Film Studies 109SA first script coverage

Film Studies 109SA first script coverage - Daniel Macias...

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Daniel Macias Film Studies 109SA Logline: Things are bad when jumping in front of a train sounds like a good idea. Synopsis: A series of business men live comfortably until the economy that allows such a lifestyle collapses. ROBERTSON’S lack of trust in the system triggers the selling of his stock. His wise words fall on deaf ears and when the market crashes we see how it affects those around him. HENRY is a farmer who is having his farm auctioned off. Fellow town folk unite and threaten to lynch the judge if he refuses to sell Henry his belongings for a “reasonable” price. The civilians prevail and Henry can’t help but have mixed feelings for purchasing back his belongings for one dollar. The story shifts back to the corporate world never to return to the farm land. We are introduced to the Baum family through LEE’s flashback. MOE is Lee’s workaholic father who is heavily invested and dependent on the stock market. This dependency begins to transform the Baum’s collar from white to blue. Among the
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