The Flick - Act 2, Scenes 4 - 8 Summary & Analysis

Annie Baker
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Act 2, Scene 4 – Avery asks Sam to listen to the letter that he plans to send Steve in an attempt to convince him to keep the original projector and not convert to digital projection. Sam agrees, but only if Avery will do his impression of the Ezekiel 25:17 quote from “Pulp Fiction.” As Avery reads the letter, Sam becomes more and more enthused. At times, he falls silent. When Avery finishes, Sam tells him it’s a good letter. Then, he says he’s not convinced by Avery’s argument, adding that when it comes to the conversion, he (Sam) doesn’t really “care either way.” Avery doesn’t do the impression.

Act 2, Scene 5 – Wearing new uniforms, Sam and Rose discuss the transition to the new owner. An awkward pause leads Sam to confess that he went on a date with a girl named...

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