Love Letter to The Juliet By: Von Hoyt Films
INT. THEATER- DAY sitting on a black stage GUY writes a love letter to the love of his life
(Guy:(30s)well pronounced, well groomed and charismatic) GUY: My Dearest Juliet, even though we are a part more frequently these days I find myself love sickly praising not only your name, but your overwhelming talent to inspire every fiber of my being with your illumination. How I managed to perform this long without you is beyond the stars which have nothing when compared to your beauty. Even the most poetic orchestrated ballad could not hold a light to the music you project with all emotion known and unknown to man. Even in the dark you silently hold a sensual elegance. In shadow you hold all the answers to life and all one needs to do is listen. I love you Juliet and I always will. I only hope that your radiance outlasts this fool who leaves you every night. Your faithful and extremely lucky bastard of a performer, GUY. As Guy signs the letter Don walks over to him, waving him over. DON: Guy, come on we gotta go man. Guy stands up and walks over to Don GUY: yeah, I’m coming. Guy leaves the letter on the stage and walks off. The lights in the theater are turned off. CONTD EXT. THEATER- NIGHT As the two exist the theater doors, Guy puts on his hat, as Don lights a cigar. The two walk off revealing the name of the theater, THE JULIET.