by Steed Dropout
February 25, 2013
Editor’s note. This is Dropout’s second screenplay for Berkeley Reporter. Back in July, he riffed on Sunset Boulevard and an allegedly murdered People’s Park dog.
CAST-OUT JESUS, THE MOVIE
Open on small South side Berkeley apartment, overlooking the Bay. Narrator takes us on tour of his street-score, lovingly describing each item.
Voice-over: “Berkeley Street Score has furnished seventy percent of my apartment swag.”
“A cotton-filled Mr.Peanut, looks down from cedar shelves, it’s tiny feet poking out of the red British scaled-down phone booth. ”
VO: “it was only last year, I gave Peanut a sponge bath, cradling the small doll, like when I had held my tiny daughter. Now I’m playing with dolls, I intoned regretfully.”
“VO: “One of the three amigos of Bugs, Mr. Peanut bottle, Spark Bibo (reads from box )
Reading from Spark Bi-bo box:
“Bibo is god monster with intelligence. He has two big eyes, and he knows very well what people want to do. he cannot speak, but only Bi-Bo.”
“When there is any danger happened, he will speak . the top part of his head will light up and his hip will make many colorful smoke to survive because this smoke is stinking.”