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EPISODE 1

MANILA
Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime. – Chinese proverb

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PANEL A
Several children are playing basketball on the street. The court is somewhere in the slums of Quezon City/Manila, Philippines. They seem to have fun. The sun sets and the moon already rises above the city. Next to the court, a large group of people is watching a cockfight. They are whooping and screaming at the cocks and each other.

TEXT BOX 1
Quezon City. April 10, 2021

PANEL B
Showing the skyline of Makati, another district of Manila. A lot of skyscrapers can be seen. Lights are glowing out of the window and are brightening the streets.

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In the meantime in Makati.

PANEL C
A wide shot of the Governor’s office. The Governor is sitting at his desk while his assistant standing right behind him, looking concerned.

ASSISTANT
Mr. Governor, the United Nations introduced a law which demands every country in the world to lower the rate of analphabets to 5%. In addition, places to study and for education are supposed to be for free in the future. And all that has to be achieved until 2030.

GOVERNOR
Oh my goodness. What the heck? How are we supposed to handle that in just nine years?

PANEL D
The governor stood up. He and his assistant are facing each other now. Still in his office.

GOVERNOR
It's impossible to solve a problem which is existing for decades. Within nine years?!

PANEL E
Close up on the assistant.

ASSISTANT
You have to send an EVOKE, Mr. Governor. Just like a lot of other countries already did.

PANEL F
Close up on the governor.

GOVERNOR
Hmm...that might be an idea. I don't know any other solution. Show me.

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To Be Continued …

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