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SCENE 1
AERIAL SHOT OF CENTER CITY

We see orange and red morning light reflected in the downtown office towers of Center City Philadelphia. The camera weaves through the skyline, and travels around the PECO building. The electric sign atop the building reads GOOD MORNING PHILADELPHIA.

Throughout this sequence, an AUDIO COLLAGE of PHILADELPHIA VOICES talking about the truth about Philadelphia . . . the challenges of every day in the City of Brotherly Love...the different dimensions of the city.


SCENE 2
INT. LIBERTY BELL PAVILLION

A MAINTANENCE WORKER is buffing the wooden floors in the glass-enclosed pavilion that houses the Liberty Bell. The man (and the bell) are silhoutted, back lit by early morning light.


SCENE 3
WS - BIRDS FLYING THROUGH THE SKY.


SCENE 4
INT. LUCY'S BEDROOM - DAWN

Overhead shot of LUCY in the bedroom

In the darkness, a clock radio spews out a raucous song as two bodies, a man's and a woman's, lie splayed in bed, a matted sheet weaving under, over, and between them. After a few seconds of inertia, the woman's paint-spattered hand flops over and hits the "snooze" bar, killing the sound.


SCENE 5
EXT. AERIAL SHOT OF PHILA. SKYLINE


SCENE 6
EXT. WEST PHILADELPHIA - DAWN


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