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Grand Theft Autumn (Where Is Your Boy Tonight?) Student Music Video

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Published on Feb 25, 2007

During first semester of freshman year in high school, I was in TV Productions; one of our projects in December was to make a music video.
Unfortunately, one of my favorite clips wound up as a very confusing blackout, which Lydia took home on the last day to fix (read: save our asses).
There were a few things that were bugging me about the original, so I tweaked it at a later date.
Another unfortunate thing that happened was that Shani, our third team member, ended her time as a transfer student and she returned to her home in Israel before the footage was even done being taped, and thus she has not seen the video yet.

The two songs used (Grand Theft Autumn and This Ain't A Scene, It's an Arms Race) are both copyright Fall Out Boy. This is despite the fact that "scene" will never sound like "scene" in that song and will instead, forever and for always, sound like "city."

Backstory for the video:
There's a couple, and they just broke up. The boy is singing about the girl, who now has nothing to do and spends a lot of her time wandering around and moping until she decides to move on. It's nothing amazing: just a boy and a girl, living life and getting through.
Filmed on location at: Walt Whitman High School and the Hohenboken house.
Comments that are not chain letters are appreciated - I'd like to know how I did not concerning the rubric.
I know the sound quality is shitty - technical difficulties occur with multiple transactions

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