FOUR STORIES ONE PASSION Patricia Perez PART I- THE BEFORE JULIO INTRO to our first character. The magnificent beauty of the Andes mountain leads us to JULIO. In his little isolated farm, he is working the farm with his wife and kid. It’s a detailed and dedicated activity, a family ritual. Scenes of his daily life take us to... INTERCUT WITH: EXT. FARM JULIO tells who he is, he is a farmer, grows potatoes since he can walk,drop off primary school to take care of his farm, he inherited 60 varieties of potatoes. Now he grows 160. TRANSITION TO: GRIMANESA THE CITY. The streets of Lima at night. Meet GRIMANESA. A small sweet lady is frying anticuchos at a screen corner surrounded by a crowd. We go back to the prepping.. This is also a family affair. We see her prepping the anticuchos at home. Getting things ready to finally roll her car to a busy corner. Grimanesa fries juicy skewers surrounded by a happy crowd. As we see her routine... INTERCUT WITH: INT. GRIMANESA’S KITCHEN GRIMANESA tells us her story. She started the business because her husband left her for another woman and she had to take care of her five kids. Her recipe for anticuchos she learn it by mistake when she was cooking at a house. What she likes the most about her business is talking to her customers, to her it’s like having a family. She’s being offered jobs at restaurants but she’d rather stay on her own, that’s the way she started. TRANSITION TO: 2. Alumni 1, ELBA, Alumni 3- THE STUDENTS ANOTHER FACE OF LIMA. As we listen the testimonies of three young peruvians, we meet their world. Neighborhoods with few resources. Their homes,their surroundings. They tell us about their lives before PACHACUTEC. We see them cooking at home, at the market. A collage of images and life stories. We finish with their statements...what they needed but didn’t exist yet, something to change their futures, a place, a chance that could carry out their dreams.. TRANSITION TO: PERU INTRO to LIMA STREETS. PEOPLE. CHARACTERS. GASTON (VOICE OVER) In Peru we were a country, in fashion, arts, cinema, we were emotionally colonized, we didn’t believe in ourselves, this basically because we were taught to be a third world country doomed to stay that way. CUT TO: INTERVIEW MARIANO VALDERRAMA OR SOCIOLOGO about lack of national identity in the country. CUT TO: MORE CITY/PEOPLE IMAGES AS WE LISTEN TO... CUT TO: JAVIER WONG We weren’t united, the country needed something to believe in, etc..about social scene in Peru. Finish on a busy street, a country looking for something. 3. PART II- SHARE THE JOY STORIES JULIO Back in the andes. We take the last moments we saw of Julio’s life from PART I. This time we travel. We follow Julio on his journey to Lima, to Mistura. He interacts with people. He wins an award,recognition surrounded by the press, he is a star. TRANSITION TO: GRIMANESA entering his own restaurant. A place packed with people . Anticuchos being fried, the crowd,cool bar counters, Grimanesa’s photos on the walls.. as she explains us..her dream has come true..as we see her prior corner at night, now empty... TRANSITION TO: PACHACUTEC SCHOOL as we hear the testimonies of our youngsters, of how Pachacutec changed their lifes we see them at the school. CUT WITH: TESTIMONY OF ROCIO HEREDIA about what is Pachacutec. We now see our young characters now working in beautiful restaurants..happiness. TRANSITION TO: CITY IMAGES as we see PARQUE DE LA EXPOSICION GETTING READY, SOMETHING BIG IS GOING TO HAPPEN. CUT TO: TESTIMONY OF MARIANO: what is Mistura? Boom!: a parade of dancers come into the now crowded park. Fair Images combined with TESTIMONIES OF COOKS: MISTURA REUNITE, PHILOSOPHY OF SHARING, ETC. Thecountry gets together in joy,ENDS WITH TERESA IZQUIERDOS TESTIMONY: TERESA “We were asleep, but we are awake now and nothing will stop us now...” Image freezes on Teresa’s face. End of the Video.
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