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Visual: Medium shot from behind Jeffries looking out the window Sound: Non-diegetic sound of the Jeffries narrating the first paragraph Action: Narrator begins reflecting on what he has seen outside the window by telling the story. While walking up to the window looking out, the camera slowly moves closer and eventually out the window.
Visual: Medium shot of the first family the narrator talks about inside their home. Sound: Non-diegetic sound of Jeffries describing what he knew about the family in the first house and what he could see. Action: The family in the first house is talking around a dinner table, acting completely normal.
Visual: Medium shot inside the bedroom of the second house. Sound: Non-diegetic sound of Jeffries explaining what he sees and knows about the third house that he watches. Action: Mother of the child tucks her into bed and says goodnight as the narrator explains thats what he knows.
Visual: Long shot that tracks in slowly to the house as the narrator talks over. Sound: Non-diegetic sound of the narrator talking over explaining how little he knows about this house, but explaining what it is he can see. Action: Camera slowly tracks into the house, going into the window eventually to show what is going on.
Visual: Medium shot of inside the bedroom. Sick wife in the bed asleep and the husband is upset. Sound: Non-diegetic sound of the narrator explaining what he thinks he knows about the couple who lives in the third house on the night that they stayed up all night. Action: Wife is asleep and the husband storms around the room, clearly upset about something that is going on between them.
Visual: Medium shot from inside of the house of Jeffries smoking a cigarette. Sound: Non-diegetic sound of Jeffries explaining how once the sun came up that day he could see through the window the husband smoking a cigarette. Action: The husband is smoking a cigarette while looking out the window. He does not know that he is being watched by Jeffries.
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