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FIRST RIDE ON AN AUTUMN DAY Last edited by rlackey, on 08/05/2008. 0 comments. More scene info.

EXT. STREET, SMALL TOWN AMERICA — DAY

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Andrew rides his bike out of the driveway and into the street. The street is lined with oak trees, the leaves are deep orange, yellow and brown, falling gently to the ground in a carpet of colour.

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On both sides of the street are large suburban homes each with a large front yard and a concrete driveway. Cars are parked along the street and in driveways.

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Neighbours are washing thier cars, mowing thier lawns, fixing drainpipes, and kids play in the streets.

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ANDREW

(narration) My dads' always wanted to come here.

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Andrew rounds the corner at the end of his street into Main St, he passes a used car lot and stops, staring at the cars, each with a price written across the windshield.

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ANDREW (CONT'D)

(narration) Bigger and better.

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Andrew dismounts his bike and walks it over to a shabby looking 1940 Ford Coupe. He drops his bike to the ground and peers through the window.

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ANDREW (CONT'D)

(narration) That's what he says.

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Across the street is a gas station. A car full of teenagers pulls in and Andrew watches them as the attendant fills the tank.

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As Andrew stares across the street, a sales attendant JIM walks up behind him.

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JIM

Hey Kid, beat it!

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ANDREW

(turning around) Sorry... I was just looking. How much is this one?

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Andrew turns and continues to look through the glass, he's hardly tall enough to see over the door.

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JIM

More pocket money than you can afford. Now scram!

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Behind the row of cars is a office, not much more than a trailer on bricks. A man in dirty overalls HENRY appears at the door holding a wrench and a oily rag.

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HENRY

Leave the kid alone Jim. He's not doin' any harm.

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Andrew looks at Henry, Henry winks and smiles.

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Across the street the car full of teenagers roars into the street, flames ignite from the exhaust as it dissapears down Main St.

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