As categorias foram: Roteiros Adaptados, Roteiros Originais, Roteiros Brasileiros, Roteiros de Documentário e O Roteiro da Década. Segue a última parte, o Roteiro da Década:
O ROTEIRO DA DÉCADA
ADAPTATION, de Charlie Kaufman & Donald Kaufman, baseado no livro "The Orchid Thief" de Susan Orlean. (2002) Premiado: BAFTA Film Award; Golden Satellite Award; BSFC Award; Critics Choice Award; COFCA Award; CFCA Award; Chlotrudis Audience Award; FFCC Award; NBR Award; NYFCC Award; OFCS Award; Literary Award; SDFCS Award; SEFCA Award; TFCA Award; Indicado: USC Scripter Award; WGA Award; Oscar; Golden Globe; ALFS Award; PFCS Award;
Por ser um roteiro original, adaptado e baseado em fatos reais. Por ser escrito por um consagrado roteirista e seu irmão imaginário. Por ser literalmente uma aula de roteiro. Pela presença de Robert Mckee como personagem. Por estes e outros motivos, ADAPTAÇÃO é o Roteiro da Década.
(...) INT. L.A. BUSINESS LUNCH RESTAURANT - MIDDAY Kaufman, wearing his purple sweater sans tags, sits with Valerie, an attractive woman in wire-rim glasses. They pick at salads. Kaufman steals glances at her lips, her hair, her breasts. She looks up at him. He blanches, looks away. KAUFMAN (V.O.) I'm old. I'm bald. I'm repulsive. VALERIE We think you're just great. (CONTINUED) 4. CONTINUED: KAUFMAN (with studied modesty) Oh, thank you. Valerie absently rubs her nose. Kaufman self-consciously rubs his nose in response. VALERIE And we're thrilled you're interested. Valerie rubs her nose again. Kaufman pulls at his nostril. A rivulet of sweat slides down his forehead. Valerie watches it. Kaufman sees her watching it. She sees him seeing her watching it. She looks at her salad. He quickly swabs. KAUFMAN Oh, thanks, wow. That's nice to hear. VALERIE You have a really unique voice. KAUFMAN Well, thanks. That's... I appreciate that. VALERIE Very talented. Really. KAUFMAN Thanks. Thank you. Thanks. VALERIE (looking up) So -- Kaufman's brow is dripping again. He smiles, embarrassed. KAUFMAN Sort of hot in here. VALERIE (kindly) Yeah, it is a bit. So, why don't you tell me your thoughts on this crazy little project of ours. In one motion, Kaufman swabs his forehead and pulls a book entitled The Orchid Thief from his bag. KAUFMAN First, I think it's a great book. (CONTINUED) 5. CONTINUED: (2) VALERIE Laroche is a fun character, isn't he? Kaufman nods, flips through the book, stalling. There's a smiling author photo of Susan Orlean on the inside back cover. KAUFMAN And Orlean makes orchids so fascinating. Plus her musings on Florida, orchid poaching. Indians. Great, sprawling New Yorker stuff. I'd want to remain true to that, let the movie exist rather than be artificially plot driven. VALERIE Okay, great, great. I guess I'm not exactly sure what that means. KAUFMAN Oh. Well... I'm not sure exactly yet either. So... y'know, it's... VALERIE Oh. Okay. Great. So, um, what -- KAUFMAN It's just, I don't want to compromise by making it a Hollywood product. An orchid heist movie. Or changing the orchids into poppies and turning it into a movie about drug running. Y'know? VALERIE Oh, of course. We agree. Definitely. KAUFMAN Or cramming in sex, or car chases, or guns. Or characters learning profound life lessons. Or characters growing or characters changing or characters learning to like each other or characters overcoming obstacles to succeed in the end. Y'know? Movie shit. Kaufman is sweating like crazy now. Valerie is quiet for a moment. VALERIE See, we thought maybe Susan Orlean and Laroche could fall in love during the course of -- (CONTINUED) 6. CONTINUED: (3) KAUFMAN Alienated journalist writes about passionate backwoods guy and he teaches her to love. I mean, it didn't happen, it wouldn't happen. It's Hollywood. (...)