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EXT. PASTURE -- MORNING (1931)
A small boy, FRANK, holds on to his mother's dress and stares
in awe at THE DYNAMO, a shiny, fifty-foot-high Ferris wheel,
rising up before him in the green pasture.
A HAWKER in a straw hat and a brand new seersucker suit
patiently waits while Frank's mother coaxes.
Finally Frank finds the courage to get into the empty seat.
Don't worry, son, you're going on
the ride of a lifetime.
MONTAGE -- THE FERRIS WHEEL
Frank holds the bar tight, looks over at his mother and waits.
The wheel jerks and starts. The boy smiles and falls in love.
The mid-morning sun. Frank is seventeen. He sits beside Becky
with a goofy grin on his face and the wheel climbs higher.
High noon, at the top. Frank, now a family man, holds the
hand of his young daughter, who sits between him and Becky.
On the way down, twilight. Frank, fifty-five, a grandson on
each arm, tries to watch both of their expressions at once.
It's night. The wheel clanks to a stop. Frank, old and bent,
leans on his cane. Eyes closed -- he's a million miles away.
END OF MONTAGE
EXT. AMUSEMENT PARK -- NIGHT (2010)
The Dynamo is rusted, grimy and except for Frank, empty.
Around it, the lights are dim in the derelict amusement park.
A CARNY, twenties, in grungy Levis and a rocker T-shirt
eventually gets off his butt and walks over to Frank.
Hey, old man, it's over. If you want
to go again it's another dollar.
Frank stirs and slowly stands on unsteady legs.
I'd give you million if you could
make it run backwards.
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