Essay on Analysis Of The Movie ' The Night '
1 INT. MEMORY LANE MOTEL, HALLWAY - NIGHT 1
Dimly lit, flesh toned, and dilapidated, it is empty. All doors are closed.
2 EXT. BAR - NIGHT 2
Nestled on the corner of a vacant city street; illuminated solely by the glow of the bar’s neon signs.
2 INT. BAR, RESTAURANT SECTION - NIGHT 3
A golden hue saturates the room from candles littering the tables; there are few customers. Exposed brick walls meet black leather booths that skirt the interiors length. CAREY stands adjacent the bar. Carey is working class and muscular, wearing tattered clothing and tired eyes. He carelessly oozes an overbearing demeanor while watching LES from afar. Les is kind eyed but distant. He sits across from his pregnant wife, HOPE. Hope is as normal as they come; in her plainness, true beauty. She is draped in a loose, flowing dress, smiling longingly at her husband, so very much in love. Hope excitedly motions for Les to come to her side, anticipating their baby’s kick. Les sluggishly switches seats, cradles her stomach and waits. They feel movement. HOPE (thrilled) Did you? Les simply nods. A CRASH from the kitchen startles Les. He shoots up from Hope’s stomach and shields her; no one else is affected. When realizing this over reaction, Les smashes the table with an open palm. HOPE (CONT’D) What is it?
The song from the JUKEBOX ends abruptly drawing Les’s attention towards it. He sees Carey; they know each other.
Les grows tense. He reaches across the…