Ellen, I have no memory of this
whatsoever. Ellen... Ellen I have NO
memory of this whatsoever.
Jeff pulls the car up to the curb and Cora gets into the
INT. CAR. NIGHT. B/W
Good morning, "Mom."
Not a wink.
blowing it hard out the side of her mouth. Jeff glances back
INT. SET. DAWN. B/W
fumbling with a light.
Look, I'm not blaming anybody, Wanda.
I'm just saying we left last night
and I knew we didn't get that scene.
I'm sorry, I thought it was a great
It was OK; and it's going to be
alright. But I'm not settling for OK
today. This is a big scene and I'm
not leaving till we get it.
Whatever it takes, Nick. We're here
Alright, here's what I'm thinking.
Wolf, I want to do the whole scene
in one shot.
It's been done.
I know that but I'd like to try it
No, dolly. We go from Close-up to
Wide-shot and back to Close-up in
the same shot.
I'll use the 35, minimize distortion;
I'll light it all from the ceiling.
It could be kind of great.
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