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How to make an indy film

The sun shines through the streaked window of Derek's 1967 Chevy Nova as it cruises down main street.There's an old barber shop on the corner, an old convenience store that's been passed on from generation to generation, a hardware store, Louie's Pizza, Uncle Chang's Tai food restaurant, an old diner, a jewelry store, and the laundry mat.There are two kids roller blading down the sidewalk, smiles on their faces, rubber wheels sailing across the cracked sidewalk.
An old man, the owner, sits in his rocking chair outside of the hardware store watching with stern eyes as people walk by.A stout woman walks out of Uncle Chang's probably after having her last meal before going on the Atkins diet, and a young man walks out of the jewelry store with a frown on his face but looks down at the small case he's carrying and smiles.
"You know what the best part about Canada is?" Derek said.
"Other that the fact that they worship hockey?" asked Marcus
"Well there is that, but that's not what I was thinking.Do you know how big the border between Canada and the U.S. is?"
"Well I don't know either, but it's pretty big."
"My point is that Canada has one of the largest unguarded borders in the world.Which means we should use it to our advantage."
"I have a feeling you've been planning something.But I'm not sure if I like where you're going with this."
"I'll tell you all about it as soon as we take care of our little problem in the back."
A muffled yelling begins to resonate in the car and there's quiet banging of metal.
The car stops at the stoplight and all of a sudden the blue trunk of Derek's car flies open and a guy with rope tied hands and a bloody bag over his head jumps out and starts running down main street.


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