Notes on Chanel: A Conversation with Coco

So Mrs. Coco–

C: Uh uh uh, call me C, and leave it at that.

Med: Uh, sure. So C?

C: Too much. Stop talking…

Med: I’ll just write the notes…


Opens with Ext. — Country Side of France — A Country Boarding House

A big building, reminiscent of Charles X’s School for Gifted Students.

Int. — A Skeleton Keyhole

Eye peers inside it. Cut to Little Coco, 10 yeas old, staring thru the hole. Inside, a small bedroom. Her older Sister, Bigger Coco, Stands nude with corset on.

Title Card: “1892, Southern Tip of France”, dissolve: “The Countryside…”

A man pulls loose her corset, one lace at a time. As the corset falls, we see her sister nude. Very cute butt. Her back is to our heroine’s POV. A deep breath. As Little Coco peers on, a man’s hand caresses bigger Chanel’s cheek, drawing his hand slowly down her face to her neck, then shoulder, then back.

More deep breaths. No music, almost silent. A whisper:

Please don’t.

slam: big coco thrown on bed. The man draws down his pants. A heavier breath. He goes for the plunge!

Just then:

Governess: What do you think you’re doing Missy?

Little Coco turns in horror:

Slam Cut: Int. — French Class– A book drops in a classroom.

Heavy sound.

On blackboard is words written in french. At the head is our evil Mrs. Head Governess, standing with long pointer stick. She slaps the stick against the board. Now, repeat after me…

Coco sits there stunned…



About Michael Medlen

My name is Michael and during my free time I avoid having a day job. Strangely enough, this gives me the freedom to run this blog. I write just about anything that can be considered art. I also occasionally post articles that may or may not be relevant to the theme of this site. You’ve been warned.
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