[looking at her food and looking up at him as he watches for a answer] "Was I staring? I say, she looks up to make contact with Stuart.
"what are you staring at me for?" he says. what is it? he says and lays down his fork.
Stuart, Gordon Johnson, Mel Dorn, and Vern Williams sight dead body
dialogue: The phone rings. Stuart throws his napkin on the plate "Goddamn it, why can't people mind their own business? He leaves the shot while the shot stays on Claire for a few seconds and cuts as a standard cut to the next scene. full shot, eye level. Center frame. Stationary,No movement.
The audience sees the newspaper as Stuart's point of view. Having the point of view we can see the names. Center frame
A zoom in on the picture on the first page (the shot of where they found the dead girl) then a Pan Shot to the left, turning until it reaches side frame so the audience sees what's happening in scene 4. Side frame of the girl in the tree. Long shot, Eye level.
Deep focus shot where we can see the men cooking food and washing dishes, while seeing one of the men tying the girl up to the tree in the background. High angle. Bottom frame. Distracted camera.
Side frame of Stuart calling the sheriff while the others are seen standing and listening. Medium shot. Eye level shot. Pan shot starting at Stuart then showing the other men.
(faint) Stuart: giving their names and that they found a dead body.
Claire and Stuart are in the car and Claire is looking out at the water. the Medium shot consists of eye level shot. side frame and a tracking dolly shot next to the car.