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These ideas are awesome! :-) Seriously, Valeria, the last time you watched a Hitchcock, were you really watching, or were you thinking about your next campaign?! This is a great story you've created here. Now I can't really add details here, not when you've compared great ideas to a legend, so I'm gonna keep mum.

Though one point I could add here, ahem, (think you've got this covered in the "Ordinary Person")is The Hero, who's just another guy with unbelievable potential within him (or her), until the calling comes. And without trying to sound cheesy, I guess "there's a hero inside us all if we look inside our heart!". I'll have to credit Mariah Carey for that pointer though!

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