dumbstruck by his good looks. MRS. PORTMAN Rebecca, this is my grandson. An angel. Eugene stands up, revealing himself to be fairly short. Hi. Hi. EUGENE EUGENE Do you see it? What? My halo. EUGENE (smiling) Nice meeting you. You, too. EUGENE Rebecca turns around and goes back into the office. 21 INT. AND S APARTMENT/KITCHEN - NIGHT 21 Mary is putting two frozen dinners into the microwave. Rebecca is getting out silverware.
22 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/ You should cook them separately. Same difference. I think it takes longer. This is a fascinating conversation. (looking at Mary s skin) You laid out today. Booth. It s so bad for you. You of all people should know. I m very careful. It s better than the natural rays. You could use some color. I don t want cancer. Blush doesn t cause cancer. Actually - What. There s talc. And parabens. Oh, come on. 22 EXT. APT. 6A/ANDRA S APARTMENT - NIGHT 22 Alex is knocking on Andra s door. Kate is beside him, putting a leash on their dog.
23 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/ Andra! It s Alex and Kate! ANDRA (O.S.) Who is it? It s Alex! From next door! We re going to the drug store, I wanted to know - The door swings open. Andra, in her ripped and faded robe, hair askew, looks at him. We re going to the store. Do you need anything? Andra walks away. In a moment she returns with a list. (looking it over) Okay. You got it. ANDRA I hope you re not going to Windsor. They re crooks. Duane Reade. What? ANDRA DUANE READE. Andra stares at him. Kate chuckles. ANDRA You gained weight. Pardon me? ANDRA (shouting as if he was deaf) Excuse me for saying. You re a very large man.
24 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/ Thanks! What? ANDRA 23 EXT. STREET - NIGHT 23 Alex and Kate walk. He looks at Andra s list. Look at what she needs just to take a crap. (beat, pleased) Good. (glancing at it) Why do all old ladies write the same? I m going to write that way. She has all this hair on her chin. Thick black ones. In her nose, too. She probably can t see them. Why are you looking at me like that? Like what. (resolved) Yes, I m probably going to have black hairs on my chin. I already do, you know. What are you so afraid of? Everything gets hairy and turned the wrong way. You re gonna get hairy and turned the wrong way. You already are.
25 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/ At least you re not large. I think she s turning ninety one. Unbelievable. Who would have thought. We should have bought that apartment downstairs. I think that guy died last week. Who? The guy right below us. Martin something. That asshole? No, the whole two story thing would have been too much money. They pass a TRANSVESTITE HOMELESS PERSON sitting against a building. She s applying lipstick (badly). Kate stops, pulls a buck out of her pocket and hands it to her. TRANSVESTITE Thank you, Jamie. You re welcome. (confused) Who s Jamie? 24 INT. DUANE READE DRUGSTORE - NIGHT 24 Alex is putting the items for Andra in a basket. Kate is looking at things on the shelves when she sees something that stops her. It s Abby, listening to her ipod, unaware that they re there. She s staring intently at the Maybelline make-up on the wall.
26 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/ Alex. She waves him over and he sees Abby. They both watch her choose some foundation, then put it back. She takes an eye pencil and examines its color. That too, she puts back. Kate and Alex stare as if watching something very separate from themselves, and at the same time, excruciatingly close. They re almost in a trance. She s real. I know. 25 INT. MODERN AGE - DAY 25 Kate directs TWO GUYS to move furniture around the store. We recognize some of the pieces from the apartment in the beginning. Kate is holding the vase with the gold leaves on it. Let s put that chair by the window. God, that s gorgeous! I don t even want to sell it! Great. Let s get the dining room table and put it over there. We ll have to move those chairs around. Alex comes out of the back and approaches Kate, noticing the vase. What s that? Not sure. He looks at the furniture being moved around. They re pretty nice. I think she kept plastic on them for fifty years. They should be in a museum!
27 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/ What should we ask for the sofa? Five thousand? More. Maybe seven. (beat, excited) I feel guilty! What s this? There s a gift basket by the desk, filled with bath and beauty products. I got it for Andra. I thought maybe we could have her over for dinner. I think it s her birthday in a couple of days. You re joking. No. And invite her miserable granddaughter. s. Sounds fun. I don t like having bad vibes right next door. You know? Hey. I heard the guy below us had some nice stuff. Kate turns to him, excited. 26 INT. DEAD GUY S APARTMENT - CONTINUOUS 26 A gloomy place filled with newspapers and medicine bottles and AMAZING VINTAGE FURNITURE. The dead guy s daughter, ERIN, 50, shows Alex and Kate around.
28 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/ I hope you don t mind the super gave us your number. ERIN I don t know if you re gonna want any of our things, though. I m sorry about your father. ERIN He was really sick. He was old. (looking around) I think there are some pieces we could use. ERIN Yeah? Huh. It s so old fashioned, I didn t think anybody wanted this stuff anymore. This was my dad. I guess you knew him. She points to an old BLACK AND WHITE PHOTO of a handsome young man standing in front of his car. He was such a nice man. So, what s going to happen to the apartment? ERIN Oh. The neighbors - (she points to the wall) They bought it. They re gonna make a bigger place, I guess. They re probably celebrating over there. Oh, no. What did they pay? Kate. Awkward smiles. I m sorry. That was really rude!
29 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/ INT. RESTAURANT - NIGHT 27 Alex and Kate, along with Abby, are finishing their dinner. Do you know he used to throw away our mail if it was put in his box by mistake. (appalled) And he knew who we were? Totally. That s where all my magazines went. See? It s his fault I watch TV! Well, now he s dead so you can start reading again. Thank god! He was mean to Pickles. She always licked his feet. He wore those sandals. They must have been sweaty. Barf. I wish your Grandpa was alive to hang out with you like that. He gestures to a MAN with a LITTLE BOY at a nearby table. I think that s his dad. (quietly) No, he s old. You re old.
30 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/08 25A. I look like that? Kate shrugs. He looks at Abby. I look like that? Like what? Kate stops a WAITER. Excuse me, could I take this home? She gestures to her uneaten food and he takes the plate away. (beat, to Abby) That s me you re kicking, you know. 28 EXT. RESTAURANT - NIGHT 28 Kate, Alex and Abby exit the restaurant, Kate holding her doggie bag. As they walk down the street, they pass an OLDER BLACK MAN standing in front of a different restaurant. Sir? He turns to look at her. Are you hungry? Would you like this?
31 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/ She offers him her doggie bag. The man glares at her, appalled. BLACK MAN I m waiting for a table. Alex, Abby and Kate are mortified. Oh, my god, of course you are! I m so sorry! Please forgive me! Alex clenches his jaw as he leads her away. Abby pretends she doesn t know them. Are you out of your mind? He looked homeless! He looked like a black man waiting for a table! 29 OMITTED 29
32 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/ INT. APARTMENT BUILDING HALLWAY - MORNING 30 Abby is waiting at the elevator when Rebecca comes out of Andra s place with a laundry basket. Hey. You do your Grandma s laundry. Yup. They wait. Is it gross? What do you mean? Old lady underwear. I don t really look. Good idea. I heard you guys are coming over later. Yup. (not cool) Cool. Yeah. The elevator arrives and they get in.
33 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/ INT. ELEVATOR - CONTINUOUS 31 They ride in silence. On another floor, a friendly MAN gets in. FRIENDLY MAN Hi, gals. Gorgeous day. Going to see the leaves! The girls smile. When they get to the lobby he races out. They slowly follow. FRIENDLY MAN Have a great day! Rebecca turns to Abby. The leaves! What is with these people? I know! Who gives a shit? I don t. Really. They head out of the building. See you. See you. 32 INT. HIGH END CLOTHING STORE - DAY 32 Abby shops for jeans. She checks the price tags, all the jeans are over two hundred dollars. She holds a pair up to her body and they re obviously too small. In fact, everything and everyone in this store is too small. She catches her reflection in the mirror, noticing a zit starting to appear on the tip of her nose.
34 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/08 28A. SALESGIRL (O.S.) (snooty) Can I help you? Startled, Abby turns and heads out of the store.
35 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/ You shouldn t charge so much for jeans. SALESGIRL (under her breath) Then maybe you shouldn t shop in here. 33 INT. APT. 6A/ANDRA S APARTMENT - NIGHT 33 Andra is tying her old shoes with some difficulty. (taking over) I ll do it. ANDRA (annoyed) When I get my eyes fixed I ll be able to do it myself. We hear banging cabinets in the kitchen. (O.S.) Grandma! You don t have anything to drink in this place! ANDRA Who s talking? Mary. She s looking for alcohol. (O.S.) (muttering) This place is filthy. (shouting) I clean it. Mary comes out of the kitchen with a bulging, unopened can of grapefruit juice. This has botulism. Rebecca and Andra look at her blankly. Mary replaces it in the kitchen and then returns. Why exactly are we going there?
36 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/ So they can poison Grandma and demolish her apartment. Then let s make it fast. Rebecca hands Andra a wrapped box. ANDRA What s this? It s a tuna, Grandma. What do you think? Happy Birthday. She opens the box and lifts up a pink satin nightgown with lace and pearls. ANDRA Too fancy. Do you like it? ANDRA What am I going to do with this? You sleep in it. Say Thank You, Grandma. Andra puts it back in the box. I did. ANDRA No, actually. You didn t.
37 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/ I just thought since yours is so old. ANDRA I ll save it for a special occasion. (amused) And what special occasion might that be, Andra? ANDRA It s too nice to sleep in. That s all. You probably spent too much. You deserve to sleep in something nice. ANDRA (closing the box) It s too nice. 34 INT. AND S APARTMENT - NIGHT 34 Rebecca, Mary and Andra are entering the place. Andra looks around. We re pretty cramped here, but welcome! Happy Birthday, Andra! ANDRA (whispering loudly to Mary) What s that smell? Grandma. Jesus. ANDRA (loud whisper) I smell something burnt.
38 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/ You know everyone CAN HEAR YOU. (to Kate) Sorry. She s rude. You should smell her place! ANDRA My place doesn t smell. Oh, right, piss and mold have no odor, what was I thinking? Mary. No worries. Everyone, come sit down. Anybody like some wine? Oh. Would you have any bourbon? Rebecca glares at her. What? (coming from kitchen) I think we do have bourbon. Hi. (to Mary) I m Alex. Mary. Nice to meet you. (finding the bourbon) Where d you get that tan? (pleased) Oh, you know. She lies on a tanning bed. I go to the Sheep Meadow. She lies on a tanning bed.
39 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/ AND I go to the Sheep Meadow. Either way, looks good! (glaring at Rebecca) Thank you. 35 INT. APT. HALLWAY - LATER ON 35 Kate is knocking on Abby s bedroom door. No response. She enters to find Abby on her bed listening to her i-pod. Take those off. Annoyed, she does. Why are you in here? Abby points to the big red zit on her nose. I don t understand. I m not going out there with this thing on my nose. Don t be ridiculous. You can t even see it. SEE IT? It s swallowing my whole face! How can you not see it? I told you to stop eating french fries and greasy crap. It makes no difference.
40 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/ Please come out and join us. You look fine. 36 INT. DINING ROOM - LATER 36 Everyone (except Abby) is sitting at the table eating. Mary is a little buzzed, so is Alex. I mean, if she was younger than me, actually, I think she is younger than me, but if she were prettier than me I d understand. But she s not, and she s got this tan - totally sprayed on - I would know. The worst part is her back, though. (trying) Are you still in love with him? ANDRA He broke up with her. That s not how it went down. What s wrong with her back? It s muscular. All built up. And she wears these skimpy tops. That s not good. No, right? Big Back is not good. Enough about her back. I don t understand. When do you see her? She works in a store near where Mary works.
41 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/ Oh. What do you do? I work in a spa. Downtown. You know Face Works? I do facials there. Oh, cool. And what about you, Rebecca? What do you do? I administer mammograms. I m a radiology technician. I had no idea. Is that interesting? If you like boobs it is! You pop blackheads for a living. (beat, to Kate) It is interesting. I like the people. You know, the patients. (under her breath) Crush on the boss. Rebecca shoots a look at Mary.
42 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/ Abby enters with a pair of underwear over her head. Abby what are you doing? She s covering a zit you can t even see. Abby, take them off, that s disgusting. ANDRA (re: Abby) Who is that? Is that funny? (to Abby) You should come to the spa. Facials really help. Lets see it. Abby shakes her head no. Come on, I ve seen it all. Slowly Abby removes the underwear. Whoa. That s a big one! Really? She s drunk. And on your nose. It s almost cystic. Horrible. Mary! No, I d rather someone admit it. At least then I don t feel crazy.
43 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/ I know exactly what you re saying. Half the time I do feel crazy. Nobody ever says the truth. They should. If you get a sucky haircut, people should admit it. If some doctor procedure is going to hurt, they should say it s going to hurt. It makes you feel worse if they lie. I hate it when people don t say bless you. You know what I hate? When you re in like, a store, and you hold the door for the person behind you but then they don t hold the door for the person behind them? And you re standing there like a fucking doorman! And they don t say thank you! Of course not! Cause you re not there! And at that she opens her purse, pulls out a lip gloss and aggressively applies it. Jesus, sometimes I swear I must be invisible. She hands the lip gloss to Abby, who takes it, flattered. (less in awe) Anyone for coffee?
44 Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project Yellow 5/19/ INT. LIVING ROOM - LATER ON 37 Andra, Rebecca and Mary are sitting on the couch drinking coffee and eating cookies. Mary is drinking another bourbon. Alex, Kate and Abby are sitting across from them. I guess we give about two hundred for Christmas. ANDRA I give him nothing. That s why he won t fix anything for you. ANDRA If he fixed something I d give him money. You know he has like twelve children. ANDRA Nobody told him to do that. They re totally poor. They live in that one bedroom. His wife is in a wheelchair - I think. I ve never seen her in a wheelchair. I m pretty sure. I don t see her often, though. Kate gets up and goes into the kitchen. ANDRA So how do they make so many children. People can fuck in a wheelchair, Grandma. (to Alex) Can t they?
p T h e L a s t L e a f IN A SMALL PART OF THE CITY WEST OF Washington Square, the streets have gone wild. They turn in different directions. They are broken into small pieces called places. One street
Dialog: VIP LESSON 049 - Future of Business A: We really embarrassed ourselves last night at that business function. B: What are you talking about? A: We didn't even have business cards to hand out. We
Connectedness and the Emotional Bank Account Directions This is a self-guided activity that can be completed by parents, teens or both. It contains five parts and should take about 45 minutes to complete.
T h e G i f t o f t h e M a g i p T h e G i f t o f t h e M a g i ONE DOLLAR AND EIGHTY-SEVEN CENTS. That was all. She had put it aside, one cent and then another and then another, in her careful buying
STAND UP Written by Simon K. Parker Copyright 2016 This screenplay may not be used or reproduced without the express written permission of the author. Simonkyleparker@hotmail.co.uk EXT. CITY STREET - DAY
NO LONGER THE FIRST 2010 Josh Danz Free performance of this play for high school and college level competitive forensics is permitted. All other rights reserved. The Intriguing Interp Series is published
CD Our Own Way Lyrics Beverly Granoff 2012 1. All The Things We See 2. Remember the Rules 3. You and Me 4. This Too Shall Pass 5. My Best Try 6. Our Own Way 7. A Little Help From You 8. My La La Melody
BADMINTON Written by Simon K. Parker Copyright 2013 This screenplay may not be used or reproduced without the express written permission of the author. email@example.com INT. S HOUSE - S BEDROOM
Shannon O Connor There is a Light that Never Goes Out No. I don t even know why I m here. I shouldn t be. You should let me go home now. I don t think we can do that. You must be here for a reason, and
Student Sample #1: Interpretive Essay We need role models because we need someone to look up to and talk to them so we could know what we want to do later in life. There are all types of people that you
Gift of the Magi By O Henry One dollar and eighty-seven cents. That was all. And sixty cents of it in the smallest pieces of money - pennies. Pennies saved one and two at a time by negotiating with the
Page 1 Table of Content The Psychic Lotto Formula Jackpot to Success System... 4 Part 1 Channeling the Power of Your Mind to Success... 6 Part 2 Visualization... 12 Part 3 Integrating Luck and Making it
Chapter 1 Mum s new baby I threw my school bag onto the floor in my room, changed into jeans and a T-shirt and then ran back down the hall. Mum called me. Jenna, I need you for a minute. I looked at my
T h e C o p a n d t h e A n t h e m p The Cop and the Anthem S OAPY MOVED RESTLESSLY ON HIS SEAT in Madison Square. There are certain signs to show that winter is coming. Birds begin to fly south. Women
THE WASHING MACHINE Written by Lorena Padilla firstname.lastname@example.org INT. DINING ROOM - DAY A very messy dining room. There are empty beer bottles and ashtrays with cigarettes on the table. (12) cleans
My Fresco Snapshots from Today 1. Elementary School 2. Middle School 3. High School Snapshots for Tomorrow 4. College 5. 20s & 30s 6. 40s & 50s 7. 60s I NEED WISDOM What advice would you offer to the following
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The big list of discipline classroom language Noise Shh Keep the noise down (please) One point to the person/ team who can do it/ say it most quietly (Everyone) fingers on your lips (and be quiet) What
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Hello and welcome to the vocabulary lesson for the conversation called Dating. Now this is a conversation Joe and I were having about some of our friends and the different dates that they have gone on.
PAIN Written by Richard F. Russell Wordmstr007@gmail.com 910-285-3321 Copyright 2015 FADE IN: EXT. CITY PARK - DAY, 30s, in nurse scrubs, stands at the back of an emergency vehicle. Pretty, she looks as
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YAKUP ALMELEK ACT ONE The action unfolds in the suite of a five-star hotel. There may or may not be a door between the two connecting rooms. There should be be a desk, a computer, a fax and a photocopier
1 Tom and Daisy That spring, the sun shone every day. I was lonely at first in the East. But I felt that this was the real beginning of my life. I walked in the fresh air. I bought books. I worked hard.
THE STORY OF TRACY BEAKER BACK AND BAD by Mary Morris Where s the butter? Right under your nose. Not in the puddle! Hey, hey, hey! That s not for lunch! Fine time to be defrosting the freezer! You told
Maiko-chan was surprised. But we re even more surprised to see her! Breathing. Moving. Standing. And at the moment, surprised. The real Maikochan, right here in front of us. Wait, does she usually wear
101 Characteristics of Americans/American Culture To help you compare and contrast what you observe of American culture and your own, mark the similarities and differences between your culture and what
SURPRISE by Mark Harvey Levine 2000 Mark Harvey Levine 515 S. Los Robles Ave. Pasadena, CA 91101 (626) 793-2287 email@example.com SURPRISE 1 Well, that s another evening thoroughly-- --ruined. I m sorry,
銘 傳 大 學 九 十 一 學 年 度 轉 學 生 招 生 考 試 八 月 四 日 第 四 節 應 英 轉 三 英 文 聽 力 試 題 Part A Medium Dialogue Dialogue 1. 1. a. in the night market b. in a supermarket c. in a 7-11 d. in an electronics store 2. a. She is
Hello and welcome to the vocabulary lesson for the conversation Drunk Driving. In this conversation, Joe and I are just talking about different friends or different people that we ve known that have gotten
p T w o T h a n k s g i v i n g D a y G e n t l e m e n THERE IS ONE DAY THAT IS OURS. THERE IS ONE day when all Americans go back to the old home and eat a big dinner. Bless the day. The President gives
A Play by Irwin Garcia CHARACTERS Seventeen, an introverted person that doesn t really go out much. His tone of voice is clear and not as dead sounding as you would expect from an introvert. Seventeen,
I M NOT AN ADDICT How could I be an addict? My life is great. I live in a very good area of Los Angeles, drive a nice sports car, have a good job, pay all my bills, and have a wonderful family. This is
31 Chapter 5 Activities for the Young Baby (Birth to 6 Months) A new baby does not usually look as though she is doing very much. She spends most of her time eating, sleeping, and resting. But even though
Set 1 The people Write it down By the water Who will make it? You and I What will they do? He called me. We had their dog. What did they say? When would you go? No way A number of people One or two How
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A Shovel With My Name On It Plots with Guns, September, 2003 One thing I know, it s the sound of a man digging a hole. I ve done it enough times myself, believe me. I know the sound of the shovel hitting
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A Note to Parents This Wordbook contains all the sight words we will be studying throughout the year plus some additional enrichment words. Your child should spend some time each week studying this Wordbook
Sample Process Recording - First Year MSW Student Agency: Surgical Floor, City Hospital Client System: Harold Harper, age 68, retired widower Date: November 18, 20xx Presenting Issues: Cardiologist observed
THE NATIONAL DAY TO PREVENT TEEN PREGNANCY QUIZ Ever think about sex? Of course you do who doesn t? What about actually having sex? What will you do when you re in that situation? The best time to think
THE HUNDRED DRESSES By Eleanor Estes Wanda Petronski, is ridiculed by her classmates for wearing the same faded blue dress every day. Wanda claims she has one hundred dresses at home, but everyone knows
1 Encourage me when I do a good job 2 Let me teach you some things. Don't always be the teacher! " #$ % & " '()&% 3 Don't show too much affection in public ( # &% 4 Let me take some risks; you did when
First 100 Instant Words the had out than of by many first and words then water a but them been to not these called in what so who is all some oil you were her sit that we would now it when make find he
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My name is Tim Sain, and you guys are in a budgeting workshop. Has anyone ever done any kind of financial literacy? No. Budgeting? Workshop? Talked about money? Has anybody ever showed you how to spend
Little bird Little bird I want to sing a song for you cause you were a witness of a love so new You were sitting there singing your happy tune We were sitting there looking at you Let me ask you something,
(2) FEAR OF FEAR This lady was cautious. She decided she wouldn t let herself go in her drinking. And she would never, never take that morning drink! Ididn t think I was an alcoholic. I thought my problem
Alex hurt his leg. He and his mom went into an office. There were chairs around the walls. There were things to read on the table. Where were Alex and his Mom? A. Dentist s office B. Eye Doctor s office
CRAZY BEAUTIFUL LIFE (Callaghan/ Matkosky) Here we are You and me and we got nothing to do It's a perfect day, shining all around us The sky's never been so blue Here we go, walking on sunshine Every step,
Monologues My Own Room Cassie: Dad, just hear me out. I want my own room. You promised a long time ago. Nobody every uses the guest room downstairs. We never have any guests. I ve been sharing a room with
PRINCESS POOH By Kathleen M. Muldoon Illustrated by Linda Shute Redrawn by Jyoti Hiremath My big sister is ten years old. Her name is Penelope Marie Piper, but everyone calls her Penny. Everyone except
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Theme 6 Relationships: Curriculum development resources Year 3 Max s Bad Week Embarrassment (guilt) Happiness (proud) Story It was Saturday morning and Max was still in bed. He knew that Mum would soon
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1 Kino, Juana and Coyotito K ino woke up early in the morning. The stars were still shining in the sky. The cockerels were beginning to crow 1 and the pigs were looking for something to eat. Outside the
Fry Instant Words High Frequency Words The Fry list of 600 words are the most frequently used words for reading and writing. The words are listed in rank order. First Hundred Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group
GAcollege411 Site Overview Transcript College Student Hey little man. High School Student What!!? UGH! Don t call me that! So, home for Spring Break, how s college going? College Student Oh, pretty good,
HEARING AID by Richard Russell Wordmstr007@gmail.com 910-285-3321 Copyright 2015 INT HEARING AID STORE - DAY ABLE, 70, as cantankerous as his age allows, stands across the counter from, 50, the glib owner
That's the Way I Like It Written, designed and set up by: Pat Neuman Illustrated by: Margie Hildebrand A book project of: Pembina Valley Learning Centre Funded by: The National Literacy Secretariat 2005
EXTRA in English Episode 2: Hector goes shopping Script COMMENTARY [voice over] This is the story of two girls who share a flat in London. They have a neighbour, Nick, who likes Bridget. But Annie likes
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A aged four to 10 When someone close has MND This book belongs to MND Connect MND Connect is our advice and information service for children and grown-ups. Telephone calls and emails to MND Connect are
Jahresabschlusstest 1 Let s simply continue Please fill in the gaps with either the simple present or the present continuous forms of the verb in brackets. 1. Samantha usually (drink) a cup of coffee in
Tales of Hans Christian Andersen THE EMPEROR S NEW CLOTHES Adapted by Rob John A long time ago there was an Emperor who loved new clothes. He spent his whole life searching for new things to wear. He didn
Grades 9 to 12 Personal Health Series KidsHealth.org/classroom Teacher s Guide This guide includes: Standards Related Links Discussion Questions Activities for Students Reproducible Materials Standards
NAUGHTY FADE IN: INT. LIVING ROOM - NIGHT The room is meticulously decorated for the holidays. Multicolored lights twinkle on the Christmas tree in the corner. A plate of cut-out cookies and a tall glass
I Miss My Pet. Unpublished workbook, Katie Nurmi 2002 1/30 I Miss My Pet: A workbook for children about pet loss Illustration by Joseph, age 6, The Solid Foundation Association, State College, PA. Developed
Name: Mom! Michelle ran into the house. You won t believe what Anna s grandmother bought for her birthday! What sweetie? Mom asked, looking up from the bills she was paying. A horse! Michelle smiled. Can
Habit 1 Be ProActive * You re In Charge I can t count how many times my kids have whined, Dad, we re so bored! There s nothing to do, as if their boredom was somehow my fault I ll respond with something
MAGICAL BOOK SHELF Chapter 1 Daniel Brandon bounded up the steps to the library two at a time. Third grade was finally over. It was going to be a long, hot summer and reading some good, new books was just
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0 3 Months Sensory Motor Checklist Enjoys playful face-to-face interaction with people Coos in response to playful interaction Notices and responds to sounds Moves legs and arms off of surface when excited
Carol Adams Huntington Junior College Literary Material Marked in 20 Word Groups Online Rumors Lauren didn t think much of it when a classmate came into the band hall and said, Hey, Lauren, did you 1 hear
SAFE ENVIRONMENT LESSON PLAN Grade: First Grade All portions of this lesson plan can be completed in one session. OBJECTIVES The First Grade student will 1. Illustrate 3 ways that their bodies are good
Shoe Fly by Maha Mir Everyone has an imagination. Let it flow. It was a sunny afternoon as thirteen year old Taz walked home from school with her two best friends, Abby and Brooke. Abby and Brooke were
Signing Time Theme Song There s singing time and dancing time And laughing time and playing time And now it is our favorite time SIGNING TIME! Come visit our big tree house You can visit everyday There
THE STORY FOR LITTLE ONES: Preschool LESSON GUIDE: Lesson 24 95 JeSUS, the teacher Bible Basis: Matthew 5:2 12; 6:5 15; 14:22 32; Mark 4:30 41; 6:30 44; Luke 10:25 37; 15:1 7; John 6:66 71 Bible Verse: