Cornfield Chaos: Scene Breakdown of 'The Last Stand'

Synopsis: This making-of documentary takes a look at the great climactic car chase between the two Chevrolets that caps the film.
Genre: Short
Year:
2013
11 min
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Caro Agoff---Sincro:Camaron Brujo.

The Last Stand

14Km Las Vegas.

- Central?

- Proceed, 26.

League to ANAC.

Warns that an idiot in a jet

gave a roadside grazing here

with the lights off.

Understood.

THE LAST CHALLENGE

I would not come to the game.

Knew he did not want to drive 5 hours

- to see a football game.

- I'm not the crowds arrived.

Also have to have someone

here to maintain order.

- Go bowling?

- I'm undercover.

Course, Ray

You disguises himself very well.

- See you on Sunday.

- Wait, wait.

And your car?

- Are in wave of firefighters.

- Well, if you have a fire...

can get it.

But please carefully.

Asshole.

- Good morning, Sheriff.

- Good morning.

- Good morning.

- Sheriff?

- It's a beautiful day.

- Yeah, for sure.

- Hi, Ray!

- Hi.

Almost did not recognize you

in civilian clothes.

It's my day off.

Going to be a quiet weekend.

- And no more huge omelets.

- Okay, sheriff, but you like.

Yeah, but...

Thanks.

- What's up, friends?

- Hi

vai, sheriff?

Truck outside is yours, no?

- What are you carrying?

- Parts car.

This.

We have to be in New Orleans tomorrow.

- This is quite far from here, huh?

- If is.

Account, please.

- Keep the change.

- Thank you.

Let's hit the road.

Right. Drive carefully.

Can leave.

- Thank you, sir!

- Thank you, friend.

So you wonder shoppers.

Gonna eat anything?

- Sheriff?

- No.

No. Thank you, Christie.

I think I will.

Bye.

- Goodbye, Ray.

- Ya.

Ooops! Caramba!

I just make another elephant in

ass, huh, guys?

It's my turn. Goes forth.

Wait! Beware of the recoil.

She does not know who is your 1st time.

- Gimme soon!

- Ok, go there.

Beauty.

- What the f*ck?

- No, no, no!

No, no! No, no!

Gimme that here! Gimme!

Let me see how it is.

Let me see.

What?

- Is it broken? Do you think that is?

- It should be.

- Is it broken?

- It is!

Oh, shit! Sheriff.

I thought he was not working today

.

Okay.

Hey, Sheriff! How are you, man?

Good to see you.

Could you tell me why

most of my team

in here throwing a piece of meat?

Good afternoon, Ray.

- Has license for that gun?

- I have, here.

Why do not you get a towel?

Are dirtying his uniform.

And you! Get that piece of meat

hat.

Piece of meat?

Look at this! Gross! Thank you.

Here.

"Museum Dinkum Firearms and Weapons

History?"

- That's it.

- Do you have a museum here?

I have to prove income tax.

"Open every Monday

Bring the whole family."

Sorry.

Take there.

Ray, sorry.

Ray, we were just having fun.

Not have much to do in town

. He was the greatest boredom.

- We need to exercise.

- Really?

- It!

- I have something for you.

- Legal.

- Some truckers

stopped there in the city, and

not like to see me.

There's something wrong with them.

Check these plates for me.

- Spoke, boss.

- If you discover something

sends pros patrollers.

Look! You are sarado, Ray

are working out?

- I warned him about the recoil.

- Give me the drugs!

And let me test

before I change my mind...

and give you a fine.

We encircled the area.

- Ok, are you all ready?

- We, boss.

- Loved.

- Uh... boss?

Creating farmer has a problem.

They can not take care of a farmer?

Let me.

Let's get it on

I speak with him.

Know I take very good care of

farmers.

Hello.

How are things going?

They would be much better if

he said what makes on my land!

My name is Burell.

Look, I'm filming a commercial.

You must watch tv, no?

Their property would be perfect.

What?

Get out of my property.

The company for which I work

will pay good money.

- And you do not have to...

- Did you hear what I said?

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