Westworld by Michael Crichton, Sam Sloan, Saul David, Paul N Lazarus III

By Michael Crichton, Sam Sloan, Saul David, Paul N Lazarus III

There's a brief ahead firstly by way of Saul David - former tale editor, MGM. It in short (two pages worthy) tells of his assembly with Michael Crichton and Paul Lazarus approximately this movie. After that there's an 11 web page advent by way of Michael Crichton, titled "Shooting Westworld". the writer tells how not easy it was once to get somebody drawn to the script and the way tricky it used to be making the movie. Plus, he offers a few perception on why they did convinced scenes like they did. At 11 pages it isn't fairly that in-depth. there's additionally a 32-page "photo portfolio" in the course of the e-book, which includes 30 B&W pictures of scenes from the movie and some backstage pictures of the construction. many of the photographs have captions explaining what you are looking at.

The remainder of the ebook is the script of the movie itself - all of the conversation and scene details (107 pages).

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SECOND TECHNICIAN: Look at it. Three in the morning. We never used to finish past two. FIRST TECHNICIAN: What’re you working? SECOND TECHNICIAN: Rome. FIRST TECHNICIAN: That’s the worst. I’ve been in Westworld. It was pretty soft. THIRD TECHNICIAN: So was the castle. It’s been bad lately, though. FIRST TECHNICIAN: Damned supervisors don’t even know what’s happening. SECOND TECHNICIAN: Well, they don’t have to do the work. Just walk around and give orders. They got their heads in the clouds. CUT TO: A screen in the underground conference room.

The Bartender blinks. BLANE: Just bring him whiskey . . he’s new in town. The Bartender moves off. BLANE: Look, you got to get into the feel of the thing. MARTIN: I feel silly. Blane turns and leans back on the bar, resting his elbows. He surveys the room. BLANE: Why? MARTIN: It’s like a joke. BLANE: It’s not a joke, it’s a toy. It’s an amusement park—the best amusement park in the world. All you have to do is have fun. Martin also turns. CUT TO: What Martin sees. A slow pan around the room. MARTIN (over): Some pretty rough customers here.

MARTIN: Then maybe it doesn’t matter, after all . . (long silence) But the guns that they give you are real guns? BLANE (nodding): Real guns. MARTIN: That’s incredible. There is an electronic pinging. Martin looks questioningly at Blane. VOICE OVER: The orientation on the resort will now begin. Please put on your earphones. Martin puts on his earphones. MARTIN: Don’t you want to listen? BLANE: I heard it the last time. Martin nods. Blane stares out the window. Move in on Martin’s face. RECORDED VOICE (Over): .

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