• By JK Murphy
  • 01-Nov-2022
  • Drama, Garage, Living Room, Park, End of the World, Two Pages, Trigger - Abduction


After 88 days being imprisoned in a garage, Olga is finally freed by her captor, yelling something about dying. Her first instinct is to get home but when she reaches the house, she finds out that the world is about to end.


Female Characters
Male Characters
Intimacy / Contact
Couple in park are in a tight embrace. Olga and her mother hug at the end.
Character Descriptions
Olga (20s) is an imprisoned woman in her early twenties and Karl (40s) is her captor. There is a couple who are hugging in the park (could be any mix of genders and ages) and Olga's Mum (50s).


No. of Locations
Location Description
A grubby, windowless garage, a town street, a lovely park and a house with glass patio door, preferably all near each other - not too much to ask. However, with some clever editing they could be anywhere.
Props Required
Old mattress, grubby cardigan, torn t-shirt, fake news video file to screen on TV in house. Will need some foley of a big explosion to really make it come to life.

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1. Cheap as Chips
2. Help Required  
3. Deep Pockets

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