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Opening cinematics title sequence (1 minute)to the sound of the bass hit, cutsto Rongon; asleep in his seat, handsbehind his back- Close-up
Cuts to wide-shot of Rongon waking suddenly. He begins to move arms forward but finds that he is caught by zip ties. Cut to close-up of Rongon’s hands, struggling in cable ties. Cuts back to wide of him continuing to struggle until he suddenly is free. Gives a surprised “hmph!”Gets up, turns to the (camera’s) left and walks off screen. Tracking shot from behind of Rongon walking through a doorway. A shadow moves past the camera quickly.
Rongon turns around – camera moves around himin the opposite direction to stay behind him. Looks left and right, turns back around and continues. Camera from inside the next room tacks Rongon as he walks through the door andstops. He looks back at the room he’s come from and continues walking.
Shot from behind the original chair, Rongon walking from the left to the right, pausing to look at the chair. Camera mid-shot in front of Rongon walking until he stops to find he’s in the starting room. Hear heavy breathing and be begins running.Still shot from the back of the room of him running from left to right continuously (4 times before he begins to scream of anger)tracking shot of behind of him running in the loop. Still shot facing the chair (wide) and he slows to a stop in the middle of the screen
Slowly walks away from the camera. Camera begins to “glitch” and Rongon is changing positions around the room, invarious positions. (two single frame shots of himright up to the camera. In one shot there is someone in another corner watchingover for a few frames) Rongon stops, face all beaten up, and goes and sits in the chair –tracking shot from a corner of the room. He hunches over in the chair. POV shot with heart beating sound with edit of a boarder appearing. Fades to black.
Fades back to the beginning of him in the room. Rongon wakes suddenly. Movie plays out, skipping in places
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