Ketchup With Us #26 Making a scene

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Michele and Mel have asked one of the best questions ever. “If you could do a scene in a movie, what would it be?”  This question is so personal that you can’t help but show yourself in the answer.  From the genre you pic, to the character, to the moment.  Everything there is a small part of you and your perspective.

With this in mind, I was able to narrow it down to a few.

Should I pick the philosopher full of life’s experience?

Should I pick the classic hero?

Maybe a dramatic nature scene?

I’d throw in the romantic artist from “Titanic” but that would throw in the sticky question of whom would I be sketching.  Ow!  Of course it’s you, my wife, I couldn’t think of anyone else. Ow!  Stop!

Of course, there is at least one scene I’d never want to do.

But of all the choices available there’s one scene that would fulfill two dreams in the same moment.

What scene would you choose?

16 thoughts on “Ketchup With Us #26 Making a scene

  1. I tried, really I did. Something classic. Maybe Robert Mitchum. But in less than ten seconds I had my answer and nothing else could topple it.

    Empire Strikes Back
    Han Solo: I know.

  2. Oh, now these are all awesome. And you know how I feel about Johnny. But Quint? That man and that character would be a blast to play. Especially at the very (VERY!) end.

    Nicely done, Gene. Good for you for breaking the rules with me. Thanks for playing. 🙂

  3. GENE!!! WE need to sit, grab popcorn and hang in our jammies for the day watching ALL of these. 🙂 These are such great choices. My favorite one is Jaws. I’ve seen it 98 times and could see it 98 more. “See this scar?” 🙂

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