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MAKE A MOVIE
Click Here for a detailed guide to creating incredibly vivid “Movie Scenes”.
HOW TO WRITE IT:
-Ø childhood home
Bathroom or Backyard
一 (Razor Blade)
Script 1: Robert Downey Junior, wearing his ironman suit (minus the helmet), wants to catch some rays in the backyard. Unfortunately, the rolling stones mouth has swallowed the sun, making it too dark outside. Robert then takes a giant razor blade and slices the mouth open length-ways, which causes a SUN to come out. The whole scene lights up as it finally becomes DAYtime
Script 2: Ringo Starr has gotten jealous of The Beatles rivalry with the Rolling Stones because he’s replaced his own mouth with the rolling stones mouth. The thing is, no one can see what he’s done because its too dark outside, so he uses a razor blade to make his mouth even wider, causing a SUN to emerge from his mouth.
Blood and violence is excellent to utilize …if you can handle it 😀
Image credit: CC BY 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
PICK A PROP
Click Here for the theory behind “Props”.
PICK A PROP TO REPRESENT 日
When used as a prop in other characters, it will have the vivid image of a sun. This can be any type of sun, a cartoon sun with a smiley face, a sun like the ones shown in science textbooks, but BE CAREFUL not to have the sun in the sky in your scenes. Instead, have it in the room with you. The sun is always in the sky, so in the future, you may have trouble remembering that it was a Prop in your scene.