Updated Dec, 18th 2012
A man daydreams his time in Brooklyn before leaving for an extended period of time ... A “temporary separation” song memorializes what he will miss. The film reveals a visual flashback of all the places the man believes were particularly special to his life in NYC, set to one of the most important soundtracks of his life while he was here.
We see a succession of the important building facades/places that have special meaning for the man. Each shot should become progressively larger in size and for longer frequencies. Should invoke the style of Woody Allen’s “Manhattan” opening montage. May be shot in black and white for maximum contrast. Accompanying music should have slow tempo--melodic tune with jazzy influences.