Peter is out driving with one of Chris' paintings in his car when a man stops him and offers to buy the painting. The man turns out to be a famous art critic from New York, who insists that Chris come with him to develop his talent. While everyone is thrilled at first, Chris starts to feel some misgivings over all that has changed in his life, and uses his art to explore what's really important to him. Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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The title is based on the old Chinese proverb, "A picture is worth a thousand words." See more
In the beginning after Peter greets his friends at the park, a roller coaster called "Metor" is shown with a logo of a meteor (the ride name appears to be spelled incorrectly). See more
[Peter and Meg are sitting on a bench in Central Park by the ice rink. Meg does a bird call and a pigeon flies over
[Meanwhile, Brian skates by and executes a perfect triple axel
Wow, that's amazing!
Oh, thanks. I roomed with Scott Hamilton in prep school. Nothing happened.
References The Matrix