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BB -- The Michigan Daily - Weekend, etc. Magazine - Thursday, February 22, 2001
SomethingLot
SomethingFound
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The Michigan Daily - Weekend, etc. Mag

"U of M's Internet
Two Facility Hacked,
Consequences yet to
be determined."
In a shot at North
Campus two onlook-
ers (Aleksi and
Marin) stare at the

Photostory by Joyce Lee
"Something Lost, Something Found" is a film written,
produced, and directed by film/English student Robert
Fischer; Scott Frankel, who is a photography major and
the Director of Photography for this Film & Video 400
project.
The beginning of the story takes place at Mongolian
Barbeque, where Samsera Deliad, a victim of a robbery
that is a decoy for the Internet Two break in on North
Campus, walks in and retrieves the business card for
Detective Brand Michaels.
When hired by Samsera, Brand receives a retainer fee, a
business card for School Kids Records, and a CD from
Blind Pig Records. To-gather information on the CD, he
goes to School Kids Records. While searching for infor-
mation, unnoticed by Brand a tall mysterious woman
Aleksi is watching him.
he mots Alek:i who es his rare Blind Ig CD
and asks him to share a drink. You can figure out what
happens to Detective Brand in the end.

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