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This film reminds me of both Elf and Splash, where the character who has been somewhere for ages discovers the new world of present society. Basically inventor Calvin Webber (Christopher Walken) built a strong bomb shelter under his house, and he and wife Helen Thomas Webber (Carrie's Sissy Spacek) become convinced that a nuclear blast happened, but they can't get out for 35 years, they are currently in the 1960s. When this time has passed their son, Adam (Brendan Fraser) is grown up and goes up to try and fit in to the world of the 1990s. Along the way he meets new friends Eve Rustikoff (Alicia Silverstone) and Troy (A Bug's Life's Dave Foley). It is Adam's naive nature, politeness and lack of all intelligence that not only makes him weird, but wins Eve's heart. Also starring Joey Slotnick as Soda Jerk/ Archbishop Melker. The highlight of the film for me is when Adam dances with two blonde women when looking for a girlfriend or wife, he is really good. Good!
When "Blast from the Past" came out, it looked kind of silly, especially since Brendan Fraser had just played a very good role in "Gods and Monsters". It turns out that this is a very well done movie. In this case, a scientist (Christopher Walken) and his wife (Sissy Spacek) move into their fallout shelter during the Cuban Missile Crisis and lock themselves in for 35 years when they think that a bomb has fallen. So, when their son is born in there, they continue raising him as though it's still 1962.When the door finally opens in the late 1990s, the dad walks out and gets mistaken for a God while thinking that his neighborhood has been populated by mutants! From there, much of the movie consists of the son (Fraser) leaving the shelter and interacting with people as he was raised to do. But when he meets a modern-day valley girl (Alicia Silverstone), his life just might change...if he can get out of the Perry Como mold.Anyway, "BFTP" is a really fun movie. I would say that it and Joe Dante's "Matinee" are the two great movies centering on the Cuban Missile Crisis ("Thirteen Days" was good but seemed one-sided). It sure would have been neat to experience this movie.
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SCENE 1: MOTEL ROOMFADE IN on super-close-up of TV screen, all snow; after a moment the channel is changed so that we\u2019re receiving a local news broadcast; LOCAL ANCHOR is speaking gravely as, behind him, a still of a recent bomb blast scene looms.SCENE 1A: LOCAL ANCHOROnce again, our top story, another bombing, this time of a local transit bus. As authorities scramble to respond to this latest incident\u2026FLASHBACKSequence B is a series of images of hands leaving a backpack on a bus, booted feet moving away, and an overhead, slow motion view of the bus exploding in a large fireball.LOCAL ANCHOR continuedWe\u2019ve learned that law enforcement is following leads to a possible domestic terror group. Police are looking for a man seen getting off of the bus moments before the explosion. The man is described as a Caucasian of average build, approximately 6 feet tall and one hundred seventy-five pounds. The man was wearing a denim jacket.The bus explodes into a fireball.Then we return to the motel room to see the bomber working over a very menacing-looking assembly of wires and lights. Perhaps he grunts in laughter at how clueless the news folks seem to be:LOCAL ANCHOR continuedNews Six has learned that authorities have already received claims of responsibility by known domestic terror groups\u2026\u2026and we\u2019ve begun tracking in tight to the television, until it again fills the frame.LOCAL ANCHOR continued\u2026but officials had no comment at this time, saying only that the FBI is following up on all leads and is coordinating with local law enforcement.News 6 reporter Lisa Vasquez spoke with Special Agent Jacobs, who is leading the investigation.SCENE 2: HOST SEGUECUT TO Exterior, mobile command post. VASQUEZ interviewing ARNOLD \u201cJAKE\u201d JACOBS, a veteran agent, we are in what seems to be a standard, handheld local news look (it\u2019s going to become a tracking shot, but for now it\u2019s stable:)VASQUEZWhat can you tell us about the investigation?JACOBSThere\u2019s a great deal of physical evidence and we\u2019re following up on all leads.VASQUEZDo you see any similarities between the earlier bombing and this one?JACOBSNot at this time.VASQUEZDo you think that both of the bombings could be the work of a single person?JACOBSWe can\u2019t say at this time\u2026(She\u2019s trying to move away, she\u2019s sticking with him)VASQUEZBut what about the bomber\u2019s letters to the newspapers? What can you tell us about that?JACOBSThis is an ongoing investigation and we\u2019re following up on all available resources to bring to justice, those who are responsible. That\u2019s all I can say for now, thank you.JACOBS crossed under the tape and we track along to stay with him as he reaches ANDREWS, his young female partner, and we shall hear a brief piece of their conversation, as we track slowly past them:ANDREWSWe\u2019ve got a couple of witnesses say that only one guy got off at this stop, walking with his head down, headed back in the direction the bus came from\u2026JACOBSOh, okay. So south, southeast\u2026ANDREWSRight\u2026JACOBSOkay, let\u2019s go through all the closed circuit TV potential. There\u2019s a lot of businesses in the area, maybe one of \u2018em got something on video.ANDREWSThey\u2019re checking.JACOBSGood\u2026what about forensics?Jacobs continues to ad lib as the camera moves past them and we come to a stop framed on our Guest Host, Annie WerschingWERSCHINGAs a business owner, you already know that \u201cCCTV\u201d, closed circuit television, can help deter or solve a crime on your premises.You\u2019re about to see that they can do even more. Your CCTV system might even help solve a terrorist attack.That is, if it\u2019s up to the task. Basic setup and maintenance problems reduce the performance of many systems.So, what about yours? Do your cameras provide enough resolution for facial recognition? Are they positioned for a clear view of the subject? Is the lighting adequate to capture clear images both day and night? Is your recorder set up for the best image detail? Are you maintaining and managing your system so that it can do its job when it\u2019s really needed?We\u2019re gonna show you how to get the most from your CCTV system and that starts with capturing \u201crecognition quality images\u201d , with the detail law enforcement needs to identify the people and events captured by your cameras.WE NOW SPLIT SCREEN TO THREE IMAGES: ANDREWS at FBI VIDEO LAB, which shrinks to make room for JACOBS and ANDREWS in a convenience store, talking to manager, which in turn shrinks to make way for ANDREWS visiting a local pharmacy or home improvements store and then we return to the VIDEO LAB frame and we expand it until it fills the entire screen.SCENE 3: FBI LABAt the moment, ANDREWS is talking to a white-coated technician and JACOBS enters.JACOBSWhaddawe have?ANDREWSYou want the good news or the bad news?JACOBSThere\u2019s good news?ANDREWSWe canvassed a pharmacy and they mentioned that someone came in and bought four gallons of FLAMMABLE LIQUID. The cashier thought is was a little weird, and also said the guy paid in cash.(INTERCUT FOOTAGE OF BOMBER PURCHASING LIQUID AND PAYING IN CASH)JACOBSPlease tell me there was a camera on his face.ANDREWSI\u2019ll get to that. We have another lead. A female who works the cheap motels on Route 60, says she was waiting on someone, and saw a guy matching the description wearing a denim jacket. Also said he had a tattoo on his neck. Said he came in, paid for five nights in cash. Said he didn\u2019t have any ID or credit cards and put another hundred on the counter.JACOBSDid we get him on camera?ANDREWSNo, the system wasn\u2019t running, and as for the pharmacy\u2026JACOBSWhat?ANDREWSWell we\u2019re getting to the Bad News part.JACOBSWhat, was the camera off?? Did they run out of tape? What?ANDREWSNo, we got him at the pharmacy.JACOBSSo, how is that bad?TECHNICIANIt might be easier if we just show him.TECHNICIAN brings up image on monitor. We see our subject enter the pharmacy but the flare from sunlight on the window makes him unrecognizable.JACOBSThat\u2019s the pharmacy?ANDREWSYeah. See, the sun is so bright on the doorway\u2026JACOBSYeah I see. No, I don\u2019t see. Wait, where did he go?TECHNICIANThe camera is using a low frame rate. Saves on drive space and gives you a better image quality. But, the problem is you might not get any image at all.JACOBSNow you see him, now you don\u2019t.TECHNICIANExactly. Here he is walking down the aisle way and picking out a couple of backpacks. Now, ERT found pieces of backpacks at both scenes consistent with the types sold at this store.We have a shot which might actually be worth something if a temporary sale display wasn\u2019t almost totally blocking the view; we can perhaps see the barest sliver of someone, maybe one arm and a slight bit of their neck.JACOBSThis is useless.TECHNICIANWe got a really good shot of that sign\u2026JACOBSWhich does what?TECHNICIAN(realizing this observation wasn\u2019t helpful:)Which does nothing. Here he is at the cash register.We see a full body shot of the subject but he\u2019s out of focus, unrecognizable.TECHNICIANAnd that is what we call a focus problem\u2026probably haven\u2019t checked the thing in weeks\u2026JACOBSCan you enhance it?TECHNICIANI\u2019m not a wizard, and we\u2019re not on TV, so no. I can enlarge it for you, but without the details\u2026(He enlarges the image which blurs into a collage of blurry pixels)JACOBS(trying to be reasonable rather than upset)So what we\u2019re seeing is, we would have had him, except for the sun on the door, the display blocking the view, the other camera set up. Someone tell me, is it so hard to get these things set up and useful?ANDREWSI mean it\u2019s not that hard\u2026but merchants aren\u2019t thinking about what we might need in law enforcement. They just figure, \u2018Hey, I\u2019ve got a camera, I\u2019m covered\u2019. They\u2019re not thinking about image quality.TECHNICIANYou know, we see this kind of thing everyday.JACOBSWhat kind of thing? English please.ANDREWSSmall words.(Jacobs gives her a look.)TECHNICIANI\u2019ll show you.SCENE 4: FBI LABTHEY MOVE TO TABLE on which we see examples of the all equipment about to be discussedTECHNICIANNow to start with, what most people would call \u201ctaking a picture\u201d we like to call \u201ccapturing an image\u201d or better yet, \u201ccapturing video data.\u201d The better the quality of the data, the better the quality of the image,the more you can see and the more you can do with it. Okay so far?JACOBSMakes sense.TECHNICIANNow, there\u2019s all kinds of equipment for capturing images. Setting up the best CCTV requires figuring out the best hardware for a business owner\u2019s needs. Now, some hardware is just no good for that no matter what.(holds up web cam, shows image of them in nearby monitor)This is a web cam. Check this out.TECHNICIANSee? Blurry, out of focus,okay for internet, totally awful if you need quality video. There\u2019s just not enough detail.We see the image freeze and degrade horribly when it\u2019s enlarged.TECHNICIANWe\u2019ve got a capture, but it\u2019s not what we call recognition quality, the resolution is too low.He is moving down the table, as though shopping, each kind of camera he names is represented:TECHNICIANWe got analog, digital, black and white, color\u2026all these cameras use chips and generally speaking, the bigger the chip the better the picture quality,you get better detail, more control of contrast like between very bright and very dim areas\u2026JACOBSLike in the pharmacy?TECHNICIANExactly, hey Andrews, do you mind walking over to the mannequin for me? We\u2019ll bring back our friend the webcam.LIGHTS BLAZE ON at One end of the room, perhaps there is an 8x10 picture or test pattern on an easel, or perhaps we take a picture of Andrews who steps in front of the camera.TECHNICIANCheck this out. Look familiar?Indeed, we have a flare out exactly like the pharmacy. Maybe even do a side by side look at both?TECHNICIANOkay now watch this. This is a good camera, high resolution. Plenty of dynamic range.The camera\u2019s image is crisp and sharp and the light seems useful rather than damaging.The bank of lights brightens, then dims, then brightens, and so on.TECHNICIANSee? A camera like this one has no trouble keeping up with shifting conditions. Far superior capture technology. Higher resolution. Better dynamic range. Here, look at \u2018em side by side.We see this view.JACOBSThere\u2019s no comparison.TECHNICIANExactly. The minimum camera resolution should be 480 horizontal lines.ANDREWSBut it\u2019s not just about resolution and range. That camera, the good one, also has a faster lens.JACOBS\u201cFaster\u201d?TECHNICIANA faster lens allows more light in. Has a larger maximum aperture opening, which lets more light through to the focal plane of the camera. Now what this does is\u2026it allows for brighter images in dimmer lighting. More light means more depth of field.TECHNICIAN BRINGS AGENTS TO TRANPARENT MONITOR AND DEMONSTRATES. SHOWS3D GRAPHIC explaining concepts of aperture opening/camera focal plane, depth of field.JACOBSDepth of field?TECHNICIANThe more depth of field you have, the more of the scene is in focus.ANDREWSYou also have to consider focal length.JACOBS(struggling:)Focal length?ANDREWSRight. Some cameras zoom in and out, where others have a fixed focal length, it all depends on what you need.TECHNICIANRight, say for anything at a point of transaction, like at a cash register or a toll booth the subjects head should fill at least 15% of the total image in frame giving you the detail you need.JACOBSSo you\u2019d like the back to school sign to be at zero percent, right?ANDREWSRight, lines of sight are always critical. You want to make sure there aren\u2019t any obstructions.TECHNICIANWhich is all part of having the right site plan. Now, here is a store blueprint.RESETWe see a frozen frame of the store.ANDREWSNow, this is retail so the key camera spots are transaction points\u2026JACOBSCash registers?ANDREWSRight, and entrances and exits.JACOBSDo we need both?ANDREWSThe more the better.These locations being marked on wireframe diagram.TECHNICIANYou\u2019re going to want cameras here\u2026here\u2026here\u2026and here. Now, you\u2019ll have to throw in some extra coverage for restrooms, and the aisles, and other key points.ANDREWSCan you show coverage?The wireframe now includes alternate colored cones or other indicators of the cameras\u2019 range of coverage.TECHNICIANOf course. Hang on. Oh, good overlap.ANDREWSRight, you want multiple chances to capture a good image\u2026We track the following in the diagram:TECHNICIAN\u2026Guy comes in here, boom, got him. Guy goes over to get a snack or something, boom, got him again. Guy comes over to check out, boom. Exits the building and, boom.ANDREWSAlso, the camera height is very important you want to make sure it\u2019s as close to eye level as possible. Otherwise you might lose out to a baseball cap. And with a good site plan you can make sure you don\u2019t have any blind spots.Maybe a blind spot flashes red in the diagram?ANDREWSYou can toy around with the camera positions. Do a test recording to make sure you\u2019re getting what you wanted.Maybe we see, in diagram, the X\u2019s marking camera spots moving slightly and the blind spots narrowing and the vanishing altogether.We collapse the wire frame and we\u2019re back in the real world.CUT, SCENE CHANGETECHNICIANAnother big thing here is lighting.JACOBSI thought lens speed took care of light problemsANDREWSIt helps, but it isn\u2019t the whole ball gameJACOBSThen what kind of camera do we get\u2026TECHNICIANOh, no, I\u2019m talking about actual lights. Here. Take a look at this.Show sequence of three still images: register with good lighting in morning, register with area behind counter showing high contrast in afternoon, then light bank added to even out the lighting.TECHNICIANSee, the lighting is great in the morning, but by the afternoon the sun\u2019s blowing out the whole frame.He adds light, the picture improves.TECHNICIANBut look, you add an extra bank of lights to fill in during the afternoon and you get more clarity. See, you can balance bright light from one direction with light from another source. You\u2019re adding more light, but it\u2019s from another direction and it helps even things out.He demonstrates.ANDREWSAnd sometimes if you have bright light through a big window, you have no choice but to, say, tint the window or put up a shade. And if you\u2019re outside, in the street or parking lot you need to set up timers on your artificial lights. You\u2019d rather them coming on a little earlier than a little later.TECHNICIANTake a look at this. This is a gas station we worked with, they were having break-ins at the rear of the building, and they had a good quality camera and lights on a timer but they weren\u2019t keeping up with how much earlier it was getting dark. Chance to see the bad guy and we miss it.Robber exiting car and pulling on mask, but we can\u2019t make him out.TECHNICIANSo they adjust their timer. A few days later, THE SAME guy tries it AGAIN,but this time we got him.Similar footage, but the light is much better, face very clear.JACOBSSo I use higher resolution?TECHNICIANYep.JACOBSAnd\u2026control for the right depth of field and contrast.TECHNICIAN and ANDREWStogetherYep.JACOBSThen if I put together a site plan with the correct camera coverage, positioning, frames per second, and lighting, and I\u2019m more likely to get a recognition-quality recording.TECHNICIANYou got it!CUT TO Bomber, still working in hotel room, focused, diligent \u2026 possibly cut to medium close-up but there is only static and snow where his face ought to be.CUT TO LABJACOBS CELL PHONE RINGS.ANDREWSYeah? We\u2019re on our way.(hangs up)The home supply store has some video for us, we can pick it up.TECHNICIANHang on, there\u2019s a couple things you guys got to know before you can go\u2026ANDREWS AND JACOBS ON THE MOVE:JACOBSI\u2019ll call you when we\u2019re rolling, you can fill me in en route.SCENE 5: CARCUT TO JACOBS AND ANDREWS IN CAR, Andrews is on phone with TECHNICIAN, we\u2019ll cut back and forth between lab and car.JACOBSYou mean we just can\u2019t grab the tape and bring it back?TECHNICIANChances are there is no tape. Most systems now a days are fully digital. So, you are going to have to go over the recordings and make sure the video you want is there.JACOBSThe guy said it was there!TECHNICIANYeah, but it could be over-recorded by now. So make sure. And, you need to figure out how much footage you need to collect, then make sure you collect in the native file with the proprietary player.JACOBSOkay, slow down. Speak English please.TECHNICIANThe native file is just the original form of a file. With most digital systems, the specific attributes of the video files are proprietary to the program that created it.JACOBSYou\u2019re not speaking English yet.TECHNICIANDVR\u2019s use compression to get more space out of their storage. Some compression throws away potential image detail. The native file format is usually the least compressed. Best image, but you usually need specific manufacturer software to play it. A lot of systems export what we like to call \u2018open file,\u2019 like .avi. Problem is, they\u2019re usually compressed even further. Which means image quality is reduced.JACOBSWhew. I actually understood that.TECHNICIANGood. So get me both formats. One other thing. We\u2019re gonna need to know the output options on the machine to retrieve the video.JACOBSOutput options?TECHNICIANYeah. It could be a DVD, CD burner, or USB port...JACOBSOkay I\u2019m with you. If we run into anything weird we\u2019ll give you a shout from the store. Otherwise, we\u2019ll call you when we\u2019re inbound.TECHNICIANOkay.He hangs up; ANDREWS gives him a look.SCENE 6: STORE OFFICECUT TO Interior STORE, ANDREWS AND JACOBS WITH STORE MANAGERANDREWSSo this is about ten minutes\u2019 worth, you said?JACOBSWhat\u2019s the video format?MANAGERIt\u2019s an avi file I think.JACOBSIs that the native recording?MANGERI\u2019m not sure what it is, but it\u2019s what we have\u2026.JACOBSHang on.ANDREWSCalling for backup?JACOBSYou bet your badge\u2026..TECHNICIANEdwards.JACOBSYeah, yeah, we\u2019re here. Now listen, we have the avi file but the fella that\u2019s helping us out is not sure if it\u2019s the native recording or not.TECHNICIANOK. Let me talk to him.JACOBSUm, our technician wants to ask you a few questions.MANAGERSure. Hello?TECHNICIANHi. I need to get some system information.MANAGERSure.TECHNICIANIf you can get me a brand name and a model number, then I can figure out the native format.MANAGERI don\u2019t see a brand, but the model number is xl 327. ?CUT TO TECHNICIANTECHNICIANYeah, I know it. the native format isn\u2019t AVI, it\u2019s DVR. Does that sound familiar?MANAGERNo.TECHNICIANOkay, thanks. Would you put Agent Jacobs back on ?MANAGER HANDING PHONE TO JACOBS, he\u2019s clearly worried that he\u2019s somehow letting them down.MANAGEROkay. He wants to talk to you again.JACOBSYeah? Really? Okay.Sir, we\u2019re gonna need to retrieve the native file in addition to the avi file. Can you do that?MANAGERI don\u2019t know how. But the installer may still be here on site. Let me see. Sara. Is the CCTV guy still here?SARAYes.MANAGERCan you send him to the office please?SARAHSure, stand by.MANAGERThank you.ANDREWSGood. We\u2019re gonna review the avi files while we wait, ok.MANAGERHelp yourself !ANDREWSThanks. Okay here we go\u2026That\u2019s weird.JACOBSWhat\u2026ANDREWSLemme check\u2026. yeah, there\u2019s only these FIVE camera views. Just these and that\u2019s it.JACOBSOh, so you\u2019re thinking of getting all the camera views.ANDREWSYeah, why not, I mean I\u2019ve got at least fifteen, sixteen cameras, we should review them all. We could get lucky.INSTALLER WALKS INHi guys. How can I help you?ANDREWSHi. Yeah. We need video from all the cameras during the time of the incident in the native file format. Can you do that?INSTALLERYeah, sure. No problem. It\u2019ll take a while. Did you want the viewer with that?ANDREWSYeah. And we can wait. Can you throw in the avi\u2019s too?INSTALLERSure.ANDREWSThanks. You never know how many people need fertilizer till you see it like this\u2026.JACOBSYeah, I\u2019m thinking about paving my whole yard, save some time\u2026.ANDREWSYou see what we were talking about earlier, with resolution and frames per second.JACOBSYeah, I see that camera there isn\u2019t picking up all the video frames but it\u2019s a tradeoff between camera quality or what we can fit on the drive.JACOBSWhoa- whoa! Back it up, back it up about two seconds.ANDREWSOkay\u2026\u2026JACOBSFreeze. Make it bigger. That guy.ANDREWSThat could be\u2026 I mean, that\u2019s a denim jacket\u2026 can\u2019t see much else, but\u2026JACOBSHe was in here you can bet a week\u2019s pay.ANDREWSHey, did you make a site plan?INSTALLERYup. We keep that with the system. It\u2019s right here.ANDREWSThanks.SCENE 7: FBI LABCUT TO LAB, It\u2019s a bit later, they\u2019ve got everything they need from the home supply store. TECHNICIAN has just loaded all the data. ANDREWS is studying the site plan.ANDREWSIf this site plan is accurate they\u2019ve got pretty good coverage\u2026JACOBSWe\u2019re looking for Tuesday the fourteenth, around eleven in the morning.TECHNICIANOkay\u2026Here is what that guy wanted to give you, the AVI file, and here\u2026is the native, proprietary format.The latter is much better.JACOBSWow.TECHNICIANYup, they lose a ton of resolution when they convert formats.ANDREWSHey guys!Grab camera four and step through about eleven oh five, I think the guy must have\u2026TECHNICIANParking lot\u2026..JACOBSGood idea, we get a better view.ANDREWSThere!TECHNICIANThat him? By the GREEN car?JACOBSI think he\u2019s right. Can you get closer to get a license plate number?TECHNICIANNo way. These cams are good but they\u2019re just set up for a wide angle view of the lot. I can\u2019t get the plate, but it looks to me like that\u2019s a GREEN late model 4-door.JACOBSI am sick to death of \u201calmost\u201d!TECHNICIANLemme just see if they\u2026oh yes, Thank you, thank you, thank you!JACOBSWhat?TECHNICIANLook, see this site plan has everything\u2026SITE PLAN IS SHOWN CLOSE, maybe graphically highlight the info as the tech mentions is.TECHNICIAN continuedit gives camera positions, resolutions, frames per second, setup, frame size - everything, this is exactly what a site plan is supposed to look like, now we just need\u2026.ANDREWSTry camera three!TECHNICIANExactly.JACOBSWhat\u2019s camera three?TECHNICIANIt shows a lot of the same area, but slightly different angle but much, much better quality. And more frames per second... gives us more to work with. Let me just\u2026move through\u2026All three of them are very still.JACOBSBingo!TECHNICIANThat\u2019s him!ANDREWSThere he is!JACOBSGot his face\u2026We\u2019re zooming in very slowly on his face, the image will jump in our viewTECHNICIANNice resolution, and we can get inPretty close\u2026.ANDREWSI think our best bet is camera twelve, behind the register.New image. Sharp. We recognize him but the image is wide angle. And:JACOBSThere!TECHNICIANWait, hold on, hold on\u2026they have a close-up camera\u2026.JACOBSThere\u2019s the tattoo! Right there!ANDREWSYep we\u2019ve got four gallons of bomb making fluid ,the car, the tattoo and his face!JACOBSI\u2019m gonna call our guy at the motel. Hello Cal! Yeah, listen up, it\u2019s Jacobs, we\u2019re pretty sure that the guy\u2019s in a GREEN, late model 4-door, we\u2014do you? Sit tight. I\u2019ll get back to you.Andrews, Get SWAT and the bomb techs to that address!We have your face!SCENE 8: TAKE DOWNWe CUT TO Bomber\u2019s room, and we see again the static and snow over the face\u2026 but as JACOBS speaks, the snow fills in with an accurate image. He seems surprised, almost as though he\u2019s aware of some new visibility, and that\u2019s when he turns at the sound of the officer knocking\u2026 meanwhile we can see the SWAT team in position, ready to move and on JACOB\u2019S screen we hear:JACOBSSo many ways for the system to fail\u2026Through the ensuing, we will see the bomb and SWAT team staging, then entering\u2026.JACOBSThe wrong camera\u2026the right camera, used the wrong way\u2026not making the most of your site plan\u2026not getting the most out of your recording equipment\u2026insufficient training of the staff that works with the gear\u2026But: when the system works\u2026This line spoken just as they\u2019re taking the bomber down, in crashing, painful, super slow motion\u2026.then everything but JACOBS shrinks and she says, simply:JACOBSIt can make all the difference.Into the frame steps Annie WerschingSCENE 9: HOST WRAPWERSCHINGWe hope this video makes a difference in the way you think about and operate YOUR CCTV system.If you\u2019re gonna do it, do it right \u2013 for yourself; for law enforcement; and your community.For a quick review, along with more details on CCTV operations, set up and maintenance, click on the special features section of this DVD.I\u2019m Annie Wersching. 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