INT. DINER – DAY
An old-fashioned American diner. Booths with wooden tables and naugahyde upholstered benches, each one with a mini coin-operated jukebox.
Bottles of ketchup and mustard on the table. A glass ashtray.
The diner is empty, except for two people.
JACK MARLING, early 40s, sporting a utilitarian haircut and what might pass for a suit in the rural Midwest, is also sipping coffee, black. Across from him is ANTHONY DANOWITZ, Late 40s, slick hair, over dressed.
They sit in front of a large window which overlooks the parking lot and lets in the afternoon sun. A maroon Crown Victoria auto is sitting in the nearest parking space.
Jack slaps a BRIEFCASE onto the table.
This is it. Your new life.
Everything. Birth certficate. High
school diploma. A driver’s license
with your new name…
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