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INT. FIRST DEPOSITION ROOM - DAY




EDUJARDO

MARK

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JENNY

CHRIS

ALICE

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INT. SECOND DEPOSITION ROOM - DAY

EDUARDO

GAGE

TNT. SECOND DEPOSITION ROOM DAY

73.

EDUARDO

MARK

EDUARDO

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MARK

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EDUARDO

YOU KNOW---

MARK

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72.

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MARX

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LOOK--

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We don't even know what it is yet. We

don't know what it is, what it can be,

what it will be. We know it'•s cool,

that's a -priceless asset and we're not

giving it up.

EDUARDO is sitting at MARK's desk and he's seen something

sitting on top of a pile of'books.,,

 

Mark, what is this?

 

What,

EDUARDO holds up a letter that's on a lawyer's stationary.

 

This,

 

I think it's called a cease and desist

letter. What were their names?

 

Who?

 

The girls.

EDUARDO's speed reading the letter.

 

 

When did you get this?

 

About 10 days ago. Right after we

launched the site.

 

Jesus Christ.

 

I liked th shorter one.

 

They're saying--the Winklevoss twins are

saying you stole their idea.

 

I find that to be mildly annoying.

 

They find it to be property theft. Why--

 



 

 

--why didn't you show this to me?

 

It was addressed to me.

 

They're saying we stole theFacebook from

Divya Narendra and the Wink—

 

I know what it says.

 

 

(PAUSE)

Did we?

 

What?

 

Please don't screw around with me now.

 

I'm not.

 

Look at me.

 

What are you, my mother?

 

 

The letter says we could face legal

action.

 

No, it says I could face legal action.

 

It's from a lawyer, Mark. They must feel

they have some grounds for--

 

The lawyer is their father's house

counsel, I checked it out, they're not,

 

 

Do they have grounds?

 

Yes, the grounds are theFacebook is cool.

and popular and sexy and

HarvardConnection is lame. I didn't use

any of their code, I didn't use anything.

A guy who builds a really nice chair

doesn.'t owe money to everyone who,,, ever

built a chair. Th ey came to me with an

idea, I had a better one.

 

Why didn't you show me the letter?

 

I didn't think. it was a big deal..

 

If there's' something wrong--if there's

ever anything wrong--you can tell me. I'm

the guy who can help.

 

(PAUSE) -

Is there anything you need to tell me?

 

No,

 

What are we doing about this?

 

I went to a 3-L at Student Legal services

and he told me to write them back.

 

What did you say?

 

CUT TO:

 

 

 

 

(READING)

"When we met in January, I expressed my

doubts about the site--where it stood

with graphics, how much programming was

left that I had not anticipated--

 

CUT TO:

 

INT. MARK'S DORM ROOM - NIGHT

 

 

 

(READING)

"---the lack of hardware we had to deal

with, the lack of promotion that was

needed to successfully launch the website--

 

CUT TO:

 

 

 

 

(READING)

"--etc." This was the first time you

raised any of those concerns, right?

 

I'd raised concerns before.

 

DIVYA/TYLER

Bullshit./Not to us.

 

 

(QUIETING)

Fellas.

(back to MARK)

I'm talking about at the meeting in

January to which this letter is

referring.

 

Yeah.

 

Let me re-phrase this. You sent my

clients 32 e-mails. In the first 31, you

didn't raise any concerns.

 

 

(BEAT)

Is that a question?

 

 

In the 32nd e-mail you raised concerns

about the site's functionality. Were you

leading them on for six weeks?

 

No.

 

Why hadn't you raised any of these--

 

 

(QUIETLY)

It's snowing.

 

I'm sorry?

 

It just started snowing.

 

Mr. Zuckerberg, do I have your full

attention?

 

No.

 

 

(BEAT)

Do you think I deserve it?

 

What.

 

Do you think I deserve your full

attention?

 

I had to swear an oath before we began

the deposition phase and I don't want to

get arrested for perjury so I have a

legal obligation to say no.

 

Okay. "No" you don't think I deserve your

attention.

 

I think if your clients want to stand on

my shoulders and call themselves tall

they have a right to give it a try. But

there's no requirement that I enjoy being

here listening to people lie. You have

part of my attention--the minimum amount

needed.

 

(MORE)

 

 

MARK (CONT'D)

The rest of my attention is back at the

offices of Facebook where my employees

and I are doing things that no one in

this room, including and especially your

clients, are intellectually or creatively

capable of doing. Did I adequately answer

your condescending question?

GAGE just looks casually at MARK. MARK doesn't meet his gaze,

or the looks from DIVYA, TYLER and CAMERON...

 

 

(BEAT)

I've got 12:45. Why don't we.say that's

lunch.

 

Back at 2:30?

 

Good.

Everyone gets np and we

 

CUT TO:

 

INT. MARK'S DORM ROOM -• NIGHT

 

EDUARDO puts the letter back on. the desk and looks at MARK...

 

 

(PAUSE)

Their names were Jenny and Alice- They

want to have drinks tonight.

 

CUT TO:

 

INT. MEN'S ROOM - NIGHT

 

It's a nice men's room--mahopny stalls--in a nice club in

Cambridge. We HEAR the thumping of the house music coming from

the club.

And then one of the wooden stall doors flies open and EDUARDO

is shoved in, followed by JENNY, who did the shoving. She's

all over him as she presses him back against the divider.

EDUARDO's hands are sliding under JENNY'S white shirt and

finding the red bra when they hear a noise.

Someone's gone into the next stall.

 

 

(WHISPERING)

Shit.

 

 

 

(WHISPERING)

I don't care.

JENNY keeps him pinned against the divider as she reaches down

and unbuckles his belt.

 

(quietly--nervous).

Oh God.

 

 

(WHISPERING)

That's right.

And then he hears another noise from the stall next door. A

thump against the divider. JENNY's got his fly unzipped.

EDUARDO looks down at the space between the stalls. He sees a

pair of Adidas flip-flops.

Then the sound of moaning, Before EDUARDO has time to say

anything, JENNY pulls her shirt open, revealing the red bra,

and puts her hand down his pants as we

 

CUT TO:

 

INT. CLUB/MEN'S ROOM - NIGHT

 

MARK and EDUARDO are standing guard outside the door. They're

silent but very happy.

A guy comes along to use the men's room.

 

Sorry. It'll just be a minute. Some girls

are freshening up in there.

 

(nodding a little)

Sweet.

The guy goes off...

 

 

(PAUSE)

Mark.

 

(BEAT)

We have groupies.

MARK can't help a smile. Then he sees something...

 

I'll be right back.

 

Where you going?

 

MARK makes his way through the crowd toward a round booth. A

girl is sitting there and even though her back is to MARK he

can recognize her. She's with a girlfriend and three guys.

When he makes it to the booth he says--

 

Erica?

ERICA, from the opening scene, turns her head and looks up to

see MARK. She's looking sexy for her Friday ni.ght on the town

and the three guys she's with are studs. A few more friends of

theirs are standing around at the edges of the booth.

 

 

(PAUSE)

Hi Mark.

 

I saw you from over there. I didn't know

you came to this club a lot.

 

It's my first time.

 

Mine too. It's not bad. It's not. great.

The music's kind of lame. Could I talk to

you alone for a second?

 

I think I'm good right here.

 

okay.

MARK is aware of everyone else around the booth.

 

MARK (CONT'D)

 

(BEAT)

I don't know if you heard about this new

website I launched.

 

No.

 

ThePacebook?

 

You called me a bitch on the internet,

Mark.

 

I'm really sorry about that.

 

 

On the internet.

 

That's why I came over.

 

comparing women to farm animals?

 

I didn't end up doing that.

 

It didn't stop you from writing it. As if

every thought that tumbles through your

head is so clever it would be a crime for

it not to be published. The internet's

not written in pencil, Mark, it's written

in ink and you published that Erica

Albright was a bitch.

 

(BEAT)

Right before you made some ignorant crack

about my family's name, published my bra

size and then rated women-based on their

hotness. Why don't you say it to me now,

why don't say it to my face?

 

I don't want to.

 

REGGIE (A FRIEND OF ERICA'S)

Erica, is there a problem?

 

No, there's no problem.

 

(PAUSE)

You're not a real person, Mark. You write

your bullshit from a dark room because

you're a failure at human contact. I

liked you and I was nice to you.

 

 

(PAUSE)

I came over to say I was sorry for all

that and to see if there was any chance--

 

I don't want to be rude to my fxiends, I

should be talking to them.

 

Okay.

 

Hey Mark. A year from now you won't

remember this conversation and you won't

remember me.

 

'79 .

 

I think you're wrong.

 

Well... listen, good luck with your video

game.

It was an honest mistake on ERICA's part but a kidney punch to

 

 

 

(BEAT)

Okay.

MARK turns and goes and sees that EDUARDO has been standing at

and watching from a distance with JENNY.

 

That was cool, you did good. You talked

to her, that was the right thing to do.

 

(BEAT)

It was good, Mark.

 

 

(IGNORING HIM)

We have to expand.

 

(over the music)

What?

 

We have to expand.

And MARK heads out the door.

EDUARDO watches MARK and then looks back at the girls and

answers the un-asked question--

 

 

(BEAT)

I don't know.

 

Is he mad about something?

 

CUT TO:

 

INT. MARK'S DORM ROOM - NIGHT

 

The door closes behind DUSTIN MOSKOWITZ and CHRIS HUGHES. MARK

and EDUARDO are waiting and JENNY and ALICE are sitting on the

bed. Everyone's got a beer.

Once the door is closed--

 

 

We're expanding theFacebook to Yale and

Columbia. Dustin, I want you to share. the

coding work with me. Chris, you're going

to be in charge. of publicity and

outreach. You can start by getting a

story about the expansion in the B.U.

student newspaper.

 

They hate doing stories about Harvard.

 

Somebody at the newspaper will be a

computer science major and they will have

heard of me. Tell 'em Mark Zuckerberg

will do 10 hours of free programming for

theno .

 

Why do you want a story in the B.U.---

 

Because I do. Here's the business

arrangement. Eduardo's CFO and owns 30%

of the company, Dustin's Vice President

and Head of Programming and his 5% of the

company will come from my end. Chris is

Director of Publicity and his

compensation will depend on the amount of

work he ends up doing. Any questions?

 

Who are the girls?

 

Jenny and Alice,

 

 

 

 

 

Is there anything we can do?

 

No. That's it. Yale and Columbia, let's

go.

 

And Stanford.

 

What?

 

Stanford. Its time for them to see this

in Palo Alto.

 

CUT TO:

 

 

MARK is sitting alone in the now empty room. There's a

computer on a table in the corner and MARK makes a few

keystrokes and then reads the screen.

MARYLIN, the young lawyer we met early on, comes in with a

plastic salad container in her hand and sits at the far end of

the table from MARK, who doesn't acknowledge her.

 





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