Red is male or female. You have to decide whether successful or not - whether Red is washed up.
You have to create a personality with your choice of GRAMS and/or SPOT.
1. GRAMS: (APPROPRIATE MUSIC. STRAIGHT CUT OR FADE IN.)
2. RED: When I was young, I wanted to be an actor. And I never did.
I read all the books, I followed all the stars. Oh - my video collection.
I stared at Marlon Brando and Marilyn day and night.
I can do that!
I can do that!
(SHOUTING) 'Stella!' 'Stella!'
I'm ready for my shot now, Mister Spielberg.
3. GRAMS: (MUSIC AS APPROPRIATE)
NOTE: 'Stella!' 'Stella!' mimics the famous sequence with Marlon Brando in 'Streetcar Named Desire' where he comes back after a drunken episode, repentant, and yells for his wife.
If you do not want to use this, replace it with some other film reference suitable. 'Stella!' only suits a male actor.
So if you are using a woman actor, find something else.
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