Apple Pro Training Series: Final Cut Pro X Advanced Editing by Mark Spencer, Michael Wohl, Alexis Van Hurkman

By Mark Spencer, Michael Wohl, Alexis Van Hurkman

During this Apple-authorized consultant, director and filmmaker Michael Wohl teaches the complex talents that modifying pros want to know such a lot. utilizing compelling expert photos, Wohl provides a accomplished direction at the groundbreaking, fullyyt new ultimate lower professional X.

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We land on Charlie's face. GARAGE DOOR OPEN. Oh, shit! " And then, we hear the MARY ELIZABETH (CONT'D) My parents! The mad scramble for clothes begins. CUT TO: 103 EXT. CHARLIE'S HOUSE - NIGHT Mary Elizabeth's car pulls in front of Charlie's house. Charlie gets out. Wanting to say he's not her boyfriend. Not knowing how. Mary Elizabeth smiles. Smitten. MARY ELIZABETH See you Monday. With that, she backs out of the driveway. We see him from the back of her car, getting smaller and smaller. His stomach already filling with acid.

Ridiculous, but they don't feel ridiculous. The kids look CHARLIE Where's Craig? SAM He went home to Connecticut. back for New Year's Eve. He'll be CHARLIE I'm sorry we won't be seeing him tonight. Sam nods, then turns. Charlie is delighted. No Craig. kids settle in the living room in front of the fire. SAM Alright, big brother by 3 weeks. your secret santa? Who's PATRICK I'll tell you, Sam. This one's tough. I have received a harmonica, a magnetic poetry set, a book about Harvey Milk, and a mix with the song "Asleep" on it...

CHARLIE Where are your parents? MARY ELIZABETH Their club is hosting a cotillion or something racist. They'll be gone all night. Mary Elizabeth drops her necklace with a thud. around. Heart beating. CHARLIE That's sure a nice fire. Charlie looks 57. MARY ELIZABETH Yeah. After I'm done being a lobbyist, I want to move to a house like this in Cape Cod. That sounds nice, doesn't it? Yeah. CHARLIE She reaches out and touches his chest. MARY ELIZABETH Your heart is beating really fast. Is it? CHARLIE MARY ELIZABETH Here, feel.

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