Scene 1: Boy Meets Girl
This is the scene where Montag first sees Clarisse.
He describes her to be in a white dress, possess skin of porcelain,
and cast a strange otherworldy spell on him.
She has eyes that are like mirrors.
And when he met her, his life changed forever.
Scene 2: The Overdose
When Montag gets home after meeting Clarisse,
he finds that his wife, Mildred, overdosed on sleeping pills.
Scene 3: Joan of Arc
A woman has possessed a large amount of books,
and the firemen are prepared to burn her and the books down.
However, instead of getting out of the house,
the woman chooses to die by letting herself burn with the books.
Montag, curious, then steals one of the lady's books
just before she lights her house on fire.
Scene 4: Clarisse's Death
From Mildred, Montag learns of Clarisse's death.
It was believed that she was hit by a car
while she was walking as a pedestrian.
Scene 5: The Lecture
Shortly after Montag is about to call in sick for work,
Beatty comes over to Montag's house to lecture him about
the history of firemen, and the history of books.
Scene 6: The Books
This picture represents the plethora of books that
fall from the ventilator grille.
After Beatty leaves, Montag reveals to Mildred the large
book collection that he's accumulated in the ventilator
over the past few years.
Scene 7: The Three Useless Nonsensical Ladies Watching TV
Mildred invites a few friends over to watch TV with her.
The TVs in Fahrenheit 451 are huge, and take up whole walls.
While they are over, they frustrate Montag with their
useless talk, and their useless TV shows.
Scene 8: Poems & Tears
After Montag is at his wit's end with Mildred's friends,
he decides to read a poem to them, nearly blowing Faber and Montag's cover.
After finishing one poem, Mrs. Phelps (Mildred's friend)
ends up crying for an unknown reason.
Scene 9: Montag Burns His House
After Mildred calls in a fire alarm for her own house,
Montag is forced to burn his own house (by Beatty) down because
of the books that were in there.
In a way, Montag finds it strangely cleansing
because he feels that burning his old life would let him start a new one.
Scene 10: Beatty's Death
After Montag burns his house down,
Beatty finds out about Montag's plan to restore society
and bring back books and thorough thinkers.
After being threatened, Montag burns Beatty.
Scene 11: Montag's Leap of Faith
After burning Beatty and killing a Mechanical Hound,
Montag flees the scene and runs away to Faber's house.
There, he makes a plan to run away and out of the city before he is caught.
Scene 12: The River
When Montag reaches the river and dives in,
he suddenly feels calm and lets all his old memories
and sad thoughts drift away downstream.
While he is here, he looks at the sky and realizes
that all he wants is to change the world, and change his life.
Scene 13: The Countryside
When Montag gets out of the river and passed the railroad tracks,
he finally finds himself out in the open on the countryside.
Here, he finds a group of well-educated men who are
authors, reverends, and real thinkers.
Together, they make a plan to change society.
When society is finally burned and gone,
they play to restore it and rebuild everything.
Scene 14: The City Replenishes
Montag takes one last look at the burning city.
One last look at the city that's being destroyed and bombed in the war.
He then moves on, and plans to make a new beginning rise out of the ashes.