When I See You (2009)
- Summaries (1)
Open in on a dark stage. We see people being ushered to their seats in the opening beats. There is a man at the sound and lighting board and he is giving cues on a headset to the people back stage. He is pushing knobs almost as if to the sounds in the opening. For the opening 25 seconds we do not see any band members but we will see hits on a drum, guitar and keyboard playing. Then one spot light comes up and we are on stage with the band crammed into a tight little home with fake trees around and a floating moon. Right when the first lyric comes in we see one of the curtains open and our lead Tonyo is performing from the window. We capture tight shots of him and we will also cut in shots of the audience viewing the opening scene as well as full wide shots of the audience and stage. We will do a couple of b-shot cut-aways of a fake crow sitting on the tree and a few leafs falling from the tree. When we finally go inside of our home it is packed full of the Moog band members performing with bare minimum equipment. They have a sense of comfort within them and are performing a solid performance in a serious manner. We see a wolf peeking from around a tree. We cut between the wolf and the audience faces. This is a beautiful editorial process here of tension, comedy and light-hearted drama. Cutting back and forth between the cramped performance and the wolf wandering around the house. A clown then appears from behind the tree and the wolf disappears. He has a bag of tricks and is looking at the home with binoculars. He then proceeds to spray paint/graffiti the home as the band is playing inside. We see Tonyo peering out the window as the clown is tagging the house on the other side. The wolf reappears in the scene and confronts the clown. They are arguing, as the band is all watching out the window. Cut back and forth between the audience, band & wolf/clown. At a point the clown and wolf become more intense and they are wrestling and having it out on the floor and finally we see both of them lying there as if they are dead or just knocked out. This whole sequence is in super slow motion. The audience at this point begins to cheer and applaud emotionally. This is shot in super slow motion also. The band kicks back in and the forest/stage is back to normal and we see the crow and a few other animals in the tree and around the home.
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