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Sophomores portray 007

In an effort to preserve the James Bond legacy, the sophomore class plans to remake the classic films for their Nights Of The Stars production, Take My Breath Away.

?This years movie will be better than last years,? Melanie Nachtigall, ?08, said. ?We can pull it off. Sometimes it seems hard to carry out but we can do it.?

The sophomore class anticipates a better outcome than last year, considering the quality of their first year experience.

?I think our movie will be good this year,? Coleton Hutchins, ?08, said. ?We can not stoop any lower than last years movie.?

In choosing James Bond, the sophomore class has assumed a daunting task. The time and dedication to construct and film each scene is taken more serious now with their year of experience.

?Our class is really outgoing,? Samantha Krikorian, ?08, said. ?We have talented, dedicated, and determined people that want to get things done and are full of ideas.?

Though many may have qualified for the role of Bond, the part could only be awarded to one lucky sophomore.

?I am playing the role of James Bond in our movie,? Andrew Biehler, ?08, said. ?I was chosen to play James Bond because they thought I fit the part the best, I just do what I am told.?

Many students participating in the movie, previously entitled Time After Time, find pleasure in acting out scenes due to their fondness of the characters.

?I chose to be the shark because I liked the character,? Walter Scott, ?08, said. ?I got to beat up James Bond who is played by Andrew.?

Night of the Stars will be held on Feb. 11 at the International Trade Building in downtown Fresno. Portraits will be taken from 5:30-6:30 P.M. and dinner will be from 6:30-7:30 P.M.

The movies will begin promptly at Wilson?s Theatre at 8 P.M. ending at 10 P.M. The awards ceremony will be held immediately after, lasting for an hour.

Ticket sales will be on sale through Feb. 3, for a price of $50. For parents who want to see the movies a viewing will be held at Ground Zero on Feb. 11 starting at. 9 A.M.

?The class of ?08 will dominate,? Krikorian said. ?Be careful which one of us you hate because on the playing field, we determine your fate.?

For more information contact Josh Tosland, leadership adviser, at 299-1695 ext. 152 or talk to a leadership member.

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