An oddball trio of friends; the insecure bride-to-be, a snarky cross-dresser, and a not-so-dumb blonde set out to prove the groom-to-be is innocent of embezzling from a foreign embassy. They battle a high-rise fire, bosses, bitchy salesgirls and an jerky ambassador. The friends must overcome their own problems in order to save their friendship, the groom and the wedding.The Embassy Job is a screenplay, meaning it has been written with the goal of having it produced as a movie. You read it much as you would a play. The action lines go to the margins, telling you where and what is happening. Dialog between the characters is in the middle of the page.Not every single detail of the scene or action is written out. This is done with the intent of letting the director and actors bring some of their own interpretation to how the story is portrayed. The fun part for you as a text reader of this movie is that you can make it look and sound however you want in your head. It's movie night in your cranium, have fun.