Seven Minutes In Hell , Scene #01

Seven Minutes In Hell , Scene #01

SEVEN MINUTES IN HELL
SHY TEEN CAUGHT, HUMILIATED & RECORDED FUCKING IN PUBLIC

Laura (Jaye Summers) sits alone on a set of stairs and watches quietly as a party carries on. It’s late into the night at this point, and what was presumably started as a crowded, high energy event has started to wind down as most of the partygoers have left by now, the basement littered with red cups, beverage bottles, bowls of chips, and a general state of messiness left behind. The 10 or so teens who remain are chilling around the room as party music plays softly in the background, most talking in twos or small groups with Laura being the odd one out. One of the guys bounds down the stairs excitedly holding a red cup filled with liquid in each hand, brushing into Laura as he passes and almost spilling the beverages on her, and she makes an uncomfortable face as he passes her unapologetically.

Laura continues to sit in silence for a little while, and it becomes clear that she’s not just watching the party, but staring at one guy in particular – Vince (Zac Wild) – as he laughs and jokes along with a pretty girl across the room. She looks on with a bit of envy, clearly wishing she could take the place of the girl he’s talking to.

Just then, her fixation on him is broken when Janet, the party host and Laura’s best friend, gets everybody’s attention by flashing her tits. She laughs and says good, now that she’s got everybody’s attention, it’s time to bring some life back into this party – who’s up for a game of Seven Minutes In Heaven? Everyone groans and mocks her for such a dumb suggestion. She explains that they’re all 18 here so this isn’t going to be some lame-ass PG-13 kiss on the lips shit – anything goes as long as both people consent to it. She holds up a fistful of ripped paper scraps and waves them in the air – she’s written down everybody’s name on the paper – yeah, EVERYBODY she says as a couple of the teens chuckle nervously – and she’s going to pull out one guy’s name and one girl’s name. And they know the rest!

Janet quickly divides the scraps of paper into two hats, and then pulls two strips of paper out of the hat. She announces the two names, Felicia and Brad – Felicia being the girl that Vince was talking to earlier – and the two of them look at each other with nervous smiles and shrugs. Janet tells them the clock is ticking as she starts a stopwatch app on her cell phone and then urges Brad and Felicia upstairs and starting the countdown. ‚Have fun, you two lovebirds!‘ Janet mocks before heading back to the others who have settled back into party mode.

Janet looks around the room and sees Laura sitting by herself, and comes and sits next to her on the stairs. How is she liking the party so far? It’s fine, Laura replies. Liar, Janet says. She knows Laura’s been moping around staring at Vince all night and hasn’t said a word to him. Laura blushes, is it that obvious? Janet says absolutely, she’s just lucky that everyone their age is so self-centered that nobody has noticed. Laura ducks her head in her arms and moans, why can’t she just talk to him? Janet tells Laura that it’s easy, she just has to get up and say hi to him. Men like women that are forward.

After a minute or two of them talking, Felicia bursts out of the connected room. ‚Boooo!‘ Janet says holding up her phone and pointing at it, they still had almost 5 minutes left! Felicia says nonchalantly that Brad was too hairy, it was disgusting, and she returns to the party without looking back. Brad comes back out the room too with an embarrassed shrug and tries to play it off as fine, some girls like a guy with a hairy chest. Felicia jokes that she wasn’t talking about his chest, and the rest of the partygoers ooh and laugh at Brad.

Janet gets back up and pulls out the next two pieces of paper. She opens the first one up, and we see it says ‚Vince‘. She calls out his name and he raises his fists triumphantly, and a couple of his buddies wolf-whistle him in encouragement. Janet opens up the next slip of paper, and we can see the name ‚Janet‘ written on it, but she closes it quickly without anybody else seeing it. ‚Laura!‘ she calls out. Laura looks up, flustered, and says she didn’t think she was playing. Janet says of course, she told them that EVERYONE was playing. Laura tries to excuse herself, saying she’s fine sitting out, maybe Felicia would want to take her place since she didn’t use her full time… but as she’s saying this, Vince looks at Laura with a charming smile and tells her he likes the pairing as it is. Laura stutters, and Vince says reassuringly not to worry, he won’t bite. C’mon! Laura is wide-eyed and almost speechless, but she nods okay and gets up to follow him into the room. Janet closes the door with a mischievous grin and starts the timer.

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Vince turns to Laura and asks so, where should they start? Laura blushes and says he doesn’t have to do anything if he doesn’t want to, they can just talk… or even not talk, if he’d rather. Vince asks her why on earth he wouldn’t want to do something with her? She’s one of the cutest girls in school. Laura looks surprised to hear it, and says that she didn’t think he even knew who she was. He’s hardly ever talked to her. Vince explains that he didn’t want to screw up his chances or give her a bad impression by coming on too strong, she seemed like the type who didn’t like rowdy guys, and likes to keep to herself. He was waiting for her to make the first move. Laura blushes and says oh, she had no idea. Vince grins and says he guesses fate must have put them together tonight. Laura tells him she doesn’t mind if he comes on her… comes on to her! she corrects herself with embarrassment. Vince smirks and says he could even do both. Laura gasps and giggles nervously. Vince asks if she does really want to JUST talk. Laura shakes her head no, she wants more than that. Good, Vince replies, he does too.

They’re still in there! Kyle laughs as he, Janet and perhaps one or two other partygoers huddle around quietly after several minutes of not having heard from the two upstairs. Janet smirks and says she knows, it’s already been like ten minutes, things must be going well. Kyle mentions that there’s only one way to find out. Janet gets serious, no, hey, Kyle, don’t even think about it. Kyle has already started to walk away and says don’t worry, he’s not going to interrupt them, he’s just going to stick his head in for a quick peek. After all, what if he’s hurting her or something? Janet tells him that’s not funny and Kyle says he’s serious, wouldn’t Janet rather be safe than sorry? Janet reluctantly admits he has a point. Thank you! Kyle says arrogantly, and creeps upstairs to the door of the bedroom. He opens it quietly and edges his way through the door and into the room.

He sees that Vince and Laura are mid-fucking and stifles a laugh. Oh shit! he says to himself. He watches them fuck for a good solid minute, intrigued and bemused, as Laura is being very vocal, telling Vince don’t stop, keep going. Finally, Kyle sneaks back out. ‚They’re totally fucking!‘ he says in a loud excited whisper, not just to Janet but to the whole room. Janet looks pissed at Kyle for telling everyone, but several others in the room start to gather towards him to gossip. Is he serious? Vince, with HER? Isn’t she a virgin though? and so on. Kyle relishes at being the one to tell them what he saw, how she was practically begging him for his dick. Janet looks increasingly upset, and tries to get them to respect Laura’s privacy, but others in the group insist that they want to see too, they won’t believe it until they see it. Slowly, people start to gather towards the bedroom, as shy Laura unsuspectingly continues to enjoy her seven minutes in heaven with her crush, unaware of the hell that’s about to unleash.

Jekyll & Dad, Scene #01

Jekyll & Dad, Scene #01

JEKYLL & DAD
CONSERVATIVE DAD BY DAY AGGRESSIVELY FUCKS HIS STEP-DAUGHTER EACH NIGHT

SCENE OPENS on an over-the-shoulder tracking shot of Lucy, a 19-year-old teen, as she reads aloud from a Spanish book, talking to her friend Emma through a closed bathroom door. When Emma doesn’t respond, she gets anxious and checks on her, seeing she’s not there. She must’ve left the bathroom using the other door. We follow her in an extended tracking shot as she heads out into the hall and starts looking for her friend – first in the nearby bathroom where Emma was supposed to be, then when she finds it to be empty, she searches the various rooms of her house. She moves at a fast, worried pace, and quickens even more as she gets more and more panicked with each empty room she finds. Every so often, she calls out Emma’s name with increasing panic and volume in her voice.

Finally on the opposite end of the house outside another bathroom she finds her friend Emma — who seems to be having a perfectly friendly chat with Lucy’s step-dad, Mr. Edwards. They look up at her a bit in surprise as she comes stumbling in, looking a bit panicked and out of breath. She tries to play it cool, saying ‚There you are!‘ to Emma with a feigned smile as she tries to calm herself down. Emma explains that they were out of toilet paper in the other bathroom so she went off looking for another bathroom, and she was just heading back when she ran into Lucy’s dad and they started chatting. Emma gushes that ‚I had no idea your step-dad’s a policeman, Lucy, you never talk about him!‘ Lucy comes up with a lame excuse, while Mr. Edwards waves off Emma’s interest in his line of work saying it’s really no big deal, he just has always wanted to help people, and so on. Mr. Edwards comes off as mild-mannered and jovial as he talks, but Lucy seems in a hurry to bring Emma back to her room, saying they should get back to studying if they want any hope of doing well on their finals.

Mr. Edwards suggests that Emma should stay for dinner, but Lucy interrupts saying Emma can’t stay, she has piano lessons later. Mr. Edwards tells Emma that she’s welcome if she changes her mind, or if she wants to come back after her lessons for a late night study session. He makes a mean pot of coffee! Emma graciously thanks him, while Lucy continues to come up with excuses and tries to subtly pull Emma out of the room. A bit flustered, Emma manages to say it was nice meeting him, before giving in to Lucy’s shepherding tactics. Mr. Edwards calls out to the girls that it was a pleasure to meet her too. Once the girls are out of sight, Mr. Edwards‘ hand slowly balls up into a tight fist, trembling with rage. Without warning, he slams his fist against the nearby wall as the picture cuts to black in time with the THUD.

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Later that evening, Lucy and her step-father are finishing up a meal in silence at the dining room table. Mr. Edwards continues to give off a mild-mannered, very civil appearance as he eats small bites with a fork and knife, a napkin spread across his lap. Lucy meanwhile has a distant facial expression as she stares down at her food, and her body language (arms folded, one leg rubbing up and down the length of the other) is nervous and guarded.

That Emma sure seems like a nice girl, Mr. Edwards remarks to Lucy. ‚She’s 19, same age as you?‘ he asks. Lucy’s eyes dart up at him but quickly dart back to her food, as if she doesn’t want him to notice her reacting. Lucy says she guesses Emma’s alright, she only really knows her from calculus class. Mr. Edwards jovially says that’s not what Emma told him earlier, she says the two of them have known each other for over a year. In fact, she was surprised at how long it took Lucy to invite her over to their house for once. ‚Well,‘ he says as he picks his napkin up from his lap, dabs his face gently with it, and then crumples it up and places it on his plate, ‚it’s a shame about Emma. Guess it’ll be just us two tonight.‘ Mr. Edwards takes a pause to enthusiastically eat a bite of his food, and then says ‚What did you think of my little trick with the toilet paper?‘ Lucy tells him that he’s a sick fuck, doesn’t he know that, and asks when this is all going to stop.

He snorts and ignores her, instead telling her that she should eat up since she’s hardly touched her food. He then continues on to say that it’s his responsibility to take care of her, especially after Lucy’s ‚little accident.‘ He’s put his career on the line for Lucy. ‚If you mother were here, things would be different, but we all know whose fault that is, don’t we?‘ he accuses Lucy. He rises from his chair and stands menacingly behind her. So when is this going to end? It can all end with one little trip to the police station so that they can tell everyone what Lucy did, or they could just go on with the arrangement they have now. Lucy stares at her food as Mr. Edwards continues to taunt her. The choice is hers. Does she want to go down to the station and tell the truth? Does she want to spend 10-15 years in jail? No? Then she wants to keep doing what they’re doing? Lucy quietly gives in and says yes. Mr. Edwards backs up and tells her to go finish her homework while he washes up. ‚I’ll come see you in a bit, huh?‘ he says in a fatherly tone that highlights how twisted he really is.

CUT TO a teen’s bedroom, in the dark. Lucy waits sitting curled upright on the edge of the bed in a nightshirt and panties, staring with dead eyes at the closed bedroom door. After several long seconds of waiting, the doorknob turns slowly, and Lucy’s body tenses up. It opens, and her father in only his boxers stands framed in the doorway, a silhouette against the light of the hallway. His posture is completely different, looming menacingly with his two hands clutching the sides of the door frame as if ready to rip the frame off. ‚Are you ready to kiss your step-dad goodnight, Lucy?‘ he says in a taunting, growly voice.