Francis Ford Coppola calls Carly Lyn, a nervous script reader, into his office. He accuses her of using Zoetrope Studios to network and advance her career. She admits that is true. And then he accuses her of being normal. Carly assures him that she is, in fact, bizarre. She attempts to convince him that she is a film person. Coppola chastises her for not liking any of the films he\'s directed. But when he discovers that Carly made a film (on 16mm, not that DV crap), he asks her to send him a script.