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  1. Baby's First Commercial Script

    Friday, August 17, 2012




    1st Shot:
    Sexy curvacious woman walking slowly down the the sidewalk of New York City. She's in a tight black dress and monster high heels. First we see her feet, as the camera goes up her body and zooms out. Her hair is blowing slowly in the wind.

    Cue in music:
    Break Stuff by Limp Bizkit plays. (Yeah, it's a douchey song. But it's angry.)

    Shot 2:
    Hot girl continues to walk slowly down the sidewalk, camera zooms out. A nice young man wearing a Grean Peace t-shirt comes up to her, smiling. She kicks the man in the face with her heel. His eye starts to bleed.

    Music Continues
    *ITS JUST ONE OF THOSE DAYS WHERE YOU DON'T WANNA GET UP. EVERYTHING IS FUCKED, EVERYBODY SUCKS*

    Shot 3: Woman continues to walk down the street slowly and is approached by a man selling fruit at a stand. He asks if she'd like to buy any fruit. She turns in a fit of rage, takes the plywood table that holds all of his fruits and flips it over Theresa Style (if you get that reference, yay.) All the fruit rolls into the street. The man starts to cry.

    Music Continues
    *YOU DON'T REALLY KNOW WHY BUT YOU WANNA JUSTIFY RIPPING SOMEONES HEAD OFF*

    Shot 4: Woman is still walking slowly down the street, sweating but in a sexy way. A nanny with a stroller housing an infant walks the towards her. The woman takes the stroller and throws it at a homeless person. Baby falls out.

    Music Continues
    *ITS ALL ABOUT THE HE SAYS SHE SAYS BULLSHIT*

    Shot 5: We see the woman walking down the sidewalk, but now from the back. Shes walking away from the camera. A fire hydrant explodes and starts shooting water up as soon as she passes it. People are dying in the streets, cars are catching on fire. Babies are crying because they got thrown on the side walk. The woman is walking away furiosciously. Every step has the intent to kill.

    Music fades. As the tagline pops up on the screen: Midol

    xoxo
    Krystyna
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  2. 1 comments:

    1. SpecBank.com said...

      Hi, this is pretty good! Would you like to see it get produced for free? I'd like to share it with the directors who subscribe to my site, SpecBank.com. You'd probably have to change the song/lyrics, but I think this is a fun idea. Let me know. Dan - info@specbank.com

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