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
11 min

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.



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.


- 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...


- What's up, friends?

- Hi

vai, sheriff?

Truck outside is yours, no?

- What are you carrying?

- Parts car.


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.


- 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.


- What the f*ck?

- No, no, no!

No, no! No, no!

Gimme that here! Gimme!

Let me see how it is.

Let me see.


- 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



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


Piece of meat?

Look at this! Gross! Thank you.


"Museum Dinkum Firearms and Weapons


- That's it.

- Do you have a museum here?

I have to prove income tax.

"Open every Monday

Bring the whole family."


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



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.


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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