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Escaleta Documental:
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Gerardo Barragán Encinas
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1.- Exterior / Crucero / día

Son las 7 am la hora pico del tráfico en la mañana. Se ven carros pasar y pasar, como siempre el cruce lleno de carros a esta hora. Carros de todos los tamaños y colores pasando.

2.- Exterior / Crucero / Día

De entre los carros grupos de niños y adultos se acercan a pedir dinero. Se ve como los niños se acercan a los carros a pedir dinero, niños y adultos de aspecto mal cuidado lavando los vidrios de los carros.

3.- Exterior / Crucero / Día

Se ve como el tráfico aumenta de numero. En primer plano un carro con conductor molesto, segundo plano todos los sonidos del trafico aumentando.

4.- Exterior / Parque / Día

Uno de los niños sentado en la banquita del parque enseguida del crucero. Primer plano enfocado en la carita del niño sonriendo con pena por la cámara, mientras la cámara sale de cuadro de su cara ahora mostrando a el niño de cuerpo completo para enfocarnos en su vestimenta y los dulces que esta sosteniendo.

5.- Exterior / Parque / Día

Niño juega con sus dulces y empieza a hablar. El niño cuenta su historia, una voice en off le hace preguntas ¿Cuántos años tienes? ¿Dónde vives? ¿Hace cuanto vives en la calle? ¿Hace cuanto vendes dulces? El niño con pena responde a las preguntas, unas se ríe otras no.

6.- Exterior / Crucero / Día

El niño sale en acción para vender sus dulces. Primer cuadro el los pies del niño moviéndose entre los carros, se muestra después como el niño ofrece dulces a los conductores, unos le compran otros lo rechazan, siguiente toma sale en completo el niño caminando entre los peatones con sus dulces.

7.- Exterior / Parque / Día

El niño sentado en la misma banca. La toma igual centrada en su carita sonriente, se le hacen…...

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