This is an episode from an old TV series called "Gunsmoke", in which the protagonist, the sheriff, protects his town from threat and danger. I started by putting the scene where Abby was looking out at something, which in this case would signify her looking at the scene of the fight. Next I put in the last bits of the fight scene of the sheriff and villain, which creates the feeling that the sheriff is fighting a man who already lost his will to fight. This puts the sheriff character in a more negative light, and the villain who is being beaten up to a pulp seemingly the victim of this violent act. This follows with the different people spectating the fight, making sure their expressions are somewhat grim. This achieves the effect that they seemed to have seen something terrible, and the close it all off I put in the scene where the villain is dragged onto a wagon and shipped out of town. In this video, I reversed the roles of the villain and the sheriff, and made it look as if it was the sheriff who was abusing the villain. I thought it was interesting to edit the video in a reversed role order to portray how easily scenes can be changed when you switch the order of the scene around in a film.