Transcript: Windsor Kite | Oct 19, 2002

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From the perspective of a car in motion, postcards float around. The title of the show appears printed as if it were a postcard. It reads "TVO. Windsor, Ontario."

Dany appears on screen. He’s in his thirties. He has short dark hair in a neat cut and is clean-shaven. He wears sunglasses and a black sleeveless T-shirt. He’s in the beach flying a kite.

He says MY NAME'S DANNY, AND HERE I
AM ON THE BANKS OF THE DETROIT
RIVER ON THE WINDSOR SIDE.
FLYING A STUNT KITE IS DIFFERENT
FROM A REGULAR KITE, IN ONE
SENSE.
YOU'VE GOT TWO STRINGS AND YOU
HAVE CONTROL.
YOU CAN ACTUALLY DRIVE THE KITE.
IT'S FREEDOM.
YOU KNOW, YOU FEEL LIKE YOU'RE
AN EXTENSION OF THE KITE SO IT
GIVES YOU THAT SENSE OF, LIKE,
YOU CAN FLY.
I WAS WATCHING T.V. ONTARIO A
COUPLE OF YEARS AGO, AND I SEEN
THIS PROGRAM ON HOW TO FLY A
STUNT KITE.
IT TOOK ME A COUPLE OF YEARS TO
ACTUALLY GO OUT AND DO IT, AND
THIS WAS THAT YEAR.

(music plays)

The TVO logo appears.

Watch: Windsor Kite