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Wed, Jun. 10th, 2009 | 03:45 pm  slavezombie


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I spent all day trying to figure out a way to transfer a document from one computer to another without hooking them up by USB cable, memory stick, firewire, etc. It's not easy considering I refuse to do this by sending myself an e-mail with said files attached. It seems I have no alternative however, as uploading the file to a secure folder in my personal web page distorts the headers so that the document is no longer recognized by the software. It's just as well, because the document in question is so cluttered with sure to be edited scenes, I would've been in lost as to where to begin this process of jumping from act one to act two. Having the premise of the story well embedded in my memory, I decided to hash out this rough index where I can insert more descriptive compositions.


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Act One's Conflict moves us into the next Act or Final Conflict by: Recipe to rumble

gather a group of friends to enjoy a bar-b-que


buy three pounds of salmon
prepare a marinade of olive oil, onions, lemon juice, and laurel leaves. Let fish soak at room temperature for one hour. When ready, stick bare hand into plastic bag containing marinade and fish. Place fish on grill. Cook. Rinse hands in water. Do not wash with soap.

After bar-b-que, wash hands thoroughly. Wait one or two days for rash on fists that will assist in bashing heads in for rumble.

The following item(s) have to happen in Act One:

Instruction for how to prepare oneself to rumble

Sequence One's Opening Hook: The death scene; think "Closer" when Alice is run over by a cab

Sequence One moves the story forward in the following manner: She ends up in the hospital while flirting with a total stranger

Sequence One's Ending Hook: She moves in with the guy who accompanied her to the hospital


Death scene

This is revisited in the third act, so it's fair to say that the entire movie runs somewhat backwards until the beginning is reached.

This Scene introduces the following new Conflict: We don't really see a fully defined death scene. We revisit this scene in the third act to obtain a better perspective of the tragedy.

The Conflict introduced in this Scene is between the following Characters:

Sequence Two's Opening Hook: break up

Sequence Two moves the story forward in the following manner: We don't understand how or why the break up occurred


Sequence Two's Ending Hook: We are led to believe that we are now viewing scenes in real time, as opposed to backwards

flashback scene

This Scene introduces the following new Conflict: We cannot discern what is happening except the obvious split-up of a two lovers

The Conflict introduced in this Scene is between the following Characters:

Sequence Three's Opening Hook: foreplay


melancholy scene

This point in the story should give some clue that the protagonist is reviewing his past in an ascending order. It is our nature of thought that questions why things happen the way they do that leads the protagonist to remember the most recent event first, then think back to an early memory bite containing related subject matter.

Sequence Four's Opening Hook: dating

Dating scene

This Scene introduces the following new Conflict: The unusual epithet of switched roles in dating where it is the boy who doesn't seek physical foreplay so much as togetherness, and the girl, whether it is because she may be experiencing monthly womanly pains, wishes the playfulness would escelate

The Conflict introduced in this Scene is between the following Characters:


Sequence Five's Opening Hook: courage

Sequence Five moves the story forward in the following manner: Boy says "hi"

happenstance scene

This Scene introduces the following new Conflict: Although it's impossible to say what impels Bier to say "Hello" to her, this is truly where our story begins.

The Conflict introduced in this Scene is between the following Characters:


Sequence Six's Opening Hook: Stalking

stalking scene

This Scene introduces the following new Conflict: Never revealing his feeling for her, Bier falls for a girl from school he knows nothing about. Unable to hold in his emotions, he finally cracks and asks his friends if they know who the unknown girl is whom meets his eyes during lunch break at school. With the bits of information he gathers from different people, he begins to stalk her.

The Conflict introduced in this Scene is between the following Characters: Selma, Bier

Sequence Seven's Opening Hook: The beginning


Sequence Seven moves the story forward in the following manner: This is where boy sees girl, as opposed to boy meets girl

Sequence Seven's Ending Hook: love at first site

scoping scene

This Scene introduces the following new Conflict: The harangue of a student's life starting a new school finds a group of friends hanging out with little to nothing to talk about. It is at this hang-out where Bier spots a girl who catches him looking her way.

The Conflict introduced in this Scene is between the following Characters:


Sequence Eight's Opening Hook: The daydreamer constantly

Sequence Eight moves the story forward in the following manner: We're shocked to see what the daydreamer really fantasizes about as we discover that he's a real bully

Sequence Eight's Ending Hook: It becomes clear that he is who he is because of his denial over being dumped

Office scene

This Scene introduces the following new Conflict: The interaction between a new customer sparks memories about a former lover.


The Conflict introduced in this Scene is between the following Characters: Selma, Bier

present scene

This scene will involve the paths of the main characters to cross. It may be the only time they meet with each other, adn it is definitely the last time they see each other before one of them dies.

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