Ones and Zeros

INT. Office, green plants hanging from the ceiling. Cork notice board. Open kitchen.

Derrick: ‘There’s a lot more to it than that you know’

Corinne: ‘I know, I know, I just, I just wanted to believe that what was going on there, it was a bit more simple, a bit more, pure?’

Derrick: ‘I know what you mean. Come on. you know that there is no purity left in the world these days’

EXT. Park, outdoor setting Midday sun.

Daniel: ‘Why don’t you kiss me like you used to?’

Amiel: ‘Don’t be like that. Why would you say that?’

Daniel: ‘I just get a feeling that maybe you’re not as into this as you were. Things feel a bit different. You seem a little, distant.
Amiel: ‘I’m not distant’

INT. Bar – Downstairs bar. Pooltable in the corner. Jukebox. Cigarette smoke.

Derrick: ‘I can’t be the only one who thinks like that. I just can’t be. I know that things have changed in the last few years, but people still believe in tradition right? The values of yesteryear. You know, all those thigns that we grew up believing as a kid.
I fucking hate AI’

Daniel: ‘Yeah well, I know what you mean, but I kind of like it. You know how nice it is not having to go to the shops and think about cooking anymore? I just get home, log in and that’s my evening sorted.’

INT. Office. Daytime. Nice, bright office.

Amiel typing away on the keyboard.

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