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James_L_Marshall_The_Swallows_Tail_Blindside_Install_1

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SKY, ELECTRIC WIRES, AND BUILDINGS over which can be heard the hum of the power transformers. The buildings and sky fade out, leaving just the wires.

WATERY BACKGROUND with the words
“If you stay in a place like this, you might not be able to connect.”

As she walks down the sidewalk, Lain’s shadow reveals hidden red splotches.
The neighbourhood is particularly dense with overhead wires and their attendant hum.

Everything is now pure white. Lain tries to make out any kind of detail in the overwhelming light.
ARISU
E-mail! (The e-mail!)
LAIN
E-mail?
WATERY BACKGROUND with the words

“What’s it like when you die?” This is then replaced by a response: “It really hurts! :)”

It is now late afternoon, meaning that the light has faded enough to make out details in the world again. The electrical lines are still there (both visually and aurally).

COMPUTER (V.O.)
(continuing)
“–I have only given up my body. By doing this, I can explain to you that I am still alive. I wanted to let you know this, Lain, so I sent this e-mail to you. (I want the others to know, too, so I have sent them e-mails also.) Do you understand? It’s okay if you can’t right now. You will all understand soon. Everyone will.–
LAIN
(interrupting)
Why did you die?
COMPUTER (V.O.)
(continuing)
“–Rumor at school has it that this is a prank e-mail, but I want you to know that it isn’t, Lain.–
LAIN
(interrupting)
Why? Why did you die?

MIKA
(getting up)
I ate lunch late today. I’m done.

Mika leaves. Miho doesn’t even notice.

An “O Y” welcome box briefly appears in all of the monitors. Yasuo uses his mouse to launch a program called “Oyaji.exe” on the monitor right in front of him. The menu selections for this program are “File”, “Edit”, “Primitives”, “Lights”, “Materials”, “Curves”, “Selection” and “Show”. Yasuo selects “File”, then “Deformation Parameters” to get a dialog box (other File selections were “Automatic Envelope”, “Local Envelope”, “Global Envelope”, “Rigid Envelope”, “Envelope Assistant”, “Deformation Curves” and “Fast Interaction”). The dialog box, “OYJ Module Editor”, has Name set to “isosurface” with the note “isosurface is an OYJ mapper module. It is used to generate an 3D isosurface geometry.” The dialog also has a host field (value “(local)”) and a path field.

The glow of sunlight is too bright to allow us to see outside.

WHITENESS

The sudden silence gradually becomes the sound of something dripping on a soft surface.
FADE IN:
SKY, ELECTRIC WIRES, AND BUILDINGS over which can be heard the hum of the power transformers. The buildings and sky fade out, leaving just the wires.

WATERY BACKGROUND with the words
“If you stay in a place like this, you might not be able to connect.”

As she walks down the sidewalk, Lain’s shadow reveals hidden red splotches.
The neighbourhood is particularly dense with overhead wires and their attendant hum.

Everything is now pure white. Lain tries to make out any kind of detail in the overwhelming light.
ARISU
E-mail! (The e-mail!)
LAIN
E-mail?
WATERY BACKGROUND with the words

“What’s it like when you die?” This is then replaced by a response: “It really hurts! :)”

It is now late afternoon, meaning that the light has faded enough to make out details in the world again. The electrical lines are still there (both visually and aurally).

COMPUTER (V.O.)
(continuing)
“–I have only given up my body. By doing this, I can explain to you that I am still alive. I wanted to let you know this, Lain, so I sent this e-mail to you. (I want the others to know, too, so I have sent them e-mails also.) Do you understand? It’s okay if you can’t right now. You will all understand soon. Everyone will.–
LAIN
(interrupting)
Why did you die?
COMPUTER (V.O.)
(continuing)
“–Rumor at school has it that this is a prank e-mail, but I want you to know that it isn’t, Lain.–
LAIN
(interrupting)
Why? Why did you die?

MIKA
(getting up)
I ate lunch late today. I’m done.

Mika leaves. Miho doesn’t even notice.

An “O Y” welcome box briefly appears in all of the monitors. Yasuo uses his mouse to launch a program called “Oyaji.exe” on the monitor right in front of him. The menu selections for this program are “File”, “Edit”, “Primitives”, “Lights”, “Materials”, “Curves”, “Selection” and “Show”. Yasuo selects “File”, then “Deformation Parameters” to get a dialog box (other File selections were “Automatic Envelope”, “Local Envelope”, “Global Envelope”, “Rigid Envelope”, “Envelope Assistant”, “Deformation Curves” and “Fast Interaction”). The dialog box, “OYJ Module Editor”, has Name set to “isosurface” with the note “isosurface is an OYJ mapper module. It is used to generate an 3D isosurface geometry.” The dialog also has a host field (value “(local)”) and a path field.

The glow of sunlight is too bright to allow us to see outside.

WHITENESS

The sudden silence gradually becomes the sound of something dripping on a soft surface.
FADE IN:
SKY, ELECTRIC WIRES, AND BUILDINGS over which can be heard the hum of the power transformers. The buildings and sky fade out, leaving just the wires.

WATERY BACKGROUND with the words
“If you stay in a place like this, you might not be able to connect.”

As she walks down the sidewalk, Lain’s shadow reveals hidden red splotches.
The neighbourhood is particularly dense with overhead wires and their attendant hum.

Everything is now pure white. Lain tries to make out any kind of detail in the overwhelming light.
ARISU
E-mail! (The e-mail!)
LAIN
E-mail?
WATERY BACKGROUND with the words

“What’s it like when you die?” This is then replaced by a response: “It really hurts! :)”

It is now late afternoon, meaning that the light has faded enough to make out details in the world again. The electrical lines are still there (both visually and aurally).

COMPUTER (V.O.)
(continuing)
“–I have only given up my body. By doing this, I can explain to you that I am still alive. I wanted to let you know this, Lain, so I sent this e-mail to you. (I want the others to know, too, so I have sent them e-mails also.) Do you understand? It’s okay if you can’t right now. You will all understand soon. Everyone will.–
LAIN
(interrupting)
Why did you die?
COMPUTER (V.O.)
(continuing)
“–Rumor at school has it that this is a prank e-mail, but I want you to know that it isn’t, Lain.–
LAIN
(interrupting)
Why? Why did you die?

MIKA
(getting up)
I ate lunch late today. I’m done.

Mika leaves. Miho doesn’t even notice.

An “O Y” welcome box briefly appears in all of the monitors. Yasuo uses his mouse to launch a program called “Oyaji.exe” on the monitor right in front of him. The menu selections for this program are “File”, “Edit”, “Primitives”, “Lights”, “Materials”, “Curves”, “Selection” and “Show”. Yasuo selects “File”, then “Deformation Parameters” to get a dialog box (other File selections were “Automatic Envelope”, “Local Envelope”, “Global Envelope”, “Rigid Envelope”, “Envelope Assistant”, “Deformation Curves” and “Fast Interaction”). The dialog box, “OYJ Module Editor”, has Name set to “isosurface” with the note “isosurface is an OYJ mapper module. It is used to generate an 3D isosurface geometry.” The dialog also has a host field (value “(local)”) and a path field.

The glow of sunlight is too bright to allow us to see outside.

WHITENESS

The sudden silence gradually becomes the sound of something dripping on a soft surface.
FADE IN:
SKY, ELECTRIC WIRES, AND BUILDINGS over which can be heard the hum of the power transformers. The buildings and sky fade out, leaving just the wires.

WATERY BACKGROUND with the words
“If you stay in a place like this, you might not be able to connect.”

As she walks down the sidewalk, Lain’s shadow reveals hidden red splotches.
The neighbourhood is particularly dense with overhead wires and their attendant hum.

Everything is now pure white. Lain tries to make out any kind of detail in the overwhelming light.
ARISU
E-mail! (The e-mail!)
LAIN
E-mail?
WATERY BACKGROUND with the words

“What’s it like when you die?” This is then replaced by a response: “It really hurts! :)”

It is now late afternoon, meaning that the light has faded enough to make out details in the world again. The electrical lines are still there (both visually and aurally).

COMPUTER (V.O.)
(continuing)
“–I have only given up my body. By doing this, I can explain to you that I am still alive. I wanted to let you know this, Lain, so I sent this e-mail to you. (I want the others to know, too, so I have sent them e-mails also.) Do you understand? It’s okay if you can’t right now. You will all understand soon. Everyone will.–
LAIN
(interrupting)
Why did you die?
COMPUTER (V.O.)
(continuing)
“–Rumor at school has it that this is a prank e-mail, but I want you to know that it isn’t, Lain.–
LAIN
(interrupting)
Why? Why did you die?

MIKA
(getting up)
I ate lunch late today. I’m done.

Mika leaves. Miho doesn’t even notice.

An “O Y” welcome box briefly appears in all of the monitors. Yasuo uses his mouse to launch a program called “Oyaji.exe” on the monitor right in front of him. The menu selections for this program are “File”, “Edit”, “Primitives”, “Lights”, “Materials”, “Curves”, “Selection” and “Show”. Yasuo selects “File”, then “Deformation Parameters” to get a dialog box (other File selections were “Automatic Envelope”, “Local Envelope”, “Global Envelope”, “Rigid Envelope”, “Envelope Assistant”, “Deformation Curves” and “Fast Interaction”). The dialog box, “OYJ Module Editor”, has Name set to “isosurface” with the note “isosurface is an OYJ mapper module. It is used to generate an 3D isosurface geometry.” The dialog also has a host field (value “(local)”) and a path field.

The glow of sunlight is too bright to allow us to see outside.

WHITENESS

The sudden silence gradually becomes the sound of something dripping on a soft surface.
FADE IN:
SKY, ELECTRIC WIRES, AND BUILDINGS over which can be heard the hum of the power transformers. The buildings and sky fade out, leaving just the wires.

WATERY BACKGROUND with the words
“If you stay in a place like this, you might not be able to connect.”

As she walks down the sidewalk, Lain’s shadow reveals hidden red splotches.
The neighbourhood is particularly dense with overhead wires and their attendant hum.

Everything is now pure white. Lain tries to make out any kind of detail in the overwhelming light.
ARISU
E-mail! (The e-mail!)
LAIN
E-mail?
WATERY BACKGROUND with the words

“What’s it like when you die?” This is then replaced by a response: “It really hurts! :)”

It is now late afternoon, meaning that the light has faded enough to make out details in the world again. The electrical lines are still there (both visually and aurally).

COMPUTER (V.O.)
(continuing)
“–I have only given up my body. By doing this, I can explain to you that I am still alive. I wanted to let you know this, Lain, so I sent this e-mail to you. (I want the others to know, too, so I have sent them e-mails also.) Do you understand? It’s okay if you can’t right now. You will all understand soon. Everyone will.–
LAIN
(interrupting)
Why did you die?
COMPUTER (V.O.)
(continuing)
“–Rumor at school has it that this is a prank e-mail, but I want you to know that it isn’t, Lain.–
LAIN
(interrupting)
Why? Why did you die?

MIKA
(getting up)
I ate lunch late today. I’m done.

Mika leaves. Miho doesn’t even notice.

An “O Y” welcome box briefly appears in all of the monitors. Yasuo uses his mouse to launch a program called “Oyaji.exe” on the monitor right in front of him. The menu selections for this program are “File”, “Edit”, “Primitives”, “Lights”, “Materials”, “Curves”, “Selection” and “Show”. Yasuo selects “File”, then “Deformation Parameters” to get a dialog box (other File selections were “Automatic Envelope”, “Local Envelope”, “Global Envelope”, “Rigid Envelope”, “Envelope Assistant”, “Deformation Curves” and “Fast Interaction”). The dialog box, “OYJ Module Editor”, has Name set to “isosurface” with the note “isosurface is an OYJ mapper module. It is used to generate an 3D isosurface geometry.” The dialog also has a host field (value “(local)”) and a path field.

The glow of sunlight is too bright to allow us to see outside.

WHITENESS

The sudden silence gradually becomes the sound of something dripping on a soft surface.
FADE IN:

SKY, ELECTRIC WIRES, AND BUILDINGS over which can be heard the hum of the power transformers. The buildings and sky fade out, leaving just the wires.

WATERY BACKGROUND with the words
“If you stay in a place like this, you might not be able to connect.”

As she walks down the sidewalk, Lain’s shadow reveals hidden red splotches.
The neighbourhood is particularly dense with overhead wires and their attendant hum.

Everything is now pure white. Lain tries to make out any kind of detail in the overwhelming light.
ARISU
E-mail! (The e-mail!)
LAIN
E-mail?
WATERY BACKGROUND with the words

“What’s it like when you die?” This is then replaced by a response: “It really hurts! :)”

It is now late afternoon, meaning that the light has faded enough to make out details in the world again. The electrical lines are still there (both visually and aurally).

COMPUTER (V.O.)
(continuing)
“–I have only given up my body. By doing this, I can explain to you that I am still alive. I wanted to let you know this, Lain, so I sent this e-mail to you. (I want the others to know, too, so I have sent them e-mails also.) Do you understand? It’s okay if you can’t right now. You will all understand soon. Everyone will.–
LAIN
(interrupting)
Why did you die?
COMPUTER (V.O.)
(continuing)
“–Rumor at school has it that this is a prank e-mail, but I want you to know that it isn’t, Lain.–
LAIN
(interrupting)
Why? Why did you die?

MIKA
(getting up)
I ate lunch late today. I’m done.

Mika leaves. Miho doesn’t even notice.
SKY, ELECTRIC WIRES, AND BUILDINGS over which can be heard the hum of the power transformers. The buildings and sky fade out, leaving just the wires.

WATERY BACKGROUND with the words
“If you stay in a place like this, you might not be able to connect.”

As she walks down the sidewalk, Lain’s shadow reveals hidden red splotches.
The neighbourhood is particularly dense with overhead wires and their attendant hum.

Everything is now pure white. Lain tries to make out any kind of detail in the overwhelming light.
ARISU
E-mail! (The e-mail!)
LAIN
E-mail?
WATERY BACKGROUND with the words

“What’s it like when you die?” This is then replaced by a response: “It really hurts! :)”

It is now late afternoon, meaning that the light has faded enough to make out details in the world again. The electrical lines are still there (both visually and aurally).

COMPUTER (V.O.)
(continuing)
“–I have only given up my body. By doing this, I can explain to you that I am still alive. I wanted to let you know this, Lain, so I sent this e-mail to you. (I want the others to know, too, so I have sent them e-mails also.) Do you understand? It’s okay if you can’t right now. You will all understand soon. Everyone will.–
LAIN
(interrupting)
Why did you die?
COMPUTER (V.O.)
(continuing)
“–Rumor at school has it that this is a prank e-mail, but I want you to know that it isn’t, Lain.–
LAIN
(interrupting)
Why? Why did you die?

MIKA
(getting up)
I ate lunch late today. I’m done.

Mika leaves. Miho doesn’t even notice.

An “O Y” welcome box briefly appears in all of the monitors. Yasuo uses his mouse to launch a program called “Oyaji.exe” on the monitor right in front of him. The menu selections for this program are “File”, “Edit”, “Primitives”, “Lights”, “Materials”, “Curves”, “Selection” and “Show”. Yasuo selects “File”, then “Deformation Parameters” to get a dialog box (other File selections were “Automatic Envelope”, “Local Envelope”, “Global Envelope”, “Rigid Envelope”, “Envelope Assistant”, “Deformation Curves” and “Fast Interaction”). The dialog box, “OYJ Module Editor”, has Name set to “isosurface” with the note “isosurface is an OYJ mapper module. It is used to generate an 3D isosurface geometry.” The dialog also has a host field (value “(local)”) and a path field.

The glow of sunlight is too bright to allow us to see outside.

WHITENESS

The sudden silence gradually becomes the sound of something dripping on a soft surface.
FADE IN:

An “O Y” welcome box briefly appears in all of the monitors. Yasuo uses his mouse to launch a program called “Oyaji.exe” on the monitor right in front of him. The menu selections for this program are “File”, “Edit”, “Primitives”, “Lights”, “Materials”, “Curves”, “Selection” and “Show”. Yasuo selects “File”, then “Deformation Parameters” to get a dialog box (other File selections were “Automatic Envelope”, “Local Envelope”, “Global Envelope”, “Rigid Envelope”, “Envelope Assistant”, “Deformation Curves” and “Fast Interaction”). The dialog box, “OYJ Module Editor”, has Name set to “isosurface” with the note “isosurface is an OYJ mapper module. It is used to generate an 3D isosurface geometry.” The dialog also has a host field (value “(local)”) and a path field.

The glow of sunlight is too bright to allow us to see outside.

WHITENESS

The sudden silence gradually becomes the sound of something dripping on a soft surface.
FADE IN:
SKY, ELECTRIC WIRES, AND BUILDINGS over which can be heard the hum of the power transformers. The buildings and sky fade out, leaving just the wires.

WATERY BACKGROUND with the words
“If you stay in a place like this, you might not be able to connect.”

As she walks down the sidewalk, Lain’s shadow reveals hidden red splotches.
The neighbourhood is particularly dense with overhead wires and their attendant hum.

Everything is now pure white. Lain tries to make out any kind of detail in the overwhelming light.
ARISU
E-mail! (The e-mail!)
LAIN
E-mail?
WATERY BACKGROUND with the words

“What’s it like when you die?” This is then replaced by a response: “It really hurts! :)”

It is now late afternoon, meaning that the light has faded enough to make out details in the world again. The electrical lines are still there (both visually and aurally).

COMPUTER (V.O.)
(continuing)
“–I have only given up my body. By doing this, I can explain to you that I am still alive. I wanted to let you know this, Lain, so I sent this e-mail to you. (I want the others to know, too, so I have sent them e-mails also.) Do you understand? It’s okay if you can’t right now. You will all understand soon. Everyone will.–
LAIN
(interrupting)
Why did you die?
COMPUTER (V.O.)
(continuing)
“–Rumor at school has it that this is a prank e-mail, but I want you to know that it isn’t, Lain.–
LAIN
(interrupting)
Why? Why did you die?

MIKA
(getting up)
I ate lunch late today. I’m done.

Mika leaves. Miho doesn’t even notice.

An “O Y” welcome box briefly appears in all of the monitors. Yasuo uses his mouse to launch a program called “Oyaji.exe” on the monitor right in front of him. The menu selections for this program are “File”, “Edit”, “Primitives”, “Lights”, “Materials”, “Curves”, “Selection” and “Show”. Yasuo selects “File”, then “Deformation Parameters” to get a dialog box (other File selections were “Automatic Envelope”, “Local Envelope”, “Global Envelope”, “Rigid Envelope”, “Envelope Assistant”, “Deformation Curves” and “Fast Interaction”). The dialog box, “OYJ Module Editor”, has Name set to “isosurface” with the note “isosurface is an OYJ mapper module. It is used to generate an 3D isosurface geometry.” The dialog also has a host field (value “(local)”) and a path field.

The glow of sunlight is too bright to allow us to see outside.

WHITENESS

The sudden silence gradually becomes the sound of something dripping on a soft surface.
FADE IN:

SKY, ELECTRIC WIRES, AND BUILDINGS over which can be heard the hum of the power transformers. The buildings and sky fade out, leaving just the wires.

WATERY BACKGROUND with the words
“If you stay in a place like this, you might not be able to connect.”

As she walks down the sidewalk, Lain’s shadow reveals hidden red splotches.
The neighbourhood is particularly dense with overhead wires and their attendant hum.

Everything is now pure white. Lain tries to make out any kind of detail in the overwhelming light.
ARISU
E-mail! (The e-mail!)
LAIN
E-mail?
WATERY BACKGROUND with the words

“What’s it like when you die?” This is then replaced by a response: “It really hurts! :)”

It is now late afternoon, meaning that the light has faded enough to make out details in the world again. The electrical lines are still there (both visually and aurally).

COMPUTER (V.O.)
(continuing)
“–I have only given up my body. By doing this, I can explain to you that I am still alive. I wanted to let you know this, Lain, so I sent this e-mail to you. (I want the others to know, too, so I have sent them e-mails also.) Do you understand? It’s okay if you can’t right now. You will all understand soon. Everyone will.–
LAIN
(interrupting)
Why did you die?
COMPUTER (V.O.)
(continuing)
“–Rumor at school has it that this is a prank e-mail, but I want you to know that it isn’t, Lain.–
LAIN
(interrupting)
Why? Why did you die?

MIKA
(getting up)
I ate lunch late today. I’m done.

Mika leaves. Miho doesn’t even notice.

An “O Y” welcome box briefly appears in all of the monitors. Yasuo uses his mouse to launch a program called “Oyaji.exe” on the monitor right in front of him. The menu selections for this program are “File”, “Edit”, “Primitives”, “Lights”, “Materials”, “Curves”, “Selection” and “Show”. Yasuo selects “File”, then “Deformation Parameters” to get a dialog box (other File selections were “Automatic Envelope”, “Local Envelope”, “Global Envelope”, “Rigid Envelope”, “Envelope Assistant”, “Deformation Curves” and “Fast Interaction”). The dialog box, “OYJ Module Editor”, has Name set to “isosurface” with the note “isosurface is an OYJ mapper module. It is used to generate an 3D isosurface geometry.” The dialog also has a host field (value “(local)”) and a path field.

The glow of sunlight is too bright to allow us to see outside.

WHITENESS

The sudden silence gradually becomes the sound of something dripping on a soft surface.
FADE IN:

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