CONFESSION OF LOVE
 

FADE IN:

EXT HOUSE - SUNSET GARDENS – JAMAICA - NIGHT

The house is something resembling a bungalow, it has a gate at the front, there is a car parked in the driveway.

INT. HOUSE - CONTINUOUS

CARL’S ROOM is dark except for a night light on the wall next to one of his night tables. He is lying on his back across the bed asleep; he is in a pair of jeans, but shirtless.

He is tall, solidly built and weighs close to two hundred pounds, he is black. He is thirty three years of age.

The phone rings and he jumps out of his sleep and sits up; the phone rings again and he reaches for it.

                                          CARL
                                   (groggily
                     Hello.

                      FEMALE VOICE
Hey, Carl, Nickisha.

                      CARL
          (coming fully awake)
Hey, Nicky, what’s up?

                      NICKY (V.O.)
Nothing, is Steve there?

                    CARL
No, he is out with Carlene. You want

me to call him and ask him to call

you?

NICKY (V.O.)

No, I’ll talk to him when I see him.

CARL

Okay. I’ll tell him you call.

NICKY (V.O.)

No, don’t tell him. Sorry for waking

you, Carl, go back to sleep.

CARL

Okay, see you tomorrow.

NICKY (V.O.)

Goodbye.

Nicky hangs up. Carl hangs up and looks at the clock radio on his night table; it is 10:30p.m. Carl gets up; he walks towards the washroom.

CARL

Damn, wonder why she called at this

time of the night, must be important.

He goes into the washroom and closes the door. Moments later, the toilet can be heard flushing.

INT. HOUSE - LATER

Carl is siting in the family room watching television when STEVE, a tall, handsome black man, about thirty years of age walks in, he is casually dressed. He smiles at Carl.

STEVE

Hey, Carl, what’s up? I thought you

were asleep.

CARL

I was, until your girlfriend called.

There is a look of puzzlement on Steve’s face.

STEVE

My girlfriend?

He sits in the couch next to Carl.

CARL

Nickisha.

STEVE

Nickisha? Why did she call?

CARL

I told you the woman is in love with

you, but you don’t believe me.

STEVE

Look, Carl, what Nickisha and I have

is a business relationship, nothing

more.

CARL

So why did she call tonight?

STEVE

How long ago was that anyway?

CARL

About twenty minutes ago.

Steve gets up, Carl looks at him.

CARL

Where are you going?

Steve walks towards the phone.

STEVE

I’m going to call her.

CARL

No, she asked me not to tell you she

called.

Steve stops and turns to look at Carl.

STEVE

Why?

Carl shrugs.

CARL

How should I know?

Steve goes back to sit beside Carl.

STEVE

It’s pretty strange, why would she

call me now? Did you tell her where

I was?

CARL

No, but I told her who you were with.

STEVE

What did she say?

CARL

Nothing, she just said I shouldn’t

tell you anything and she will talk

to you in the morning.

STEVE

I tell you Nickisha is not interested

in me intimately, I know she likes me,

but just as a friend, not intimately.

CARL

How do you know that?

STEVE

I asked her out once and she told me specifically she doesn’t mix business

with pleasure.

CARL

And you took her seriously?

STEVE

Now wait a minute, what should I have

done? I can only go by what she said

to me.

Carl looks at him strangely; he shakes his head.

CARL

You don’t know women, Steve, you really don’t know women at all.

EXT. OFFICE - DAY

The building housing the office sits on the edge of a busy street; it’s a two-story building.

INT OFFICE - CONTINUOUS

A TALL ATTRACTIVE, WELL-DRESSED, GOOD-LOOKING BLACK LADY is searching through her file cabinet; it’s ten thirty. There is a knock on the door. She stops what she is doing. Her name is NICKISHA. She is thirty two years of age.

NICKISHA

Come in.

The door is opened and Steve walks in; he is dressed in a gray double-breasted suit.

STEVE

Good morning.

NICKISHA

Good morning, you’re late.

STEVE

Got in late this morning.

NICKISHA

You know you were supposed to go to

court in Manchester this morning, why

did you stay out so late last night?

STEVE

Just felt like taking a break from

this court thing; it was getting boring.

NICKISHA

Are you saying that I’m boring you?

STEVE

Not you, just the whole court system.

In reality, it’s not as interesting as

when it is seen on Television.

NICKISHA

Look, Steve, those writers sometimes

know nothing about the real court

system, they talk to lawyers just

the way you’re doing now and believe

me, whatever knowledge you get from

me here, will never make you a lawyer.

STEVE

I know that. So what’s on the agenda

for today?

NICKISHA

I have a case in the May Pen Courthouse today, you can come with me there,

that is if you don’t have something

more important to do.

Steve looks quizzically at her.

STEVE

What do you mean?

NICKISHA

Nothing.

INT. RESTAURANT - DAY

Steve and Nickisha have just finished having lunch, the waitress is clearing the table.

NICKISHA

So how was court today?

STEVE

It wasn’t bad, wasn’t as boring as

all those other times.

(Steve looks at his outfit)

Do I always have to wear these clothes?

NICKISHA

What do you mean?

STEVE

I’m in Jamaica, it’s hot, I don’t

understand how these people dress

constantly in jackets and ties in a

country where the climate is tropical.

NICKISHA

The lawyers wear them constantly and

they don’t complain, why are you complaining? You won’t be in it forever; it’s just briefly.

STEVE

Still I hate it.



NICKISHA

You are spending a lot of time with

Carlene, aren’t you?

STEVE

She is okay.

NICKISHA

Where did you guys go last night?

STEVE

How did you know we went out last

night?

NICKISHA

Just guessing.

STEVE

Well you seem to have an informed guess.

We went out all right, and we had a

lot of fun.

NICKISHA

When are you going back to Canada?

STEVE

When I feel like it.

NICKISHA

Pretty soon you’ll be rid of me and

my strict rules, I bet you’re going

to be happy.

STEVE

I can’t say I don’t enjoy your company,

it’s just that you remind me so much

of your mother.

NICKISHA

In what way?

STEVE

You’re both strict and if you’re

teaching someone something, you want

them to learn.

NICKISHA

Is that a compliment?

STEVE

It is a compliment, however, I’m now

too old to conform to rules and

regulations.

NICKISHA

I wonder how my mom would have responded

to something like this.

STEVE

I don’t know, I wouldn’t say such a

thing to her.

(He looks at Nickisha)

I know you guys are adults, but do

you still feel the same fear you used

to feel when you were kids around

your mother?

NICKISHA

First of all, I never used to fear

my mother and I don’t fear her now

either.

STEVE

Hey, you’re talking to me, not a stranger.

I used to fear her and she was not

my mother.

NICKISHA

From what I can remember, you used

to be afraid of even your own shadow.

Nickisha has a smirk on her face; Steve is serious.

STEVE

That’s not even remotely funny.

Nickisha chuckles forcefully.

NICKISHA

I’m sorry.

STEVE

Are you going to tell me why you broke

up with your husband?

Nickisha looks behind her and beckons the waitress over. She looks back at Steve as the waitress approaches.

NICKISHA

Let’s not go there, I think I’ve told

you already, I don’t mix business with pleasure.

The waitress gives her the check and leaves. Steve is reaching for it.

STEVE

I’ll get that.

Nickisha pulls it away.

NICKISHA

Nope, I invited you to lunch, I’ll

get it.

She pays and leaves a tip. Together they leave the restaurant.

INT. HOUSE - LATER SAME DAY

Nickisha walks into her empty house, removes her jacket, leaves it along with her briefcase on the couch in the family room and goes into the

KITCHEN

and checks her answering machine.

DIGITAL VOICE

You have one new message. To check

Your messages, press…

(Nickisha presses the button)

The following message has not been

heard. Message 1,

(Female voice):

‘Hi, Nicky, this is Carlene, I’m home,

Gi mi a call’.

(There is a click, indicating

she has hang up) Digital voice:

Message received at 1:30 P.m.

End of message.

Nickisha erases the message.

NICKISHA

(Going into the refrigerator)

Wonder what the hell she is calling

me for at that time of day when she

knows I’m in court.

She removes a jug of milk from the fridge and closes it, she places it on the table, gets herself a glass and pours some in, she drinks and goes for the phone, she dials a number. When it is answered.

NICKISHA

May I speak to Donna?

MALE VOICE

One moment please.

Nickisha is put on hold while the person gets Donna.

MOMENTS LATER

DONNA is on the line.

DONNA(V.O.)

Donna here, can I help you?

NICKISHA

Hey, it’s me, what’s up?

DONNA (V.O.)

Nothing much, how is it with you?

NICKISHA

I’m fine, how was work?

DONNA (V.O.)

Not bad, how are things with you and

Steve?

NICKISHA

He is seeing Carlene.

DONNA (V.O.)

What do you mean?

NICKISHA

I introduced them the other day and

now Carlene is head over heels in love

with him.

DONNA (V.O.)

Do you know how he feels about her?

NICKISHA

What does it matter? I don’t care.

DONNA (V.O.)

Hey, Sis, this is Donna, remember?

NICKISHA

What can I do? Whatever he wants to

do that’s his business.

DONNA (V.O.)

Have you told him anything?

NICKISHA

No, Donna, I don’t want Steve to

think I’m desperate.

DONNA (V.O.)

No, I don’t think he would believe

that.

NICKISHA

I am just not going to confess

anything to him, I’d rather die.

DONNA (V.O.)

They say pride goes before a fall.

NICKISHA

What does that have to do with

anything?

DONNA (V.O.)

Nothing. So what did you guys do

today?

NICKISHA

Go to court as usual.

DONNA (V.O.)

Was he bored?

NICKISHA

Why do you ask?

DONNA (V.O.)

The last time I saw him, he was like

dozing.

NICKISHA

Yeah, he said he finds the court

system out here quite boring.

DONNA (V.O.)

You have got to let him know that the

court system he sees on television

and the real ones are two different

things.

NICKISHA

I told him.

DONNA (V.O.)

Nicky, be careful. Remember, it was

because of him why you broke up with

Ricky.

NICKISHA

You know it wasn’t working out with

he and I.

DONNA (V.O.)

Yeah, but remember that he was the

one who made you sign that divorce

paper so quickly when you heard

he was coming.

NICKISHA

I know.

DONNA (O.S.)

What are you going to do now? I’m

going home, I could ask my butler

to put an extra plate on the table

and you could come over for dinner.

NICKISHA

No, that’s okay, I’m planning on

taking it easy this evening.

DONNA (V.O.)

Are you sure you wouldn’t rather be

with him? You’d better be careful,

now that he’s a famous writer, he’ll

have all the girls at his tail.

NICKISHA

(Drearily)

Whatever, Donna, I’m not going to go

down on my knees to him.

DONNA (V.O.)

Be kind to him.

NICKISHA

I will, see you, Donna.

DONNA (V.O.)

‘Bye, Nickisha.

Donna hangs up. Nickisha does the same.

INT HOUSE - SUNSET GARDENS - DAY

Carl and Steve are having a drink; there are a few bottles of Red Stripe Beers on the table.

CARL

How was it with Nickisha today?

STEVE

Just the way it has always been.

CARL

Did you mention anything to her

about this morning?

STEVE

No, but she asked me if I enjoyed

myself with Carlene last night.

CARL

What did you say to her?

STEVE

I asked her how she knew I was out

with Carlene.

CARL

She didn’t tell you I told her, did

she?

STEVE

No, she said she was guessing.

Carl smiles.

CARL

She thinks she is smart, doesn’t she?

STEVE

Yeah. I have always liked her though.

Carl looks at Steve with raised eyebrows.

CARL

Don’t you mean ‘love’?

STEVE

Okay, love.

CARL

You still love her?

STEVE

Yeah, but she is as miserable

as her mother.

CARL

Come on, Steve, her mother wasn’t

miserable except when we refuse to

do our homework.

STEVE

She is just like her mother in that

respect.

CARL

Well, they are related, what do you

expect?

STEVE

Nothing

Steve yawns and stretches.

CARL

You’re tired, man, you’re not

planning on going out tonight, are

you?

STEVE

No, at least not with Carlene.

(He looks at Carl)

We haven’t been out for a while,

have we?

CARL

No, not since you took up with Carlene.

STEVE

Hey, she is a nice girl, but not

really my type.

CARL

Have you told her?

STEVE

Not yet, I don’t want to spoil her

fun.

CARL

That’s not fair, Steve, you know women,

she is go to fall in love with you

and then what?

STEVE

I’ll tell her then.

CARL

No, that’s not fair, tell her now.

STEVE

Hey come on, Carl, we are having

too much fun.

CARL

Come on, Steve, if you have a sister,

you wouldn’t like a guy to be doing

this to her?

STEVE

Okay, so what am I going to do now,

go to her and say what?

CARL

Just tell her you cannot become

intimate with her.

STEVE

And what is my reason?

CARL

There is someone special in your

life, you don’t have to tell her

who.

STEVE

What if she stops talking to me?

CARL

Well that’s her business.

Steve looks at Carl and shakes his head.

STEVE

I don’t want to be so crude.

CARL

You’re not being crude, Steve,

sometimes you have got to be cruel

to be kind, but you’re not being crude.

STEVE

Okay, I’ll tell her tomorrow.

CARL

You’ll be seeing her tomorrow?

STEVE

Yeah, but if that’s too late,

I could call her now

CARL

No, tell her in person.

STEVE

You know I hate looking at someone

and telling them bad news.

CARL

Hey, you have got to learn.

STEVE

Okay, if doing that will make you

feel better.

CARL

It will.

INT. OFFICE - NEXT DAY

Nickisha is in her office; she is on the phone.

NICKISHA

Ron, I won’t be able to go to the

dance this week-end.

RON (V.O.)

Hey come on, Nickisha, don’t tell me

you’re allowing Steve Ramsay to take

up all your time.

NICKISHA

Ron, I’m not allowing him to take up

my time. And talking about him, where

the hell is he anyway?

Steve walks in; he is dressed in a black double-breasted suit.

NICKISHA

Ron, I’ll call you back later, my

Boss has just walked in.

She hangs up and looks at him; he takes a seat in front of her.

HICKISHA

You’re early, aren’t you?

STEVE

I overslept.

NICKISHA

Why didn’t Carl wake you?

STEVE

He wasn’t there.

NICKISHA

Where was he?

STEVE

Went out with a friend.

NICKISHA

Was it a girl?

Steve forces a smile.

STEVE

Why are you so interested?

Nickisha shakes her head.

NICKISHA

I’m not interested.

STEVE

Well, you could have fooled me. What

do we have for today?

NICKISHA

I was supposed to be at the circuit

court, we had a case there today.

(She looks at her watch)

But as you have just crawled in we

will have to something else.

STEVE

Did you have to cancel because of

me?

NICKISHA

No, I went already and I asked for

a postponement.

STEVE

So where do we go now?

NICKISHA

Nowhere, for the rest of the day, we

stay in my office.

STEVE

Well I could have stayed home if that

were the case.

NICKISHA

What is it that you have at home that

you can’t seem to stay away from, is

it Carlene?

Steve looks quizzically at her.

STEVE

Are you jealous or something?

NICKISHA

Jealous?

(She chuckles forcefully)

Of what?

STEVE

Not of what, of whom?

NICKISHA

I’m not jealous of you if that is

what you’re implying.

STEVE

Why did you divorce your husband?

Nickisha became serious.

NICKISHA

I thought I told you I wasn’t going

to talk about my social life.

STEVE

Why not?

NICKISHA

My life has nothing to do with you.

STEVE

You talk a lot about me going out

with Carlene and yet if I ask you

about your former husband, you

become angry, why?

NICKISHA

I don’t want to talk about it.

Steve is staring rudely at her.

STEVE

But I want to hear about it. Why did

you marry Ricky when there were lots

of other guys you could have chosen

from?

Nickisha looks angrily at him.

NICKISHA

What was wrong with Ricky?

STEVE

Nickisha, you know as much about him

as I do, you knew he wasn’t faithful.

NICKISHA

I thought he would have changed.

STEVE

He obviously didn’t.

NICKISHA

Okay, so he didn’t, what about you?

How comes you never get married?

STEVE

Could it be because I have never met

Miss Right?

NICKISHA

Who is right for you?

STEVE

I don’t know.

He is looking at Nickisha with a mysterious smile.

NICKISHA

Why are you looking at me like that?

He shakes his head.

STEVE

Nothing.

NICKISHA

Are you sure now?

STEVE

Yeah, I’m sure.

INT. HOUSE - SUNSET GARDENS – LATER - SAME DAY

Steve walks in, the house empty, Carl is nowhere to be seen. Steve removes his tie as he walks to his

BEDROOM

He throws his jacket and tie on his bed and checks his voice mail; there is a message from Carlene:

CARLENE (V.O.)

Hi, sweetie, didn’t see you last

night, hope to see you tonight, call

me, ‘bye.

Steve hangs up the phone then calls Carl cellular number; it is answered on the second ring.

CARL (V.O.)

Hello.

STEVE

Where are you?

CARL (V.O.)

I’m on my way home; I went to see

my mom.

STEVE

How is she?

CARL (V.O.)

She is okay, she was asking for you,

man.

STEVE

I’m going to go see her one of these

days. I’ve got to go see Carlene

tonight.

CARL (V.O.)

No problem, I have a date myself.

STEVE

We could make it a double date.

CARL (V.O.)

No, remember what you’re going to

tell Carlene.

STEVE

I know, I was just checking my voice

mail and she left a message for me.

CARL (V.O.)

Well why not call her back and tell

her you’ll see her tonight?

STEVE

Yeah, I’m gonna do that. So I’ll see

you later?

CARL (V.O.)

In a few minutes.

STEVE

See you.

Steve hangs up.

EXT. NIGHT CLUB - NIGHT

The club is situated in a plaza; the parking lot is full.

INT. CLUB. 9:00p

The club is buzzing with activity, there are people on the dance floor as well as people sitting around tables, having drinks; Steve and CARLENE are sitting there too.

Carlene is as tall as Nickisha, but is more curvaceous in that she is stockier, she wears her dark long hair loose and beyond her shoulders, she is an attractive woman. In front of them on the table are two glasses, bowl of ice a bottle of Bailey’s Irish creme and a bottle of ginger wine, Carlene is drinking a glass of the latter.

Carlene is thirty years of age.

She is smiling beautifully as she speaks to Steve; they are watching the dancers.

CARLENE

You sure you don’t want to dance?

Steve shakes his head.

STEVE

I’m sure.

She looks closely at him.

CARLENE

Is something on your mind, Steve?

STEVE

Why do you ask?

CARLENE

You’re here and yet you’re not here.

STEVE

I’m okay.

He takes a swig of the Irish creme.

CARLENE

You’re sure now?

STEVE

Yeah.

CARLENE

Do you want to go home?

STEVE

We just got here.

CARLENE

Has Nickisha been telling you anything

about me?

Steve looks at her strangely.

STEVE

Should she be?

CARLENE

No, but I know you two spend a lot

of times together, I know you saw

each other this morning and I’ve

never seen you behaving like this

before.

Steve sighs deeply before he answers.

STEVE

Okay, Carlene, there is something

on my mind.

CARLENE

I’m listening.

STEVE

I can’t be intimate with you.

She is puzzled.

CARLENE

Why?

STEVE

Nothing, it’s just that I’m not

ready for this as yet.

CARLENE

You’re not engaged to anyone, are

you?

STEVE

No.

CARLENE

So why aren’t you ready? It’s not

like you’re a child or anything like

that, you’re a consenting adult.

STEVE

I know that, but I’m just not ready.

Carlene is angry.

CARLENE

Has Nickisha anything to do with

this?

STEVE

No.

CARLENE

I knew it, I knew it.

(She looks at Steve)

I was wondering how long it would

take her to become real jealous.

STEVE

Leave Nickisha out of this, will you?

CARLENE

Why should I? I know she is the one

who has been influencing you.

STEVE

No one has influenced me; I’m just

doing this on my own; I don’t want

to hurt you.

CARLENE

Don’t be sorry for me; I can take

care of myself.

Carlene gets up. Steve does the same. Carlene holds up a restraining hand.

CARLENE

Please stay where you are, I can find

my way home.

She walks out of the club. Steve picks up his cellular and calls Carl.

STEVE

Hey, Carl, guess what.

CARL (V.O.)

What?

STEVE

I told her and she wasn’t too pleased.

CARL (V.O.)

What happened?

STEVE

She left; I think she is pretty hurt.

CARL (V.O.)

I’m sorry, man, but what else could

you do? She was going to be hurt one

way or the other, sooner or later.

I think it’s good that you did it

sooner.

STEVE

Anyway, I’ll see you later.

CARL (V.O)

See you.

INT. NICKISHA’S HOME - SAME NIGHT

Nickisha is watching television when she hears a knock on her door; she gets up. She has a perplexed look on her face as if she is wondering who it is.

She goes to the door and opens it, Carlene barges her way passes her. Nickisha is puzzled; she closes the door and follows after her.

NICKISHA

What’s up, Carlene? You seem mighty

mad.

Carlene turns on her; Nickisha stops in her track.

CARLENE

As if you don’t know.

NICKISHA

What are you talking about?

CARLENE

Steve, Steve is the one I’m talking

about. Why did you tell him to leave

me?

Nickisha laughs forcefully

NICKISHA

I don’t know what you’re talking

about.

CARLENE

Steve told me that he couldn’t become intimate with me and I’m sure you

have something to do with it.

NICKISHA

Why do you think so?

CARLENE

Nickisha, I know you’re sorry that

you introduced me to Steve, I know

you have always wanted him for

yourself.

Nickisha becomes angry.

NICKISHA

Let me tell you something,

Carlene.

She passes Carlene and goes into the living room; she sits.

NICKISHA

You don’t know anything about me or

about Steve. We grew up together,

Steve is someone I have always loved

and still loves, but I’m not interfering

in his life, whatever he wants to do,

it’s his business.

CARLENE

I’m sorry, Nickisha, I didn’t know

you two grew up together, I thought

you had just met him when you introduced

him to me.

NICKISHA

Well now you know different.

CARLENE

Nickisha, I’m really sorry.

(Carlene comes closer)

Why didn’t you tell me?

NICKISHA

What did you want me to do, Carlene?

Walk around and announce to the world

that I love Steve Ramsay, that I have

always loved Steve Ramsay?

CARLENE

Does Ron know about this?

Nickisha looks angrily at Carlene.

NICKISHA

Why do I need to tell Ron the way I

feel about another man? Ron means

nothing to me.

CARLENE

I’m sorry, I thought you two were

close.

NICKISHA

There is a lot you obviously don’t

know about me, Carlene.

CARLENE

(Sadly)

Obviously. I guess I’d better go home

before I make a bigger fool of myself.

Nickisha looks at her but doesn’t respond verbally.

CARLENE

Good night, Nickisha.

NICKISHA

Good night, Carlene.

Nickisha watches as Carlene makes her exit.

INT. OFFICE - NEXT DAY

Steve walks into the office, Nickisha is there; she is in her swivel chair and turns around as he enters. Steve looks as if he hadn’t slept the night before.

NICKISHA

Didn’t you sleep last night?

Steve sits in front of her.

STEVE

I slept all right.

NICKISHA

Doesn’t look that way on your face.

STEVE

Don’t look at my face; it can be

very deceiving.

NICKISHA

Was that what you were doing with

Carlene, deceiving her?

Steve looks strangely at her.

STEVE

What are you talking about?

NICKISHA

Carlene was at my home last night.

STEVE

What time?

NICKISHA

About 11.

STEVE

Did she tell you what happened?

NICKISHA

She did, but I wouldn’t mind

hearing your version.

STEVE

Nickisha, the truth of the matter is,

I came here not to learn anything about

law, but to see you again.

NICKISHA

Why didn’t you tell me that?

STEVE

I didn’t know how you would have

reacted.

NICKISHA

So why did you tell Carlene you couldn’t

be intimate with her?

STEVE

Because I could only think about you,

even when I was with her and I didn’t

think it was fair to keep her hanging

on when I know there was nothing in

this for her.

NICKISHA

Have you ever had sex with her?

STEVE

No.

There is a smile on Steve’s face.

NICKISHA

I’m serious you know.

STEVE

I have never had sex with her.

NICKISHA

You want to know the truth?

Steve is looking at her.

STEVE

I’m listening.

NICKISHA

I have never stopped loving you. I

was angry when I returned and I found

you gone.

STEVE

I had to get away, I had to go and

look something for myself, I knew you

were going to become a lawyer and I

wanted to be someone when I approach

you again.

NICKISHA

I still would have loved you if you

were just Steve and nothing else.

Steve is smiles mischievously.

STEVE

Would you?

NICKISHA

I would have, you know that.

STEVE

Unless you were not the same little

girl who shoved me to the ground the

first time I touched her.

She stood; she has a broad smile on her face.

NICKISHA

Haven’t you noticed? I’m a woman now.

She comes around to him and sits on his thigh; she puts an arm around his neck, and looks in his face.

NICKISHA

Can’t you feel the difference?

She kisses him; he clings to her and returns her kisses passionately.

FADE OUT















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A man returns to Jamaica to a love he had left behind.
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