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Untitled: We'll think of one later.
Summary: A day (or days?) in the life of a high schooler. I'm personally for the day. I'd like to show how much can change in one day, how even when you're as young as we are, you're life can be revolutionized in a matter of hours. Or at least you can start the day feeling crappy and then have horrible things happen to you but still feel ok in the end. Maybe we can just show how high school can be hell. I'd also like the main character to be a girl so we can have a "men are stupid" mantra. We could also have several main characters, so both of us can act equally if we make this into an actual film.
At any rate, here are the ideas that we have going right now:
Opening credits/music: pan back in forth from live actress(es) to reflection in spoon, making grotesque, warped faces.
Have main character go to locker several times during the day only to have couples making out against it. Each time she should whip out some new cleaning appliance from her locker to clean it off. The last one should be something absolutely huge so that it's ridiculous for her to have it in there.
Here's an idea I've been thinking about for a while. I'd love it if we had a character that we don't hear speak at all until the end. She/he comes close to saying things but gets cut off and interrupted throughout the plot. At one point they can be on the other side of a glass sliding door or something. It would be even cooler if we could manage making a main character totally silent too.
Ooo! We could do a little spaz on symbolism!
We could have one main character get rejected by some boy (enter men are stupid) and slowly either get over it as the day goes on or...whatever. This can symbolize teenage rejection, etc.
The other person can be silent, etc, and show how the youth can get overshadowed and outshadowed by those older than us, as well as stereotyped.
It can be all teenage angsty! Only funny! Yes, we must have humor. Humor will be most key.
w00t! May the scripting begin...
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