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占卜師 劇本
內景 傍晚 大廈的小房間
人:占卜師Samantha
△圓桌上整齊的排放著精美的塔羅牌。
△房間裡非常的安靜,連一點時鐘的滴答聲都沒有。
△此時,一隻手輕輕的撫過桌上的牌組,從容不迫的樣子。
△Samantha摸著其中一張牌,翻了開來。
△逆位的世界牌。
△悄悄的看了一眼,摸著牌上的點字,Samantha閉上了雙眼。
△畫面黑,「砰」!

上片名:占卜師

內景 日 Samantha家的客廳
人:占卜師Samantha
△木製的方型桌上放置著凌亂塔羅牌。
△塔羅牌的另一旁擺放著一台銀色的筆記型電腦。
△Samantha像往常一樣,拿著一杯咖啡坐在筆電前方,打開了銀幕並按下開關。
△伸手摸了摸桌上的塔羅牌,像以往一樣點進自己的部落格裡。
△Samantha原本微笑的臉龐,瞬間僵硬,眼睛睜得大大的看著螢幕。
△Samantha的眼裡充滿著不可置信,滑鼠迅速的滑動著。
△部落格裡寫滿了對Samantha占卜的不信任。
△看完了全部的留言,Samantha 背靠著椅子,閉上了雙眼,雙手撫上了她的眼簾,並嘆了口氣。

Samantha:我到底在做什麼?

△Samantha笑出了聲音,關上了筆電,走出了客廳。

內景 夜 Samantha的房間
人:占卜師Samantha
△浴室裡傳來梳洗的聲響,水聲停止。
△Samantha從浴室裡走了出來,身上包裹著浴巾,頭髮還未乾仍溼答答的滴著水。
△Samantha躺在了床上,呆呆的看著天花板。

Samantha:我失敗了呢,失敗了。

△Samantha翻了個身,側躺著,眼睛仍看著前方。
△窗外的燈火仍然閃耀著。
△Samantha抬手按了牆上的開關,燈熄了。

內景 日 Samantha家的客廳
人:占卜師Samantha,好友唐涵
△陽光灑進了客廳,照亮了整個房間。
△微微開啟的窗口,徐徐的風吹了進來。
△沙發上坐著兩個女人,矮桌上擺著一壺冒著煙的熱茶以及一些小點心。

Samantha:我還是要持續我原本的職業。
唐涵:妳說什麼?

△Samantha笑而不答,拿起了馬克杯喝了一口茶,並拿起一旁的書本看了起來。
△見Samantha沒有要回答的意思,唐涵看了她一眼,也拿起的馬克杯並雙手捧著。

唐涵:妳確定妳要這樣做嗎?

△Samantha看了唐涵一眼,點了點頭。

唐涵:妳不後悔就好啦!雖然我覺得這樣……

△Samantha挑了一下眉,示意唐涵說下去。

唐涵:沒事,反正你自己斟酌點就好了,我想我說再多也沒用。

△Samantha點了點頭,吃起了桌上的餅乾,翻著書。
△唐涵看了看Samantha,也拿起了一塊餅乾。

唐涵:唉唉,妳戴一下那個影型眼鏡給我看好不好?
Samantha:哪個?
唐涵:就那個戴起來和瞎子很像的那副啊!
Samantha:喔,等等我去帶給妳看。

△Samantha起身走進了房間。
△拿起了放置在梳妝台上的一副影型眼鏡,轉開並戴上。
△鏡子裡的Samantha看起來沒什麼不同,唯一不同的是她的雙眼。
△Samantha的眼睛彷彿有一層白色的薄膜覆蓋著,她眨了眨眼睛,對著鏡子笑了一下,並走出了房間。

Samantha:好了。
唐涵:我看我看!

△唐涵起身走到Samantha前面,看著她的雙眼。

唐涵:我的天啊!…妳這樣不會不舒服嗎?
Samantha:不會啊!這就跟平常戴的影型眼鏡一樣,只是它白色的。
唐涵:太神奇了!

△唐涵目不轉睛的盯著那雙朦朧的眼珠,雙手撫上了Samantha的雙眼。

唐涵:好吧!我想妳這樣是不成問題了啦!……太酷了!(小聲)

△Samantha笑了笑,眼珠子轉了一圈。

內景 日 老婆婆的家中
人:占卜師Samantha,客戶A老婆婆
△一間充滿著溫馨氣息的木屋裡。
△Samantha坐在餐桌旁,桌上擺著她的塔羅牌。
△老婆婆走近餐桌,把水杯放在了桌上,並拉起Samantha的手,指引她摸到杯子。

Samantha:謝謝。
老婆婆:不客氣,來到這裡很辛苦吧?妳先休息一下再算也沒關西。

△Samantha喝著水,點了點頭。

內景 日 黑道大哥辦公室內
人:占卜師Samantha,客戶B黑道大哥,手下們
△煙霧迷漫著整間房子。
△房間內隨處可見到毒品槍枝的存在。
△Samantha仍是面不改色的坐在黑道大哥的對面。
△黑道大哥手拿著雪茄,看了一眼Samantha,指示手下都出去。

黑道大哥:……妳不會多嘴吧?

△Samantha輕笑出聲,抬起頭用那對不上焦的雙眼,看著黑道大哥。

Samantha:大哥,我不知道你是誰。

△黑道大哥看著Samantha混濁的眼睛,慢慢的說出了他的問題。

內景 日 飯店
人:占卜師Samantha,客戶C 名模,經紀人
△Samantha來到了一間飯店。
△飯店的大廳裡,有位貌似經紀人的人站在那,他看見了Samantha後便向她走去。

經紀人:妳是Samantha吧?我帶妳上去。
Samantha:好的,麻煩你了。

△經紀人領著Samantha進到電梯裡,按下25樓。
△出了電梯後,經紀人帶著Samantha來到了一間房間,打開了門,經紀人讓Samantha進去後,便關上了房門。
△Samantha呆站在門口,看見房內到處都是凌亂的衣服扔在地上。

名模:Samantha?我在這……喔對!我忘記妳看不見(小聲)我過去帶妳!

△從房間內走出一位身材高挑的女人,披散著長髮,身穿著輕便的長板T-shirt,完全看不出她是螢幕上光鮮亮麗的名模。
△名模帶著Samantha跨過了地上零散的衣服,走進一旁的小型客廳。

內景 日 Samantha家的客廳
人:占卜師Samantha,好友唐涵
△畫面回到了Samantha家。

唐涵:……原來妳已經做過幾次生意了?
Samantha:對啊!

△Samantha摸了摸她的眼睛,接著說。

Samantha:人啊……對於比自己弱小的人會給予憐憫同情,看吧!知道我是個瞎子,他們都毫不保留的展現出他們的真實。
唐涵:妳喔……還是自己小心為妙啦!
Samantha:好啦!我待會要出去買個東西喔。
唐涵:好啊,需要我載你去嗎?
Samantha:不用了,我自己去就好。
唐涵:那好吧,我在家等妳喔!晚上一起去吃飯。
Samantha:OK!

△唐涵目送Samantha離開。

外景 傍晚 街道上
人:占卜師Samantha,路人
△Samantha走在街道了,手持著導盲杖,來到了路口的斑馬線前。
△旁邊的路人看見Samantha,便走上前主動要帶Samantha過馬路。
△Samantha笑著道謝,便讓路人帶著她過走過斑馬線。

內景 日 高級大廈
人:占卜師Samantha,客戶D,警衛
△Samantha來到了一棟頗為高級的大廈,而且門禁森嚴,這是她這次客戶的家。
△和警衛打聲招呼後,Samantha進到電梯裡,按下20樓,轉過身看著電梯裡鏡子中的自己。
△「叮」!20樓到了,Samantha來到了一戶人家,按了門鈴。
△開門的是位長相斯文的男子,他看見Samantha後笑了一下,便領著Samantha進到屋內。

內景 日 斯文男子家中
人:占卜師Samantha,客戶D斯文男子,迷樣女子
△男子帶著Samantha來到了客廳。
△Samantha進到房子內便在偷偷的觀察著,經過客廳時,她看見了一名臉色驚慌且被捆綁的女子坐在沙發上,身上可見到血跡的蹤影。
△迷樣女子看見了Samantha和男子,眼睛睜得大大的,用那被膠帶貼住的嘴發出細微的聲音。

Samantha:請問,這裡還有其他人在嗎?

△聽見Samantha的聲音,男子回頭看著Samantha後又看了眼迷樣女子。

男子:沒有,我剛剛電視沒有關掉。

△男子說完後,繼續領著Samantha來到一間小房間。
△Samantha在房間裡的小桌子旁坐下。

男子:我去幫妳倒杯水,妳先等一下。

△Samantha見男子走後,從包包裡拿出她的塔羅牌。
△在攤開牌的同時,Samantha再次觀察了她所在的地方。
△那是間設計簡單的書房,書架上擺滿了書籍。
△擺好了塔羅牌,Samantha便等待著男子。
△時鐘滴滴答答的走著,就這麼過了五分鐘。
△Samantha驚覺她待在這個房間有段時間了,她開始緊張了。
△男子走出書房後,一直遲遲還沒回來。

Samantha(os):冷靜點,他應該沒發現的,之前的客戶都沒察覺到,這次也一樣……沙發上那個被捆綁的女人是誰?……他不是去倒杯水而已嗎怎麼還沒回來?冷靜,Samantha妳需要冷靜點,他也許去弄些點心來,等等算完就可以走人了,再等一下就好……他回來了。

△男子此時站在Samantha的背後。

Samantha(os):他回來了,別緊張。

△男子拿著一把裝了滅音器的手槍,對準Samantha的後腦。

Samantha(os):不要轉頭,Samantha妳是個瞎子,不會知道背後有什麼的,放輕鬆點,摸一下牌吧,妳是來算命的。

△房間裡非常的安靜,連一點時鐘的滴答聲都沒有。
△此時,Samantha撫過桌上的牌組,從容不迫的樣子。
△Samantha摸著其中一張牌,翻了開來。
△逆位的世界牌。
△悄悄的看了一眼,摸著牌上的點字,Samantha閉上了雙眼。
△「砰」!畫面黑
-完-…...

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