Transcript: Jewellry Guy | Dec 12, 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. Toronto, Ontario."

A man standing in a handmade jewelry stall braids a white cord. He is in his forties, clean-shaven with brown hair parted in the middle. He wears sunglasses, a denim jacket and blue shirt.

He says WELL, THIS I LEARNED IN
MY COUNTRY, CHILE.

A female customer says LET ME SEE SOMETHING.

He says YOU CAME, YOU CAME, YOU
CAME TO THE RIGHT SPOT, EY?

The customer says OH, YEAH.
LOOK AT THAT RIGHT THERE.

She shows the bracelet he just put on her.

He says YOU'RE LOOKING GOOD, EY?

The customer says I LIKE.

He says YOU INTERACT WITH PEOPLE.
YOU MEET A LOT OF DIFFERENT
PEOPLE, YOU KNOW, JUST AH,
DIFFERENT BACKGROUND.
YOU KNOW, LIKE TORONTO'S
MULTICULTURAL, ALL DIFFERENT
CULTURES.
AND, AND JUST THE FRESH AIR.
THAT'S REALLY IMPORTANT FOR
ME.

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The TVO logo appears.

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