THE GREEN MILE
from the novel by
We each owe a death, there are no exceptions...
A SONG BEGINS, distant as a faded memory on an old Victrola:
Once I built a railroad, made it run... Made it race against
time...Once I built a railroad, now its done...Brother, can
you spare a dime...
Opening credit sequence
plays against footag
Monster In Law Script
You thought you had
found a good girl
One to love you
and give you the world
Now you find
that youve been misused
Talk to me,
Ill do what you choose
I want you to
All about it
What you need
What you want
And Ill make everything
That girl you had
didnt have no sense
She wasnt worth
all the time that you spent
She had ano
Second Revised Draft
Previous Drafts by:
Jessie Nelson &
INT. RACHELS BEDROOM - EARLY MORNING
A billowy white screen. An alarm clock BLARES. As MAIN TITLES
BEGIN, the lovely sleeping face of RACHEL KELLY rolls into frame.
Then out of it. Alarm keeps BLASTING. Back she comes, pulling the
sheets OVER her head. Motionless now, as we
bare and flat - it was, as will develop, practically all marshland when Kane acquired and changed its face - it is now pleasantly uneven, with its fair share of rolling hills and one very good-sized mountain, all man-made. Almost all the land is improved, either through cultivation for farming purposes of through careful landscaping, in the shape of parks and lakes. The castle dominates itself, a
Its magnified and deeply revealed. Flecks of green and yellow in a field of milky blue. Icy filaments surround the undulating center.
The eye is brown in a tiny screen. On the metallic surface below, the words VOIGHT-KAMPFF are finely etched. Theres a touch-light panel across the top and on the side of the screen, a dial that registers fluctuations of the iris.
The instrument is no bigger than a
straws, leading to make elucidation of the creativecombinations by use of the fantastic materialscontrasted with the concept of the traditional ones. Thecolor was mainly composed of the strong ones as redand purple, in addition to the achromatic col