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Excellent Decision![edit | edit source]

Now the first three frames are

Fade In SBTDSChooseTSB1f.jpg Cut To SBTDSChooseTSB1b.jpg Dolly Out SBTDSChooseTSB1c.jpg

Special Note:[edit | edit source]

You have cross the line!!! When you dollied out, you crossed the imaginary line between the Young Person and the Old Person. That means you must stay on this side of the line (away from the poster) for the rest of the movie unless you move the camera during a shot to the other side of this imaginary line. You have made a major decision… probably without even knowing it. This will effect the entire rest of the movie.

The Script[edit | edit source]

EXTERIOR - The local movie theater - NIGHT

(1) The Young Person and Old Person stand looking at the movie poster outside the theater.

Next Frame?[edit | edit source]

You have a choice of how you can show the poster.

REPtsb2.jpg

Option A
You can dolly dolly back (out) to show the back side of the Young Person and the Old Person while the theme of Star Wars plays.

REPtsb1.jpg

Option B
After holding for three seconds while the theme of Star Wars play, you can cut to a front view of the Young Person and the Old Person.

SBTDSChooseTSB1d.jpg

Option C
After holding for three seconds while the theme of Star Wars play, you can cut to a front view of the Young Person.

SBTDSChooseTSB1a.jpg

Option D
After holding for three seconds while the theme of Star Wars play, you can cut back to the opening shot.

Now Decide![edit | edit source]

Blanktsb.jpg

  • Select either option A or B or C or D



If you change your mind, you can go back to the previous page




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