INT. A SCRUFFY INDIE CLUB
OLD STE is at the bar in a tiny indie music venue with his friend, SLIGHTLY OLDER KIERON, played by JEAN RENO. The venue is tiny and unkempt, but warmly decorated, and covered in single-colour posters advertising forthcoming attractions. None of the attractions sound very attractive. SLIGHTLY OLDER KIERON wears a black leather trenchcoat and a garish Hawaiian shirt. OLD STE’s jeans are scruffy. His t-shirt has Girls Aloud on the front. On the PA, Tatu’s cover of – how serendipitous – How Soon Is Now fuzzes across, played by an indie-pop savant DJ.
We see some mood-setting shots of the clientele, Bath’s typically provincial and typically subdued indie-set: balding aging rockers, too-young girls in too-cute t-shirts, boys
who dance badly to Belle and Sebastian. The club is sparsely populated, and when they’ve got their drinks OLD STE and SLIGHTLY OLDER KIERON head upstairs. The music fades to the background as they move away from the stage, and the pair find a booth.
OLD STE idly picks at the label on an alcopop.
SLIGHTLY OLDER KIERON
The chasing thing.
Linked from Ste Curran's Webjournal. Been up there for ages, but didn't realise that there was a click-through link to the film script, which I quote from above.
Help him find Hobum, somebody. Before it's too late.