ALOHA FLOW (Movie Screenplay Outline)
EXT. DIAMOND HEAD, OAHU, HAWAII - DAY
FEMALE PARAGLIDER, LEILANI, 17, gorgeous Hapa-Haole (Caucasian-Hawaiian), sails through the sky on a RAINBOW-COLORED PARASAIL, past Diamond Head.
EXT. WAIKIKI BEACH, OAHU, HAWAII - DAY
Leilani glides over SURFERS at Waikiki, dipping over a TWIN-HULLED CATAMARAN with HULA DANCERS and TOURISTS eating a LUAU onboard, watching the SUNSET.
EXT. LEILANI’S COVE, OAHU, HAWAII - SUNSET
Leilani glides gracefully towards the shore, barely misses a BLOND SURFER TEENAGER (17), and lands on the beach of Lelani’s Cove.
MAUI, 20’S attractive Hawaiian male, runs up to Leilani, helps her get out of the PARAGLIDER GEAR.
TOURISTS APPLAUD, thinking the PARAGLIDING STUNT was part of the show.
Bobby and Robert run to the shoreline.
A few TOURISTS follow taking photos on their CELL PHONES, VIDEOCAMERAS, DIGITAL CAMERAS, curious about the beautiful Paraglider...
Awesome! What a ... beautiful girl...
Bobby assists Maui in helping Leilani out of her PARAGLIDING GEAR.
Yeah, just fell from the sky...
Awe Leilani, you be late one more time and you no job eh?
Made it at sunset, didn’t I?
You cuttin’ it close waihine (girl/woman). Get ready wikiwiki (quick).
BLOND SURFER TEENAGER
Hey waihini, you almost hit me. Be careful how you flyin’.
Missed you by at least two feet!
BLOND SURFER TEENAGER
Maui gives Blond Surfer Teenager the “SHAKA” sign, they bump knuckles, shake. All is cool.
Leilani runs up the beach to where the WAITERS and WAITRESSES are setting the tables with TI LEAVES, and ORCHIDS for the GUESTS/TOURISTS.
INT. X HOTEL, WAIKIKI, OAHU - SUNSET
BOBBY, 18, an attractive haole (Caucasian) boy is DREAMING, and his eyes flicker back and forth under his long eyelashes.
The LIGHT goes on in the hotel room, and ROBERT (Dad), finishes buttoning up his cool ALOHA SHIRT with WOODYCARS, SURFERS, and HULA GIRLS, WHITE SHORTS.
Wake up kiddo. You’re gonna miss the show. We’re gonna miss the bus.
You go on Dad. I’m tired.
Look. I told you to get out and get some sun. It’s probably that lack of sunshine makes you depressed.
I don’t think so. It’s moving to California is depressing.
Bobby STARES at a photo of BOBBY, AGE 11 and his BEAUTIFUL MOTHER hugging him on the BEACH AT WAIKIKI near the DUKE KAHANAMOKU STATUE.
Bobby pokes a finger at his COMPUTER GAME.
I don’t wanna go.
Robert grabs the COMPUTER GAME and puts it into his SMALL MAN’S SHOULDER BAG.
You want your game back, you go, and now!
Bobby reluctantly gets up, takes his SHAVING KIT, goes to brush his teeth in the bathroom.
I’ll be fine by myself. You go...
(Stubborn) I’m not leaving YOU in Waikiki alone with all the nightclubs.
Bobby slams the bathroom door shut.
Robert opens the door and hands Bobby an ALOHA SHIRT to match his ALOHA SHIRT.
INT. BATHROOM - DAY
Bobby changes his shirt. While Robert is not looking he digs up his FAKE ID and SIXTY DOLLARS in his SNEAKERS.
Bobby on his cell phone:
Hey Claude, it’s me. Bobby! Dad wants me
to go with him but I’ll catch up with you