This was affectionate of a bottomward year for cine dialogue, but I was still able to acquisition some acceptable examples from this year’s films. I’m animated to acquire some new names in this year’s account rather than the accepted retreads. As always, I don’t acquire admission to the acid scripts, and I’m abandoned transcribing what is said in the accomplished film. The date admonition are mine. And WARNING: STRONG LANGUAGE AHEAD.
And hello, Greta Gerwig! Lady Bird affronted out to be boxy to extract for this column because best of its scenes are short, but this chat at the alpha of the blur sets the accent appealing well. This takes abode in the car as Lady Bird and her mother are active home from a cruise to attending at accompaniment colleges. Not abundant filmmakers use overlapping chat like this, alike admitting it’s, like, how bodies tend to allocution in absolute life. Howard Hawks and Robert Altman’s films featured it. If Gerwig is their heir, I’m all for it.
AUDIOBOOK NARRATOR: You acquire been alert to The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck.LADY BIRD (putting the aftermost cassette aback in the case): Our academy cruise took twenty-one hours and bristles minutes.(They both laugh, alike admitting they are in tears. Lady Bird moves to put addition cassette in the band deck.)MARION: Wait, let’s aloof sit with what we heard.LADY BIRD: Are you serious?MARION: We don’t acquire to be consistently inundating ourselves.(pause)LADY BIRD: I ambition I could alive through something.MARION: Aren’t you?LADY BIRD: Nope. The abandoned agitative activity about 2002 is that it’s a palindrome.MARION: Okay, fine. Well, castigation is the affliction activity of all, so you win.LADY BIRD: Oh, so now you’re mad?MARION: No, it’s aloof you’re actuality antic because you acquire a abundant life.LADY BIRD (overlapping): Because I appetite my activity to be interesting? I’m apologetic I’m not perfect.MARION: No one’s allurement you to be perfect. Aloof accommodating would do.LADY BIRD: I don’t alike appetite to go to academy in this state, anyway. I abhorrence California. I appetite to go to the East Coast.MARION: Your dad and I will about be able to allow in-state tuition.LADY BIRD: There are loans, scholarships.MARION (overlapping): Your brother, your actual acute brother, he can’t alike acquisition a job.LADY BIRD: He and Shelley work! They acquire jobs!MARION: They bag at the grocery store. That is not a career, and they went to Berkeley. Your father’s aggregation is laying bodies off appropriate and left, did you alike apperceive that? No, of advance you don’t, because you don’t anticipate of anybody but yourself. (pause) And Immaculate Affection is already a luxury.LADY BIRD: Immaculate fart, you capital that, not me.MARION: Miguel saw addition knifed in advanced of him at Sac High. Is that what you want? So you’re cogent me that you appetite to see somebody knifed appropriate in advanced of you? Appropriate in advanced of you?LADY BIRD (overlapping): He about saw that! I appetite to go area ability is. Like New York, or at atomic Connecticut or New Hampshire, area writers alive in the woods.MARION (overlapping): How did I accession such a snob? You couldn’t get into those schools anyway.LADY BIRD: Mom!MARION: You can’t alike canyon your driver’s test.LADY BIRD: Because you wouldn’t let me practice.MARION: The way that you work, or the way that you don’t work, you’re not alike account accompaniment tuition, Christine.LADY BIRD: My name is Lady Bird.MARION: Well, actually it’s not, and it’s ridiculous. Your name is Christine.LADY BIRD (overlapping): Call me Lady Bird, like you said.MARION: You apperceive what? You should aloof go to burghal college, you know? With your assignment ethic, aloof go to burghal college, and again to jail, and again aback to burghal college, and again you’d apprentice to cull yourself up and not apprehend everybody to do every god…(Lady Bird unbuckles her bench belt, opens the commuter door, and all-overs out of the affective car. Marion screams.)
First-time biographer Liz Hannah came up with the abstraction for The Post, and calm with Oscar-winner Josh Singer, they ancient a calligraphy arranged with advice afterwards accepting bogged bottomward in talkiness. In this scene, Washington Column editor Ben Bradlee shows up to administrator Katharine Graham’s arrant altogether activity to acknowledge to her that he’s about to get a archetype of the Pentagon Papers. The Nixon administering has already shut bottomward the New York Times for aggravating to broadcast them, and the Column is in a ambiguous banking position, so she has to accomplish a adamantine accommodation whether to aback bottomward or book and accident the paper’s future.
BEN: So, can I ask you a academic question?KATHARINE: Oh dear, I don’t like academic questions.BEN: Well, I don’t anticipate you’re gonna like the absolute one, either.(pause)KATHARINE: Do you acquire the papers?BEN (meaningfully): Not yet.KATHARINE (agitated): Oh, gosh. Oh, gosh. Because you apperceive the, the position that would put me in. You know, we acquire accent in the prospectus…BEN (interjecting): Yeah, I know, I know. Investors can change their minds. I apperceive what is at stake. You know, the abandoned brace I knew who both Kennedy and LBJ capital to associate with was you and your husband, and you endemic the abuse paper. ’Cause that’s the way things worked. Politicians and the press, they trusted anniversary added so they could go to the aforementioned banquet parties and alcohol activity and acquaint jokes while there was a war affronted in Vietnam.KATHARINE (talking over him): I don’t apperceive what we’re talking about. I’m not attention Lyndon.BEN: No, but you’ve got his above secretary of defense, Robert McNamara, the man who commissioned this study, with a few dozen activity guests out on your patio.KATHARINE (still talking over him): I’m not attention him, either. I’m attention the paper.BEN: Yeah, well, I was a stooge for Jack Kennedy. (He crosses the allowance and sits on her sofa.) The night he was assassinated, Tony and I went bottomward to the Naval Hospital so we could accommodated Jackie aback she landed, and she was bringing Jack’s anatomy aback on the alike from Dallas, and she absolved in the room. She was still acid that blush clothing with Jack’s claret all over it. She fell into Tony’s accoutrements and they captivated anniversary added for actually a continued time. And again Jackie looked at me and said, “None of this, none of what you see, none of what I say, is anytime activity to be in your paper.” And it aloof about bankrupt my heart. I never anticipation of Jack as a source, I anticipation of him as a friend. And that was my mistake. And it was article that Jack knew all along. We can’t be both. We acquire to choose, and that’s the point. The canicule of smokin’ cigars calm bottomward on Pennsylvania Avenue are over. Your acquaintance McNamara’s abstraction proves that. The way they lied, the way they lied, those canicule acquire to be over. (He gets up.) We acquire to be the analysis on their power. If we don’t authority them accountable, I mean, my God, who will?KATHARINE: Well, I’ve never smoked a cigar, and I acquire no botheration captivation Jack or Lyndon or Bob or any of them accountable. We can’t authority them answerable if we don’t acquire a newspaper.(She opens the aperture to let him out.)BEN: Aback I get my easily on that study, what are you activity to do, Mrs. Graham? (He turns to leave.) Oh, blessed birthday, by the way.
Veteran biographer Marti Noxon makes this account on the backbone of her anorexia ball To the Bone. Here, 20-year-old accommodating Ellen has an antecedent activity with her new doctor, Beckham, as able-bodied as her ancestors members: adolescent sister Kelly, stepmother Susan, biological mother Judy, and Judy’s lesbian accomplice Olive. Ellen has already predicted adversity for this meeting, but it goes above alike her expectations.
BECKHAM: No Dad?SUSAN: Sorry. Work. (pause) Well, he has to abutment his ancestors and pay alimony, still, and medical bills, and all this…BECKHAM: I’m aloof sorry.ELLEN: Bet you didn’t apprehend this abundant gyn activity today.BECKHAM: I do anticipate this is a almanac cardinal of mothers for one patient. Okay, I appetite everybody to acquire that nobody’s on balloon here. I aloof appetite to get a faculty of the family.(pause)JUDY: Well, until recently, Ellen lived with us.OLIVE: She confused in with her ancestor 18 months ago. We anticipation it ability be acceptable for her to alleviate that relationship. He’s apparent actual little absorption in who Ellen actually is. He’s abandoned absorbed in who he wants her to be.JUDY: Ellen is an artist. She’s acutely ablaze and sensitive, and she was never activity to go into Chinese or computers or what acquire you.SUSAN: What?BECKHAM (to Ellen): Is that what you anticipate your dad wants for you?ELLEN: I don’t know. I assumption he aloof wants me to be able to accomplish a living.SUSAN: Exactly! Is that a crime?BECKHAM: No crimes, remember?JUDY: The point is, Ellen’s ancestor never saw who she was. He larboard aback she was actual young…SUSAN (cutting her off and pointing to Olive): Yes, but that’s because you were sleeping with your best acquaintance over there.JUDY: No, that’s not why the alliance ended.SUSAN: Oh, really? There’s a bigger reason?OLIVE: We are not actuality to avert our relationship.JUDY: Aback are you activity to appear up with a altered narrative, Susan?SUSAN: What narrative? This is the truth!JUDY: Jack didn’t appetite to acquire sex.SUSAN: He brand it with me aloof fine. Twice a anniversary like clockwork.KELLY (under her breath): Oh my God.SUSAN: Besides, he’s not the one who abandoned her.JUDY: We did not carelessness Ellen! We confused to Phoenix!SUSAN (to Beckham): They threw her out! They put her accoutrements on the street!OLIVE: Because we’d been ambidextrous with Ellen’s affliction abandoned for years.JUDY (in tears): I didn’t carelessness my daughter. I adulation her added than life. It’s aloof I didn’t apperceive what to do, and she’s dying appropriate in advanced of us.BECKHAM (to Ellen): What’s activity on with you appropriate now?(long pause)ELLEN (quietly): I’m apologetic that I’m not a being anymore. I’m a problem, and it’s all my fault.BECKHAM: Fault? No fault! Accountability and accusation acquire no abode here. Abandoned how you appetite to alive affective forward. Who you appetite to be. (pause) How about you, Kelly? What do you anticipate of all this?KELLY: Um, I, uh, feel affectionate of angry, I guess. I just, I aloof don’t actually get it, y’know? Aloof eat. I mean, it’s not aloof her activity she’s changing, it’s my life, too, y’know? I don’t get to acquire a sister. You know, I attending at pictures of my brawl and stuff, and all I anticipate of is like, “Oh, that’s aback Ellen was in the hospital,” or “That’s aback she fainted on the bus.”BECKHAM: Right.KELLY: And all my friends, they anticipate she’s some affectionate of freak. Like, a aberration who dead a girl.BECKHAM: Because of the blog.ELLEN (to herself): Tumblr.KELLY: That’s bad enough, but now bodies appetite to be like her and attending like her and go through what she’s activity through, and…BECKHAM (gently): Nobody died because of Ellen’s artwork, okay? There’s affluence of being out there for bodies to fetishize.
We’ve had a lot of mother-daughter being in this list, so here’s a father-son moment from Call Me by Your Name, which is acclimatized by James Ivory from a atypical by André Aciman. I’ll admit, the aboriginal time I saw the film, I was on the fence about whether it was abundant or not until this admirable accent came up late. This is anon afterwards adolescent Elio Perlman’s activity with a handsome alum apprentice called Oliver has ended, with Oliver activity aback to America. A ashamed Elio comes home and finds out that his ancestor understands way added about what he’s been activity through than he has let on.
MR. PERLMAN: So, acceptable home.ELIO: Thanks.MR. PERLMAN: Oliver adore the trip?ELIO: Yeah, I anticipate he did.MR. PERLMAN: You two had a nice friendship.ELIO: Yeah.MR. PERLMAN: You’re too acute not to apperceive how rare, how appropriate what you two had was.ELIO: Oliver was Oliver.MR. PERLMAN (quoting Montaigne): “Parce que c’était lui; parce que c’était moi.”ELIO: Oliver may be actual intelligent, but…MR. PERLMAN: No, no, no. What you two had had aggregate and annihilation to do with intelligence. He was good. You were both advantageous to acquire begin anniversary added because you, too, are good.ELIO (exhaling): I anticipate he was bigger than me.(He lies bottomward on the couch.)MR. PERLMAN: I’m abiding he’d say the aforementioned activity about you.ELIO (sitting aback up): Yeah, he’d say the aforementioned thing.MR. PERLMAN: Which flatters you both. And aback you atomic apprehend it, Nature has cunning means of award our weakest spot. Aloof bethink I’m here. (pause) Appropriate now, you may not appetite to feel anything. Maybe you never capital to feel anything. And maybe it’s not to me you appetite to allege about these things, but feel article you acutely did. Look, you had a admirable friendship. Maybe added than a friendship. And I backbiting you. In my place, best parents would achievement the accomplished activity goes away, adjure that their sons acreage on their feet. I am not such a parent. We’ve ripped out so abundant of ourselves to be convalescent of things faster that we go bankrupt by the age of thirty and acquire beneath to action anniversary time we alpha with addition new. But to accomplish yourself feel annihilation so as not to feel anything? What a waste. (pause) Acquire I announced out of turn? (pause) Again I’ll say one added thing. It’ll ablaze the air. I may acquire appear close, but I never had what you two have. Article consistently captivated me aback or stood in the way. How you alive your activity is your business. Aloof remember, our hearts and our bodies are accustomed to us abandoned once, and afore you apperceive it, your heart’s beat out. And as for your body, there comes a point area no one looks at it, abundant beneath wants to appear abreast it. Appropriate now, there’s sorrow, pain. Don’t annihilate it. And with it, the joy you felt.
I called Columbus as one of the year’s best movies, and this barter actuality gives you a faculty of Kogonada’s accurate craftsmanship, which extends to his autograph as able-bodied as his beheld sense. Earlier, a Korean-American man called Jin and a Columbus built-in called Cassandra (a.k.a. Casey) affirmed over their aggregate ability of architectonics and the barrio in the Indiana town. Now, a apathetic Casey takes Jin to a drive-through annex of the Aboriginal Banking Bank, her third-favorite architectonics in town, and opens up.
CASEY: It’s cardinal three on my list.JIN: Cardinal three, really?CASEY: Mostly because it was the alpha for me, y’know?JIN: This one here?CASEY: Yep.JIN: And you didn’t apperceive annihilation about it?CASEY: Nothing. Aloof saw it from over there. I’d apparently apparent it a thousand times before, but this one night, I was accepting in my car, and I looked up, and (pause) saw it. So I jumped aback in my car and pulled up here, aforementioned spot, and aloof stared at it for a actually continued time.JIN: What was it?CASEY: Not sure.JIN: Had to acquire been something.(pause)CASEY: Well, it was a appealing afflicted time in my life. Aback you mentioned the accomplished healing thing, it array of fabricated me anticipate of that moment.JIN: I don’t apperceive if I acquire that, y’know? That architectonics has the ability to heal. I anticipate that’s a fantasy that architects like to acquaint themselves. Or bodies like my father, who are invested in architecture, y’know?CASEY: I wasn’t claiming to be healed.JIN: I’m sorry. I wasn’t aggravating to be dismissive. (pause) You were cogent me it was a afflicted time in your life. What was activity on?CASEY (sighs): I don’t actually appetite to allocution about it. I aloof capital you to see this building.JIN: Amuse acquaint me.CASEY (getting out of the car): I allegation a cigarette.JIN: Cassandra.(He gets out while she lights up.)JIN: Can you canyon me those?(She passes him the pack.)JIN: Thanks.(He lights up.)CASEY: You know, meth is a big activity here. Meth and modernism.JIN: Meth is big everywhere. Alike North Korea.CASEY: Really?JIN: Yeah. China, everywhere. (pause) So, were you absorbed to meth?CASEY: No.(pause)JIN (gently): Your mother, does she do meth?(Casey suppresses a laugh.)JIN: What?CASEY: I’m sorry. It aloof sounds funny.JIN: Funny how?CASEY: “Your mother, did she do meth?” You don’t apprehend it?JIN: Apprehend what?CASEY: “Your mother, did she do meth?”
Anyone who’s been afterward these posts of abundance has apparently ample out that I acquire a aftertaste for the extravagant, the florid, the heavily stylized, and of course, the funny. Yet cine chat doesn’t acquire to be any of those things to be effective. A prime archetype comes in Colossal. Oscar is a balked bar buyer who hates the baby boondocks area he’s trapped but wants to move in on his adolescence acquaintance Gloria. Aback she brings her ex-boyfriend Tim into his bar, Oscar gets territorial. Nacho Vigalondo is not a built-in English speaker, which maybe explains his simple language, which he uses to actually alarming effect.
OSCAR (gesturing to a table): Shall we? What brings you into town, Tim?TIM: Um, well…OSCAR (sits down): Work? Good. (to Tim) I’m sorry, do you appetite annihilation to drink?TIM (sitting down): Um, I’ll booty a beer.OSCAR: Great. (to Gloria, who has aloof sat down) Accomplish it two.(Gloria gets aback up to serve them.)OSCAR: It’s acceptable accepting her aback in town. And she’s been a absolute advice about here.TIM: It’s aloof a surprise, that’s all.OSCAR: Why? You don’t anticipate she’s able of accomplishing a job like this?TIM: Well, of advance she’s capable.OSCAR: Anybody can do this, right?TIM: No, it’s as aces a job as annihilation else.OSCAR: I’m animated you acquisition it to be worthy.TIM: No, it’s just, she’s never done annihilation like this before.GLORIA (coming aback with the beers): Hey, can you guys stop talking about me like I’m not here?JOE: Hey Oscar, can I acquire addition cup of coffee?(Oscar looks at Gloria. She gets up to serve him.)OSCAR (stopping her): Actually, don’t go. One second, Joe. (to Gloria) Amuse sit. Tim, what would you say would be the best capricious activity to do in this bar? What do you anticipate that is? (pause) For example, brainstorm I were to angle up appropriate actuality and appearance you my ass. That’d be appealing rude, and yet it’s not the aboriginal time article like that has happened. Not this early, of course, but it has happened. Right, Joe?JOE: Yes. Now can I get some added coffee, please?OSCAR: One sec. I could booty a piss over there in that bend booth, breach one of those windows. You and me, we could get in a big ol’ fistfight appropriate actuality in advanced of her. Those would all be capricious things to do, but none of them are the best capricious thing. (He gets up and goes against a aback room.) One second, Joe, I’ll be appropriate with you.(There is a adjournment of some seconds, as sounds from the aback announce Oscar is rummaging through things. He comes out with a firework the admeasurement of an espresso machine.)OSCAR: This has been sitting aback there for (thinking) about 10 years now. Wow. Everybody thinks there’s a canteen of adorned bourbon or article like that here, but they’d be wrong. Nope, nope, nope. This is actually the best actionable activity in this bar. Our pal Garth and addition associate of abundance gave it to me for my altogether a while aback now. (He starts blame chairs out of the way.) Yeah, they got it bottomward in Me-ji-co aback they were there on vacation. Still can’t acquire they fabricated it through community with it. (A brace in the bar senses agitation and flees.) Oh, acknowledgment for advancing in, folks! Acquire a acceptable day. Watch out. Up until recently, the boys and I, we’d hop in the pickup, we’d get a big bag of fireworks, and again we’d drive out to the suburbs. We’d ablaze ‘em all up, you know, alarm the bits out of the locals, but this, this firecracker, the better one we anytime had, never fabricated the trip. Not that we were abashed to use it. On the contrary, we aloof anticipation it was so big, we capital to save it for a appropriate occasion. So we larboard it abaft every time. Again we accomplished a point area we aloof grew up. Stopped blame about like that at night. And our acquaintance actuality begin its way to the shelf aback there, and it waited year afterwards year for its big moment. Joe, you ability appetite to get out of the way.(He lights the fuse.)JOE (running for his life): Oh no, no, no, no!GLORIA: Oscar? Oscar?TIM: What are you doing? What’s he doing? What are you doing?GLORIA: No, no, no! Oh, God! (to Tim) Fuck, go!(Tim and Gloria avoid abaft some chairs as the firework explodes, acid flares everywhere, antibacterial appliance and barware, and ambience genitalia of the bar on fire.)TIM: Let’s get out of here!OSCAR (friendly): How about that, huh?
Other bodies anticipate The Big Sick is one of the year’s best movies. I don’t, but I did like the film, abnormally the way Kumail Nanjiani and Emily Gordon advised their own real-life story, and this column seems like the abode to account it. This barter takes abode aboriginal in their fabulous adapt egos’ courtship, aback the two of them are at a wine tasting.
EMILY: I’m getting, like, a lot of ablaze fruit. It’s actual fruit-forward.KUMAIL: It tastes like grape abstract that’s gone bad. Like, why do you apperceive so abundant about wine?EMILY: Um, because, uh, I was appealing atramentous in my aboriginal marriage, and I drank a lot, and one way to awning bubbler a lot is just, like, apperceive a lot about wine.KUMAIL: Wait, I’m sorry. What did you aloof say?EMILY: That alive a lot about wine actually covers for bubbler a lot.KUMAIL: No, I beggarly the huge allotment of advice that you’re aggravating to draft appropriate past.EMILY: Yeah. Yeah, I was married.KUMAIL: You were married?EMILY: I was. I was married. Do you appetite to allocution about article else? Or..KUMAIL (fake nonchalance): Yeah, I don’t actually acquire any added questions, added than: Aback did you get married? Aback did you get divorced? What’s his name? How alpine is he? Did you adulation him? I assumption I acquire a brace of questions.EMILY: Um, his name was, is, Ryan. We met in college. Anybody I knew was accepting affiliated super-young, so we did. And one day, I was in a restaurant and I saw this brace authoritative out, and I thought, “Huh. I don’t anticipate about my bedmate like that, but that’s okay.” And again addition allotment of my academician was like, “No, that’s not okay, this is your life.” I feel like this is freaking you out. Is this freaking you out?KUMAIL: It’s not freaking me out.EMILY: I don’t appetite to put burden on you, and I apperceive it’s abandoned been a few months, but I aloof capital to acquaint you I am afflicted by you. It’s the aftermost activity I was expecting.KUMAIL: This is additionally the aftermost activity I was expecting, and I additionally feel actually afflicted by you.EMILY: That’s a awe-inspiring activity to say.KUMAIL: Why? I aloof said what you said. Exactly what you said.EMILY: It wasn’t awe-inspiring aback I said it.
The added I anticipate about Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, the added I anticipate the suicide addendum accounting by the terminal blight accommodating sheriff are the best activity about it. This is the one that he writes to the murdered girl’s mother who criticized him in his aftermost canicule via the billboards she took out. If you’re accustomed with Martin McDonagh’s date plays, you’ll readily acquire the lyricism alloyed with atramentous amusement here.
BILL: Baby Mildred, Dead Man Willoughby here. Firstly, I capital to apologize for dying afterwards communicable your daughter’s killer. It’s a antecedent of abundant affliction to me. It would breach my affection to anticipate you anticipation I didn’t care. ’Cause I did care. There are aloof some cases area you never bolt a break, again bristles years bottomward the line, some guy hears some added guy braggin’ about it in a alehouse or a bastille cell, and the accomplished activity is captivated up through arduous stupidity. I achievement that ability be accurate for Angela, I actually do. Second, I gotta admit, Mildred, the billboards were a abundant fuckin’ idea. They were like a chess move, and although they had actually nothin’ to do with my dyin’, I’m abiding that anybody in boondocks will acquire that they did. Which is why, for Willoughby’s countermove, I absitively to pay the abutting month’s hire on them. I anticipation it’d be funny, you havin’ to avert them a accomplished ’nother ages afterwards they ashore me in the ground. The antic is on you, Mildred. Ha ha, and I achievement they do not annihilate you. So acceptable luck with that, and acceptable luck with aggregate else, too. I achievement and I adjure that you get him.
I try to acknowledgment abandoned the screenwriters’ names in this post, but it’s absurd to avoid that Harry Dean Stanton died anon afore Advantageous was released. He plays the appellation character, a 90-year-old atheist, and abreast the end of the film, his attack to ablaze up a cigarette in the boondocks bar leads to a brainwork on bloodshed with bartender Elaine and the added approved patrons. The calligraphy is by Logan Sparks and Drago Sumonja, and as an epitaph for Stanton, it’s acutely moving.
ELAINE: Hey, what? The rules don’t administer to you? Since aback did you anticipate you could smoke in here?LUCKY: Well, you could in ’68.ELAINE: Well, it ain’t ’68 anymore, sweetheart.LUCKY (getting up): One of these canicule I’m aloof gonna ablaze up.ELAINE: My place, my rules.LUCKY: Ownership is a fallacy.ELAINE: Why can’t you aloof alive by the rules?LUCKY: Authority is approximate and subjective.ELAINE: It’s the aforementioned affectionate of attitude that got you 86’ed from Eve’s.LUCKY: What do you apperceive about it?ELAINE: I apperceive you lit up.LUCKY: That’s what you anticipate happened.ELAINE: If you didn’t ablaze up, why’d they bang you out?LUCKY: They didn’t bang me out. I absolved out.ELAINE: That’s a acceptable story.HOWARD: I like that story.LUCKY: It’s not a story.ELAINE: Again what is it?LUCKY: It’s the truth.ELAINE: The accuracy is, you lit up.LUCKY: It’s not about the cigarettes. It’s about what I apperceive happened and what you think.PAULIE: I ambition I’d been there.LUCKY: You could’ve been there and still acquire absent it.ELAINE: You bankrupt the rules, you got bankrupt and banned. That’s the truth.PAULIE: How about if we all accede to disagree?LUCKY: No. I apperceive the truth, and the accuracy matters.VINCENT: It’s a thing, right?LUCKY: Yes, accuracy is a thing. It’s the accuracy of who we are and what we do, and you acquire to face that and acquire it, because the accuracy of the cosmos is waiting.ELAINE: I’m lost.LUCKY: The accuracy of what is for all of us.PAULIE: Which is?LUCKY: That it’s all activity to go away. You, you, you, you, me, this cigarette, everything. Into blackness. The void. And nobody’s in charge. And you’re larboard with ungatz.PAULIE: Ungatz.VINCENT: Nothing.LUCKY: Nothing. That’s all there is.ELAINE: What do we do with that?HOWARD: What do we do with that?LUCKY: You smile.
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