1 - Outside shot of a shack in the middle of nowhere. The shack's lights are on. A beat up car is parked outside.
BOZO (from inside shack): Do you know what people generally think when they first see me?
2 - Inside shot. The shack is old and messy and the light is scattered. A huge guy stands showing off an even bigger gun on his hip. It's some type of ridiculous machine gun, way bigger than anyone would really ever need. It's got a big stock, an even bigger barrel, and so on and so forth. It should be rendered just barely on the serious size of ridiculously large. This guy is Bozo, a mercenary type character who might have a few screws loose. He gets his name from the old school hockey mask he's wearing that's painted to look like a clown (either like the Joker's in The Dark Knight or similar to a stylized Juggalo). Bozo looks towards the reader.
BOZO: "That maniac's gun is huge!"
3 - Bozo feigns hurt body language - he looks to the side, places a hand over his heart. He also lowers the gun to take some of the emphasis away from it.
BOZO: It's kind of hurtful, you know?
4 - Bozo points enthusiastically at the reader's direction, where the off-panel voice is presumably coming from.
OFF-PANEL VOICE: mmrrf!
5 - Bozo holds his gun tenderly.
BOZO: It's so reductive. As if this baby is all there is to me.
6 - Bozo puts the gun down on a table beside him. He moves closer to the reader. While he's wearing a mask, it appears as if he's either getting happier or more serious.
BOZO: But I'm so much more than some maniac with a big gun
7 - Move the camera out a bit and switch the angle slightly to reveal that Bozo has a hostage tied up to a chair. Bozo kneels right in front of the hostage at face level. He holds a big knife to the hostage's neck, drawing some blood. The hostage tries to move away. The hostage is crying.
BOZO: I have a big knife, too.