3 Actors needed for corporate training video. Client is Cisco Systems, and subject matter is healthcare technology.I'm not sure what the plot is for this skit, but my stunted imagination leaps to a scenario where a young mother and father, desperate to cure their child's restless leg syndrome, enlist the help of Cisco Systems to provide a solution.
2 Adults, mid twenties-mid thirties, must be fluent in English & Vietnamese.
1 Child, 8-12 years old, of Vietnamese decent, with non-speaking role.
Video to be shot in San Jose at end of March. Will be shot in the evening.
Adult Roles pay $450 for 6 hour shoot, child role pays $150. Send headshot & resume. Actors Only - this is a non-union job
Cisco's reps show up to the family's abode in suburban Haiphong and, upon assessing the situation, they dutifully strap the kid to a CRS-1 core router. The kid actually finds the whole thing soothing because of the CRS-1's droning fans and radiant warmth. The child's restless leg suddenly falls asleep.
"That's absolutely amazing," says the father, dumbfounded at how adding more routers really can fix every problem imaginable, just like in real networks. Wistfully he asks: "Can you do anything for my wife's Fibromyalgia?"
The Cisco reps smile and return quickly with two Cisco 7600 Series routers. As the woman sits in a chair, they commence sandwiching her in between the routers until she lets out a small moan. "She's okay," the rep says. "This is a more delicate condition, so we're using more focused routers."
The happy father thanks the Cisco reps as they leave him with 4,500 pages of documentation and in-service upgrade instructions. He'll have to trade in his mini-van for an 18-wheeler to take the family on outings. But the cures Cisco can provide with just three routers is certainly worth the extra trouble.
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