A look at how birds live in the city, emphasizing thescavenging nature of their existence. We see birds eatingoff the ground, out of trash cans, even swooping down tosteal a piece of donut out of the hand of a sleepy citizenjust leaving his house.
eyes spying in on them.
CLOSEUP - ALARM CLOCK
the Little's bedroom.
Then we hear a BABY CRYING.
CLOSEUP - MRS. LITTLE
Moomy's here. No more crying.
Martha's diaper is askew.
Ohh... See this is what happens
3 INT. BOY'S ROOM 3
ANGLE ON GEORGE:
and then the remainder of a four-inch body. It is STUART.
(For those who haven't read the book or seen the movie,
Stuart is a mouse.)
more completely. He rubs his eyes and stretches andsmiles. Grabbing hold of a miniature fireman's pole builtout of tinker toys, slides down to the lower bunk andcrosses over to George's sleeping head.
George, wake up.
George is a hard wake-up.
I know. But it's the first day of
Pee Wee Soccer. Our first game.
George's eyes pop open and he gasps. He's immediately
Soccer? Uh... No I can't today,
You'll be fine. Come on, we're
Stuart, don't forget your waterbottle. George...
... don't forget your cleats.
(to Mrs. Little)
You look especially beautifultoday.
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