And in case it was lost on you, that's me being sarcastic and attempting to point out that it you are not the intended recipient, then it's still not okay for you to have the script. The Agency is the only entity that appears to have had the right to hold the script. Once the Agency gave it to someone else, even if it was for a business purpose, that person had no right to give it to you. There's probably a disclaimer page right at the front of the script that says something about "intended recipient" or some such thing. Every script I've ever had has one.
I see. So downloading a pirated film isn't really illegal, right? If you aren't the one that actually had access to the product and uploaded it, then you're just using the resource that's already there. You, the downloader (recipient) aren't doing anything illegal, the person passing it on was. No such thing as receipt of stolen goods. Got it. Good to know. Carry on.
You (illegally) obtained a (stolen) (draft) copy of the script and have painstakingly inserted your own interpretations of what was written in the illegally obtained stolen draft into an article that says a lot about nothing.