I can’t draw but maybe someone can try and illustrate this. Just an idea.
INT. BEDROOM – DAY
A YOUNG BOY is lying in bed, covers pulled up to his nose, watching his DAD put on his HAT and leave, a cigarette fuming in his hand. The words in the caption come out of the smoke and spread across the room until they fade away.
CAPTION: I forgive you. Your choice to be absent in my youth is a reflection of you, not me.
INT. DIFFERENT BEDROOM/SAME SHOT - DAY
An OLD MAN is lying in bed. His ADULT SON is sitting next to him, helping him place an AEROSOL MASK on his face. The vapors that leave the mask turn into the words in the caption.
CAPTION: I forgive you, because you need this more now than I needed you then.
Created: Jun 06, 2017Ines_Reis Document Media