Hi Patrice, welcome to Simplyscripts.
The good news is that I think this is a good story. The premise is quite chilling.
The bad news is that you haven't learnt the way that screenplays are written yet. It's an audio/visual medium which means that you have to write only what we can see and hear, as though we were watching on a TV screen.
"Born in 1882,73 year old Edna Young is Matriarch of her
family. She and her husband, William, are the last living of
the old plantation South. Edna came into her small fortune
when she and William where sharecropping on a former slave
owners plantation. The plantation owner’s wife killed her
abusive husband and Edna helped her bury the body. The Woman
purchased the home Edna lives in and gave it along with $500
dollars to keep Edna silent. Edna took the money and started
her own small hair salon. Women, black and white, flocked
from everywhere to get their hair done up at Edna’s Place.
Edna, now semi-retired, has since turned control over to her
youngest child, Helen. "
You can't give out information like the above in the way you can with novels. You either have to show us...the action happens on screen. Or you have to tell us in dialogue.
We call the above "unfilmable".
You have to write in the action lines only what we see on screen.http://thestorydepartment.com/ten-format-mistakes/