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Lockdown

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Characters
Diana-Psycho and poster
Raeesah-student #1 and poster
Quinton-student #2 and poster
Julie-Filming and narration (for trailer), police
Anujah- student #3
Notes:
Le scénario diffère légèrement de l'histoire. Les cris perçants peuvent probablement être trouvés sur Internet, mais nous pouvons les enregistrer et être ensuite ajouté au film. La narration peut être enregistrée aussi. Le nom du caractère(personnage) de chacun est leur nom propre. Le narrateur signifie seulement dans la caravane. J'AI UNE IDÉE PENDANT LE DÉBUT DE LA CARAVANE!!! Narrateur : Quatre étudiants ont pris au piège à une école toute seule. Aucun enseignant, non plus après les règles(autorités) et non plus de devoirs.

Scene 1
La scène 1 Étudiants laisse(quitte) la bibliothèque après le travail tard. Ils essayent d'ouvrir la porte, mais il est fermé.

Raeesah : Qu'est-ce qui se passe ?
Anujah : je ne peux pas ouvrir la porte.
Daniel : que voulez-vous dire ? Le pas(l'étape) de côté et me laisse essayer.

Séjours de porte fermés.
Raeesah : Bien, c'est vraiment mystérieux.
Daniel : qui se soucie ?
Anujah : je tombe au bureau(aux fonctions).

Scene 2
Bureau sombre, porte fermée.
Anujah : Salut. Est quelqu'un ici ?
Silence.
Raeesah : j'appelle 911. Il n'y a aucune réception ici.
Daniel : c'est mystérieux. J'obtiens toujours la réception.
Anujah : qu'allons-nous faire ? Nous n'avons aucune alimentation, aucun endroit(place) pour ne dormir, aucune eau.
Daniel : (interrompt) Nous avons les fontaines d'eau.
Anujah : les fontaines d'eau sont désagréables.
Raeesah : Calmer-vous. Nous devrons attendre jusqu'au matin et aider ensuite viendra sûrement .
Scene 3
Daniel : je parie M. Chow a l'alimentation dans sa salle de classe. Pourquoi ne font pas nous allons obtiennent certains ?
Raeesah : ce serait faux. Nous ne pouvons pas voler de M. Chow! Droit Anujah ?
Anujah : à ce point, je ne me soucie pas vraiment . J'ai faim, donc je suis d'accord avec Daniel.
Scene 4:
Les étudiants cherchent l'alimentation, l'essai dans le bureau de l'enseignant Daniel : j'avais raison!
Raeesah : Ouais, ouais.
Anujah : Passez-moi certains.
Narrateur : Mais qu'arrive quand quelque chose va terriblement mal ? Les étudiants s'installent(s'apaisent) et se préparent à dormir.
Scene 5:
Daniel : Comment nous endormons-nous ?
Anujah : je ne peux pas dormir; c'est trop effrayant à cette école.
Raeesah : Effrayant ?
Anujah : Ouais, j'ai envie de(je ressemble à) je suis observé.
Daniel : Vous êtes sont un tel bébé. Vérifions les appareils photo(les caméras) de surveillance.
Va à l'ordinateur, vérifie des appareils photo(des caméras), voit quelque chose.
Scene 6:
Anujah : (semble suffisant) j'étais complètement juste. Admettez-le!
Daniel : c'était un écureuil.
Anujah : n'Était pas.
Daniel : Était aussi.
Raeesah (interrompt) Fermé! Cela n'a pas d'importance; les portes sont fermées, donc ils ne peuvent pas entrer, quoi qu'il était.
Scène 7
Étudiants étant assis sur bureaux, ennuyés.
Anujah : Ma soeur m'a dit qu'il y avait un enseignant fou qui a une fois enseigné ici.
Raeesah : Vraiment ?
Daniel : Ouais j'en ai entendu parler. Un certain enseignant a essayé d'accrocher ses étudiants dans sa salle de classe après qu'ils ont sauté sa classe.
Raeesah : Vous rigolez.
Anujah : l'enseignant même est allé à cette école quand elle était notre âge.
Examinez l'annuaire.
Anujah : Il elle y a "la Mallory Jenkins".
Raeesah : Bien, maintenant je suis vraiment devenu dingue.
Daniel : ne vous inquiétez pas; ils l'ont fermée à clef à l'hôpital pour crazies comme elle.
Anujah : Mais et si elle est là-bas ?
Anujah : (semble suffisant) j'étais complètement juste. Admettez-le!
Daniel : c'était un écureuil.
Anujah : n'Était pas.
Daniel : Était aussi.
Raeesah (interrompt) Fermé! Cela n'a pas d'importance; les portes sont fermées, donc ils ne peuvent pas entrer, quoi qu'il était.
Scène 8 :
Narrateur : Ce qui arrivera quand les étudiants doivent voler de leurs propres ailes contre l'inconnu ?
Raeesah et Anujah reviennent de la recherche de l'eau embouteillée, mais Daniel n'est pas là.
Raeesah : Maintenant je suis inquiété.
Diana : Recherche de votre petit ami ? Ne vous inquiétez pas bientôt que vous le joindrez(rejoindrez).
Raeesah : Ce qui vous lui faites! ?!
Diana : Allez le regard(l'apparence) dans la cage d'escalier.
Daniel sur raison(terre), sang sur visage, mort.
Anujah et cri perçant de Raeesah.
Diana : Il a essayé d'appeler la police du bureau(des fonctions), mais on ne permet pas aux étudiants de faire irruption dans le bureau(les fonctions). Donc il a été puni.
Raeesah : Vous êtes fous! Que faites-vous à l'école ?
Diana : Vous verrez. Maintenant soyez de bons étudiants sont le séjour dans votre salle de classe
Scène 9 -
Anujah : qu'allons-nous faire ?
Raeesah : Évidemment pas restent dans la salle de classe.
Anujah : Pourquoi pas ? Peut-être nous serons sûrs.
Raeesah : parce qu'elle nous veut à. Nous devons sortir d'ici!
Anujah : Comment ?
Raeesah : un ami m'a parlé d'une porte secrète dans la salle de travail française. C'est une sortie de secours les constructeurs mis dans par erreur.
Anujah : Allons-y !
Scene 10
Marche à pied dans hall.
Raeesah : je parie je peux obtenir la réception de téléphone portable dans la salle de toilette.
Anujah : juste sortons d'ici.
Raeesah : je veux essayer.
Raeesah marche dans la salle de toilette. Après 5 minutes(procès-verbal).
Anujah : (ouvre porte). Raeesah ? Raeesah ?
Anujah : qu'avez-vous fait à Raeesah ? Diana : Oh rien...
La scène 11 Anujah est dans la salle de travail. Voit la porte et commence à fonctionner(courir).
La scène 12 Police arrive. Narrator:The la police arrivent après un appel frénétique d'Anujah.
Julie : (la Prise de Diana de la porte) Vous êtes arrêtés sur deux comptes de meurtre, l'enlèvement, la tentative de meurtre et planifie de faire sauter l'école avec des bombes.
Diana : je serais arrivé loin avec cela sans vous me mêlant des enfants!
Julie : Ouais, ouais. Continuez à marcher psychopathe. Je vous renvoie à où vous appartenez.

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