A story of an old lady getting ready for a night out, cut with a twenty something man getting ready for a night out also. Two completely different people and backgrounds, but shows how they both prepare for a simple night out. The lady could be an old film star, or just a rich eccentric. She enters the pub and sits at the end of the bar and orders a gin and tonic. The man is a simple man, could be a builder or the like, he buys an over priced shirt for the night, texts mates, arranges the night while grabbing food and watching the Saturday football results. He also enters the same pub as the old lady, orders a pint and a packet of crisps. Sits at the same bar, but at the other end to the lady. After a while of silence his phone rings. He is let down by his mates. The lady and this man catch each other in the eyes and there is a slight moment of knowing. The piece ends. Throughout the story we continually learn more about them and how different there lives are and how they both end up at the same place and the in the same situation.
He looks closely at himself into a mirror in his bedroom, which is pitch black, He has a lighter in his hand which he uses to peer at his face, its as if he is trying to see into the darkness behind him. He sees something move.
A man is close to the yellow line on an underground train platform. He is reading a book, oblivious to his surroundings. A train rumbles into view, he doesn’t look up but the train nudges his book as it passes. The camera pans down, from an overhead perspective to reveal his face.