Thursday, June 2, 2011

Time Enough For Love

A passage from She by James J Caterino

From page 204 of Chapter 38 Time Enough for Love

I see Corrina running down the hill to the scene, and I move
in on her and follow her in a moving medium dolly shot. I move
in for a close-up as she approaches the smoking pile of wreckage.
Corrina reaches into the twisted metal and ever-so-gently
pulls out the lifeless form of my thirteen year-old self. A river of
blood is pouring from my left leg. Corrina takes out a silk handkerchief
and ties it into a makeshift tourniquet around my leg.
The bleeding stops. She brings her mouth down onto mine and
begins to perform CPR. There is such a grace to her movement,
such an inherent compassion to her heroic actions, such a delicate
purpose to her touch.
A few moments later the magic of her breath brings me back
to life.
I hear the frantic footsteps of someone pounding across the
pavement. It must be the mysterious other. I try to move the
camera. I try to pull back and get a wide-angle shot.
But I can’t.
Something is happening.
A jolt of electricity fires into my brain again.
There is a flash of white, a rush of sound. I feel the window
around me close.
The journey ends. I am back in the Chamber now, sprawled
out on the hard wood floor. I struggle to wake myself up. Valerie
and Angela are lying at my side in a dazed state of semi-consciousness.
I fight to clear the brain cloud that is warping all of
my senses. I look up and see the silhouette of a menacing figure
looming in the doorway.
It is Doctor K.

Read more and find out what happens when obsessive filmmaker JC Pezzini  finally breaks the barriers of time and space and uncovers a forbidden mystery from the past.

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