Hi There!: A Film Script

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Summary: A guy who is an antisocial.

FADE IN

CAMPUS

1. INT. CAFE – DAY

Frontal LS RIAN and REZA. RIAN is playing a game on his mobile phone. REZA is also looking at his mobile phone and smiling.

CU the game on RIAN’s mobile phone.

PAN LEFT the interior of the café. With some people busy looking at their phone.

(VO) The world we once know is not the same world we live in today. The society we used to live is not as lively as we have ever felt. People tend to walk on their own, without any words or emotion.

CU RIAN, quitting the game and back to his phone home menu.

TILT UP RIAN’s face. He glances into his surroundings and back to his phone and drinks his avocado juice.

CUT TO REZA looking at his phone; typing.

MCU RIAN looking towards REZA; they stared onto each other’s eyes and back to their phones.

BEGIN SPLIT SCREEN

RIGHT SCREEN: RIAN holding his phone. LEFT SCREEN: REZA holding his phone.

(VO) our world has changed.

RIAN

(Typing)

(VO) What do you think about this society?

REZA

(Typing)

(VO) I don’t know, and I ain’t wanna know.

RIAN

(Typing then drink his juice)

(VO) That’s all?

REZA

(Typing then laying his head on the sofa)

(VO) Yeah. What ‘bout you?

RIAN

(Typing then looking to the ceiling)

(VO) Nothing particular. I don’t like this kind of world in which we live every day.

REZA

(Typing then looking onto his watch)

(VO) But you have to live anyway.

RIAN

(Typing then drink again)

(VO) Yeah, sure.

END SPLIT SCREEN

CUT TO RIAN leaving his seat and heading to the parking lot and riding his motorbike and leave the café.

CUT TO REZA paying the bill, look toward the people and freeze.

DISSOLVE TO Campus

2. INT. CLASS – DAY

Frontal LS RIAN sitting on his very front seat; looking at his hand phone; gaming.

WS Class with some students busy with their own things.

A girl in purple on RIAN’s right side, a guy with brown jacket on his left, and some other student busy looking at their phones.

RIAN

(VO) They are here yet their souls are somewhere out there. Unreachable.

MCU a girl approaching him; giving him some piece of paper.

RIAN

(Taking the papers; looking at them; lifting his face)

What is this? Assignment? Hey!

MCU the girl leaving him and taking the seat behind him; laying her head on the table and sleep.

INTERCUT TO RIAN turning his back as the girl left him.

CU RIAN turning his back again; putting the papers aside; looking to his phone again and smiling.

RIAN

(Smirking)

(VO) Just like this, I never really communicate with people around me. This world has become more and more silent and scary.

3. INT. CAMPUS BUILDING – DAY

WS RIAN walking downstairs alone. He is looking at his handphone.

RIAN

(Walking from the stairs)

(VO) No one here, it is as quiet as I expected.

PAN LEFT RIAN walking to the exit door. He is looking to his left and right. But no one is there.

CUT TO

Frontal LS RIAN walking towards the exit door.

4. EXT. CAMPUS CAFETERIA – DAY

Side CU REZA

LS REZA is sitting on the cafeteria’s bench; he is busy looking at his hand phone.

REZA

(Sitting and playing his hand phone)

(VO) People forget about their surroundings. I might be one of them.

LS REZA standing up from his seat; leaving the bench; turning right.

DISOLVE TO Cafeteria

Frontal LS REZA is leaving the cafeteria and turning left.

CUT TO

5. EXT. CAMPUS BUILDING – AFTERNOON

WS Two guys talking to each other in front; the guy in black leaving the other one and walking forward.

WS RIAN walking out from the class; REZA also walking from the cafeteria. They both stop on the stairs and sit.

CUT TO CU REZA lighting a cigarette.

REZA

(Smoking)

(VO) People nowadays are not aware enough of their society, the world has become antisocial.

CUT TO Side CU RIAN playing with his hand phone.

INTERCUT TO Frontal CU RIAN playing with his hand phone.

RIAN

(Playing his hand phone)

(VO) There must be somewhere I won’t feel like I am all alone.

CUT TO WS Basketball field.

PAN LEFT Basketball field; two guys are playing basketball.

First guy

(Stop his game; shouting)

Do you mind joining us?

MCU REZA walking downstairs heading to the basketball field and start playing basketball with those two guys from earlier.

CUT TO RIAN looking at them playing basketball.

PAN LEFT Basketball field with REZA and the other two guys playing happily.

CUT TO RIAN looking at them.

PAN LEFT RIAN looking at them.

RIAN

(Biting his lips)

(VO) at least not every single human being is antisocial. There are some of them who still care about their surroundings and people around them.

FADE OUT

Thanks to:

Fakhri Ahmad Muzakki, Hutomo Adhi, Dudu Abdul Halim, and Fakhri Puja Pratama for being the actors of this film.

Nadira Dhaifina and Dimas Arbrianto as the proofreader

Fakhri Puja Pratama and Nadira Dhaifina for being the cameraman and the cinematographer along with me

Vinnie Maestro as the responsible person

LOC friends for being my inspirations

and everyone who is included in this film making.

References:

LOC – Literature Optical Cinema

Sony Vegas Pro 11

Oxford Advance Learner Dictionary

Word Count: 810

Link for work dramatization: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1zwbyv_20142006-short-movie-hi-there_shortfilms

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One thought on “Hi There!: A Film Script

  1. In my humble opinion, plot and setting are exemplary one that the narrator said the world is to be more silence. Campus, class room, mobile phone have becoming interesting supporter the story; even though the actors are voiceless; nonetheless the narrator has explained how the story goes. The narrator is approximately clear enough conveying the story but unfortunately, there are several parts which music is louder than the narrator’s voice. Or you can put any kind of your lovely song on back sounds making film to be more delighted and you should carefully up and down the volume of back sounds What’s more visualization; however, help me to comprehend what the meaning of story is.

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