Analysis Of The Book ' Blonde Hair '

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blonde hair. He leaves the room.
INT. HALLWAY - DAY
He walks onto the next room. Doug approaches Morris’s room, he glances in.
INT. MORRIS’S PRIVATE ROOM - DAY
Unable to recognize Morris, Doug is just about to walk to the next room. When out of the corner of his eye, Morris stares at Doug. They lock eyes. Doug is completely appalled by Morris’s appearance, he thinks its another patient. Not realizing it is his friend.
He covers his mouth in disgust, taking a step backwards. Out of the previous patients, Morris is in the worst condition. It looks as if Morris is going to die any second judging by the way he looks, and how many machines are hooked up to him.
INT. HALLWAY - DAY
Doug knocks his knuckles onto the nurses station which is directly in front of Morris’s room. Later. We see a Nurse point towards Morris’s room.
DOUG
No that’s not him, I’m looking for my friend Morris Goodman.
Doug pulls a picture out from his pants pocket of him and Morris (the photo that was on Morris’s desk). He points to Morris in the photograph. The Nurse disagrees with Doug and hastily points straight ahead at Morris laying in bed.
Doug covers his mouth. His eyes immediately fill up with tears.
INT. MORRIS’S PRIVATE ROOM - DAY
The vase of flowers are on Morris’s bedside table. Doug stares at Morris completely speechless and shocked. He sits there in silence for a few seconds, just looking at Morris. Trying to take it all in, that this is his friend.
DOUG
This...this wasn’t supposed
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