An ongoing daily series of scenes for a Steve Jobs biopic.
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“BOSCUTTI’S STEVE JOBS” SCENE 134
2010 – JOBS FAMILY HOME – PALO ALTO – EVENING
A car drives past the 1930s British country style home. It’s modest, low-roofed. Blends easily into the quiet neighborhood.
Sounds of dishes clattering. The kitchen window is clearly visible from the street. Through the kitchen window, Jobs, 55, is at the sink washing dishes. Wearing a black mock turtle neck. Complete focused on the task at hand.
There’s no tall wall blocking the kitchen window. No high fence. There’s a small orchard in the front yard. A tulip garden by the driveway.