Lit in electric blue, Al B. Sure! looks at the skyscrapers in New York City, New York.
In black-and-white, the World Trade Center stands tall. Three young women walk together on the sidewalk.
The sun rises in a fiery orange over the Brooklyn Bridge and coating the New Yorker building.
In black-and-white, he winks as he stands on the sidewalk. Back in electric blue, one of the young women looks over her shoulder at him.
Back in black-and-white, he takes the elevator in his apartment building. He touches the brick as he walks up to the roof. A horse and carriage rides on the street.
In color, he and the young woman walk up the stairs to the roof at separate times.
In black-and-white, the three young women sit and notice Al. B Sure! hanging out near them.
In color, he walks in Central Park. He dances on the rooftop. He and the young woman talk.
Back in the fiery orange, he carries the young woman.
Al B. Sure! puts his hands in his pockets as he walks on the sidewalk. He rubs his eyes. Maybe he’ll take a nap once he gets home. He tossed and turned last night, going over each word his crush had said to him. She had asked to meet him at Central Park. From her tone, she seemed to be enthused and affectionate. However, she was a friendly person.
She was the one who talked to him first, though. He had been walking by her and her friends while heading to the subway and she looked over at him. While on the platform, he glanced over at her every so often. However, she had taken a different train. They shared the same schedule and he saw her the next day. He tapped her on the shoulder and asked her how she was. She says she’s good and wants to know if he works in the office building near her. He says he’s right next door to her office.
She waves at him as she sits on a bench and pats the seat next to her. He sits beside her and she asks him that she’s a little nervous about their date. He grins and says he was afraid she wasn’t going to show up. She takes his hand and asks if he wants to take a walk. He says “sure.”
Director: N/A Year: 1988