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Ultra low-budget Drama
Tagline: Passengers aren't the only ones who need a lift.
Theme: Take time to reach out to those in need.
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Ryan White returns home after his wife's funeral. He tries to find someone to talk to about his grief, but no one is available.
Ryan goes to work as an on-demand driver (similar to “Uber” or “Lyft”). He tries to talk to his customers about his grief, but they either don’t care or they have their own problems.
Ryan picks up a businesswoman named Sunshine Sanders. He breaks down and cries. She wants to talk to him about his grief, but her life is falling apart, so she doesn't think she can give counsel to anyone, and she's in a rush for a big dinner meeting with a big potential client. She eventually agrees to talk to him. They bond as they talk. She briefly tells him about the problems in her life.
Ryan drops Sunshine off at the restaurant for her big dinner meeting. They exchange contact information so they can stay in contact.
Later that night, Ryan gets a call from Sunshine. She tells him she signed the client. She thanks him for the lift to the big dinner meeting. He tells her, “I was the one who needed a lift."
Other Details: 2 major characters, 4 minor characters, and most of the story takes place inside of a car.
Photo of driver by JÉSHOOTS (used with permission through Pexels.com).