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Writing A Treatment Lilly It's The political climate in China is very unstable. When ANNA, the young pregnant wife of an outspoken journalist is left widowed after a vicious assassination, friends whisk her out of the country to sympathetic expatriates in Queens, New York.
In Queens she's given a grim room in the local syndicate head quarters. Anna is lethargic, lost in pain. JON VAN, the charming head of the syndicate comes to see how she's doing, and expresses romantic interest in her.
Anna's lack of enthusiasm angers him, but he writes it off to her recent experiences. They share a run-down apartment in a maze of tenement buildings, serviced by a few small markets in a bad part of town. June runs the local daycare center for the working mothers in this closed Vietnamese community.
Anna, now seven months pregnant, is speechless and depressed until early labor forces a bone-chilling howl of pain from her parched lips. The baby is born, Lily, a perfect little girl, but Anna is too deeply distressed to bond. It's June who holds the tiny girl, and cuddles her. As the weeks pass, Anna slowly recovers.
She starts to ask questions about the new world she's entered. Anna sees the mothers drop off and pick up their children, tension and fear in their faces. When Anna asks why there is so much stress, June explains that everyone owes the syndicate, the local arm of the people who helped Anna escape.
Jon Van is the boss. June reveals her hatred of the syndicate, telling Anna of their exploitation of their own kind.
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That's why everyone's afraid, they use threats of deportation or death to keep us in line. June helps Anna improve her English, warning her to keep it a secret.
Their nightly practice bonds them together like sisters.
But as time passes, June becomes more and more depressed and decides to run away. Anna feels for June, but warns her that it's wrong to flee.
Late one night, June tries to escape. She's caught and is beaten to death. Horrified at the death of her only friend, Anna's emotional agony returns and she takes refuge in her relationship with Lily.
When Lily wants to know about her father, Anna makes up a wild story.
She tells Lily her daddy was a famous patriot, who died to save her and many others from the oppression in their country.
When Lily asks if he's really dead, Anna hasn't the heart to confirm the truth. She pretends that there's a big secret. She tells Lily that Daddy really escaped and came to America, where he is searching for them everywhere.Experience with script analysis and providing input for any necessary script changes.
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