Friday, April 24, 2009

The Fugitive Generation (ii)

INT. HALL OUTSIDE APT. 2D -- DAY

Kelly knocks on door. Maloney covers him from behind. The peephole on door opens.

KELLY: We're from the FBI. We'd like to speak with you.

MRS. BERNSTEIN (O.S.)(elderly voice, slight Yiddish accent): What do you want?

KELLY: We want to speak to James Greenberg.

MRS. BERNSTEIN: (O.S.): He don't live here. Go away.

Maloney steps closer to door.

MALONEY: Open the door. We want to look inside.

Mrs. Bernstein makes no further response. Maloney and Kelly look at each other, with guns still drawn. Maloney nods. Kelly puts his gun in holster and starts to pick lock.

The Fugitive Generation (i)

FADE IN:

EXT. BRONX STREET -- DAY

January 1972. Two FBI agents, MALONEY, 45, and KELLY, 31, sit in car and watch the slum apartment building that's across the deserted side street.

INT. CAR--DAY

MALONEY: Let's look inside.

EXT. BRONX STREET -- DAY

Maloney and Kelly get out of car, cross street, cautiously approach apartment building.

INT. BUILDING HALL -- DAY

Maloney and Kelly draw guns, walk up stairs to second floor. Cautiously, they make their way down the long hall to door of Apt. 2D.