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THE LAST DEATHS OF JOE SHOT LIST


# 1 Same as SHOT FS DESCRIPTION SCENE 1 It is a sunny day on the desert; there is a small camp with a lone COWBOY resting there. Some Apache Indians stalk it, waiting hidden behind some hills and rocks. The cowboy hears a noise and prepares his gun. There is one in particular, JOE, who waits with a very serious expression. The cowboy awaits Then the natives start running towards the cowboy and attack him, shouting the battle cry. The cowboy shoots at them. All the Indians fall in a very spectacular way. Joe looks like he is badly hurt and is dying slower. SCENE 2 A big mouth shouts Cut! MOVEMENT Black and White LOCATION EXTERIOR DESERT - DAY 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 4 3 3S AS 2S MS BCUp 2S MS AS FS Black and White Black and White Black and White Black and White Black and White Black and White Black and White

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INTERIOR MOVIE SET - DAY

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Joe opens his eyes and stands up. The cameras, lights, reflectors and other devices are revealed. The background is a green screen. The director and his crew are behind cameras preparing again the shoot, checking papers and moving the camera again. Joe and the Indians go back to the position behind the hills and rocks. Joe is still very serious. They knee behind a barren bush. The director watching in his chair The Indians fall almost at the same time. They hit the ground. Joe falls and hangs on a little more, and then hits the ground awkwardly. The director stands up from his chair and comes in front of the fallen Indians. Makes a gesture that shows that he is trying to

TILT UP AND TRAVEL RIGHT TO REVEAL THE CREW AND CAMERA

LOW ANGLE SHOT

DOLLY FOLLOWING DIRECTOR

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control his temper. DIRECTOR What was that? We have done this 4 times and you made this one worse. Just give me the usual fall. Joe is standing up from the ground and looks at the director in silence and nods but we can see that he does not agree with this. Joe is standing up from the ground and looks at the director in DOLLY FOLLOWING JOE silence and nods but we can see that he does not agree with this. All the Indians get in position again at the hill. Director sit, unhappy

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Action! The shotguns fire. The Indians fall. Joe falls on his knees but does not look dead. The director shouts Cut! Shotgun firing. Joe falls but his hands avoid his fall and dies theatrically. Cut! The director stands up. He massages his own forehead thinking in silence. He looks more upset. DIRECTOR Ok, lets... lets do... A light goes off. The Director shouts and talks to his assistant Leyla. DIRECTOR WHAT THE...? Raymoooooond. Fix that. The director walks away murmuring angry Leyla calls a break and talks to Joe LEYLA 5 minutes break! Extras your Envelopes are ready for you! (TO JOE) Joe, do you remember how to do this. You do it the way we always do, okay? There is no problem, no problem at all. SCENE 3 The Indian extras walk to a table full of coffee and treats. They all get a cup of coffee. The cowboy actor takes coffee and cookies.

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Following Leyla from her alone and then walking towards Joe

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Dolly in, from table to Cowboy taking coffee

INTERIOR. MOVIE SET / LUNCH

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He leaves his hat in a table very close from there. Joe is drinking his coffee Meanwhile Raymond is fixing the lights with the help of other gaffer, joking. The director of Photography is drinking a coffee next to the camera cleaning it and adjusting the lenses with an air of solemnity Joe is drinking his coffee and receives an envelope with his name: Slow Dolly in Joe Whitehorse. Envelope with his name and money: Joe Whitehorse. Joe checks the money with a melancholic gesture. Sips a drink of his coffee. The other extra native is eating cookies at the table. The actor that play the cowboy take a cookie and leave his hat in a table near there. There is a 10 years old native KID whose father JOSEPH gives him some cookies. The kid takes the cowboy hat and puts it on himself. Then he starts shooting to everyone with his hand as if it is the shooting of a gun. Joe stares at him. He looks very serious. LEYLA (Voice Off) Ok, everybody get ready! SCENE 4 Joe falls to the ground, but he has the knees spread and looks as if he has not fallen yet. DIRECTOR No! No no no and no! Joe gets up from the ground. The other natives look at him. The director approaches to them Director talks to Joe DIRECTOR No. Again! This time we will try that all of you fall dead at different times. Okay? Go back! And you...! Well, it is not your fault, just dont act and simply fall, fall dead. Joe slightly agrees looking to the director at the eyes. The Indians are in position. JOE looks a little nervous. JOSEPH, one of the other extras gives him a pat in the back. JOSEPH Come on, man. Just make it simple. The rest of the Indian extras are waiting for the order. Slow Dolly in

TABLE - DAY

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MS to Cup. Variety of shots

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Black and White Keep shooting still with director in the shot Camera follows Joe until he takes his first position in the shot and stays with him

INTERIOR MOVIE SET - DAY

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DIRECTOR Action! The Indians start running. The shots. Some of the Indians start Black and White falling. JOE is running and moving quickly as if he is avoiding the shots. He continues running without falling down. Face of the Director angry DIRECTOR Cut! Cut! No, no, you have to fall dead. It is very simple. We have being doing this for the last 2 hours. Dolly In Camera closes to Joes face The Director comes closer to talk to Joe after talking to the director, then follows DIRECTOR I just want to get the shot him back to first position. Joe I am sorry, sir. I was just thinking that I may have enough agility to dodge the bullets and get to the man. You know we were very agile back in the days? DIRECTOR (Upset) Excuse me? What the...? Just stick to what we tell you, okay? Fall to the ground when you are shot. Give me a break! Lets go again! All the Indians return to their first position. Joe stays there for a moment. DIRECTOR Hello? Back to first position! Joe then starts walking back to his mark with a serious expression, as if he has been defeated. Joe is waiting again the order. He is very serious, he looks not as much depressed as with serenity in his face. DIRECTOR Action! Indians start running, Shot from their backs and follows them, Travel Left, around them, in a movement to end in front of them. Black and White He and the Indians get to the shooting zone. The shots start. The Indians around start falling. Joe stops and stays in the middle just standing. Joe stays there receiving the fake shots. Travel Left, around them, in a movement to end in front of them. Possible Slow Motion effect The actors who play cowboy shoots The director and the crew start making a tantrum Dolly back Joe looks around. Travel Left, around them, in a movement to end in front of them in Cup. Possible Slow Motion effect The film crew also stops shooting. The director shouts making Dolly back

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aggressive gestures asking to take him out of there. Some of the Indians on the ground start raising their heads. One of them looks at him. The actors who play cowboys stops shooting Joe looks calm, just standing there in the middle of the scene. Joe standing there while the other Indian extra looks at him Director screaming at him DIRECTOR You are fired, done, finished here. Get out. Back to unemployment. Bring me the other Indians here. Damn it! Joe takes out his band and feather and walks off of the cameras. The Director is angry and the production just stands there confused as Joe walks besides them. Joseph watches him leave with attention. The Director is angry and the production just stands there confused as Joe walks besides them. Joe leaves. JOE walks behind the camera. The Kid watches him with attention and a little confused. Joe watches him back. Joe smiles subtly and leaves Joe leaves Joe opens the door and leaves, leaving door open

Steady shot in CUp Black and White

Follows Joe but stops in the crew, stays there until Joe is off the frame.

Dolly back and Travelling following Joe, stops at kid Joe leaves, kid stays there. Shoot from behind Joes back

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