The Flick - Act 2, Scenes 1 - 3 Summary & Analysis

Annie Baker
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Act 2, Scene 1 – Three days later, Sam is back from his brother’s wedding. He speaks bitterly about how happy everyone seemed in spite of the whole occasion being a joke. His mother went “over the top” with the arrangements. Also, everybody pretended the food was good when it was awful. Sam tells a long story about how he, the guy who hates people bringing food into the theater from outside, brought some tamales into a movie theater. Then, he lost them. When Avery seems confused about the story, Sam comments that the story made more sense when it was still in his head before he told it.

Rose comes in with news that she thinks that Steve is selling The Flick to a company that will change to digital projection. Avery comments that if that happens, he might have to quit. After...

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