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Mi Dispiace

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Mi dispiace, ma io non parlo l’Inglese

(TEAM REDDER)

1. EXT./INT. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS BUILDING. DAY

JOE carries his book bag and walks past the Welcome International Students sign in front of the international relations building. He stops to glance up at the sign and then continues walking toward the door to the side of the building.

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JOE walks up the stairs as he puts his earphones to his iPod in. As he is selecting a song he finds a chair near the classroom door. JOE begins to tap his feet to the rhythm of the song and mouths along to the words. He yawns a bit and checks his watch. He begins to drift off into sleep when the bell rings. Suddenly, the doors to the classroom burst open and several students begin filing out. Their shoes make quite a bit of noise as they are exiting. All of the shoes are dark colors, except for one pair that are bright red. These are the shoes of VALENTINA. JOE is wide-awake now and is staring at VALENTINA. She gives him a smile after noticing him. JOE stands up slowly and walks over to her. JOE

Hey, I’m Joe. Your shoes are… red. I haven’t seen you around before. What’s your name?

VALENTINA
(Laughing)
Uh… thanks. I’m Valentina.

JOE smiles wide.

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3. EXT. CASTELLO SFORZESCO DAY

JOE and VALENTINA are walking through the castle. VALENTINA is holding JOE’S hand. VALENTINA suddenly lets go and runs toward a bike in the park. She grabs it and JOE hops on the handlebars. VALENTINA is laughing and her hair is blowing in the wind. JOE looks back and sees the owner of the bike running after them, cursing and yelling.

4. EXT. PIAZZA DUOMO DAY

JOE and VALENTINA are feeding the pigeons. They are laughing and smiling. Suddenly, VALENTINA throws a fistful of breadcrumbs at JOE. All of the pigeons fly onto him. She cannot stop laughing, takes a picture of him, and then runs away.

5. EXT. VIA TORINO. DAY

JOE and VALENTINA are shopping in Via Torino. They both enter a store and exit with...