“Is your dress from Lois? I have a dress like yours, but I have never worn it.” N stands in front of C holding sheets of music. C smiles. Phone RINGS from another room. C excuses herself from the room.
N sits in front of a grand piano. C enters the room.
RING from C’s iPhone. C checks on the phone for a second, then goes back to N. “Go ahead,” C says to N.
N doesn’t play well. N goes over the sheet and teaches N. N struggles on the piece.
“Thank you for the cookie recipe, I haven’t made it though. I still need to get some of the ingredients.” N explains. “Sometimes I get mine from the store next to the supermarket. ” C gives a piece of good advice.
INT. F’S LIVING ROOM – NIGHT
F plays a piece from a famous French movie with a keyboard. He plays beautifully.
“You really improved your skill, and you just began to take lessons a year ago at the age of 70! How did you do it?” N asks in admiration. “I practice 20 minutes everyday.” F says.
INT. N’S LIVING ROOM/KITCHEN/BEDROOM
N reads a book;
N cooks dinner;
N texts on iPhone;
N cleans home with a vacuum cleaner;
INT. PIANO LESSON ROOM
N plays poorly. N looks stressed, while C smiles with patience. C corrects N’s mistakes.
INT. N’S BEDROOM
N types in her iPad, looks sleepy. WORD COUNT: 523.
N’s eyes are half-closed. She pauses her typing. WORD COUNT: 801.
N looks satisfied as she turns off the iPad.