An Ivor Production
Your 15 year old son has for the last three years been an enthusiastic member of his school's Film Club. He has told you on more than one occasion that his ambition is to become a film producer, something in which you have encouraged him as his abilities in other areas do seem limited.
At the start of this semester Quentin came home all excited and told you that he had been nominated to be the producer of the film they are going to make. A week or so later he tells you that he has arranged for several of the boys to come round after school to do auditions for the two main male roles. When you ask why he is carrying them out here rather than at school he says that he felt it would be more relaxing for those being auditioned and thus they would be able to perform better.
You get home tonight a little earlier than usual and as you open the front door you can hear Quentin talking. As you don't want to interrupt you walk quietly through the house until you
see through the open door of the family room:
Now what happens?