Title

Mirage of Love Screenplay

Presenter Information

Wesley Mosier

Document Type

Oral Presentation

Location

SURC Theatre

Start Date

16-5-2013

End Date

16-5-2013

Abstract

The story follows Ben, a young man suffering from depression. Ben meets up with Clarissa Greene, his ex-girlfriend from his past as he wishes to rekindle their romance. Throughout the day, Ben takes Clarissa out for a date just for one day all while taking antidepressants. Having lunch at the café where the two originally had their first date several years ago, the two end up having a really great time. Near the end of their date, the two agree upon coming over to Clarissa’s house later that night. After the date, Ben runs into Alex, one of his best friends. The two small talked for a little bit. He wished the best for Ben, since Ben was feeling down after the tragedy of the loss of the youngest daughter in the Greene family, who was a very close friend to both of them. Later that night, Ben visits the Greene residence bringing over flowers for Clarissa. Ringing the doorbell, Chelsie, the Greene family’s oldest daughter opens the door. Ben hands Chelsie the flowers mentioning that they are for Clarissa and walks away after declining Chelsie’s offer to come inside. A montage of memories throughout the day flash through Ben’s mind on how all his conversations with Clarissa were only his imagination. He drops the bottle of antidepressants on the side of the road. Chelsie carries the flowers and places them next to Clarissa’s grave.

Faculty Mentor(s)

Michael Ogden

Additional Mentoring Department

Film and Video Studies

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Mirage of Love Screenplay

SURC Theatre

The story follows Ben, a young man suffering from depression. Ben meets up with Clarissa Greene, his ex-girlfriend from his past as he wishes to rekindle their romance. Throughout the day, Ben takes Clarissa out for a date just for one day all while taking antidepressants. Having lunch at the café where the two originally had their first date several years ago, the two end up having a really great time. Near the end of their date, the two agree upon coming over to Clarissa’s house later that night. After the date, Ben runs into Alex, one of his best friends. The two small talked for a little bit. He wished the best for Ben, since Ben was feeling down after the tragedy of the loss of the youngest daughter in the Greene family, who was a very close friend to both of them. Later that night, Ben visits the Greene residence bringing over flowers for Clarissa. Ringing the doorbell, Chelsie, the Greene family’s oldest daughter opens the door. Ben hands Chelsie the flowers mentioning that they are for Clarissa and walks away after declining Chelsie’s offer to come inside. A montage of memories throughout the day flash through Ben’s mind on how all his conversations with Clarissa were only his imagination. He drops the bottle of antidepressants on the side of the road. Chelsie carries the flowers and places them next to Clarissa’s grave.