Koji su Vasi omiljeni dijalozi i scene iz filmova?! Koje scene Vam pune oci suzama i koje pamtite?!
Ja cu poceti sa delovima iz Meet Joe Black. Ko se ne seca, Parrish je A. Hopkins, po kojeg je dosla smrt. U filmu se zove Joe, i ulogu tumaci Brad Pitt... secate se tog filma?!
Do you love Drew?
You mean like you loved Mom?
Forget about me and Mom -- are you
going to marry him?
Don't get carried away.
Uh oh --
Susan, you're a hell of a woman.
You've got a great career, you're
And I'm your daughter and no man
will ever be good enough for me.
Well, I wasn't going to say that --
What were you going to say?
Listen, I'm crazy about the guy --
He's smart, he's aggressive, he
could carry Parrish Communications
into the 21st century and me along
So what's wrong with that?
That's for me. I'm talking about
you. It's not so much what you say
about Drew, it's what you don't say.
You're not listening --
Oh yes, I am. Not an ounce of
excitement, not a whisper of a
thrill, this relationship has all
the passion of a pair of titmice.
Don't get dirty, Dad --
Well, it worries me. I want you
to get swept away. I want you to
levitate. I want you to sing with
rapture and dance like a dervish.
Be deliriously happy. Or at least
leave yourself open to be.
'Be deliriously happy'. I'm going
to do my upmost --
I know it's a cornball thing but
love is passion, obsession, someone
you can't live without. If you
don't start with that, what are you
going to end up with? I say fall
head over heels. Find someone you
can love like crazy and who'll love
you the same way back. And how do
you find him? Forget your head and
listen to your heart. I'm not
hearing any heart.
Run the risk, if you get hurt, you'll
come back. Because, the truth is
there is no sense living your life
without this. To make the journey
and not fall deeply in love -- well,
you haven't lived a life at all.
You have to try. Because if you
haven't tried, you haven't lived.
Aw, you're tough.
I'm sorry. But give it to me again.
The short version.
Stay open. Who knows? Lightning
Forgive the lecture --
I won't. And when I tell Drew about
it, he won't either.
You won't tell him, and even if you
did, he'd clock it and punch it into
his laptop in order to pull out some
key phrases when he gives the
Commencement Speech at Wharton.
I know. But I'm the only father
She kisses him on the cheek.
The Young Man hangs up, turns around and sits down to an
overflowing plate of eggs and meat, potatoes and toast, the
counterman refills his cup and the Young Man ties into the
breakfast, eating it with such relish that Susan can't take
her eyes off him. He senses her eyes, glances over, his
cheeks filled with a mouthful of food, swallows embarrassedly.
Good morning, I was talking kind of
loud there, sorry.
Not at all. It was fascinating.
Oh yeah? What was 'fascinating'
You and 'Honey'?
My kid sister. She just broke up
with her boyfriend and she's
thinking about dropping out of
I'm sorry --
Nothing to be sorry about. That's
the way with men and women, isn't
What's the way?
I agree --
I was just being agreeable, now I've
got to explain why?
I'm not trying to sharpshoot you,
but that 'nothing lasts' stuff,
that's what was the trouble with
Honey's guy. He was fooling around
and Honey caught him at it. One
girlfriend wasn't enough for him.
So you're a one-girl guy?
Damn right. Looking for her right
now. Who knows? You might be her.
YOUNG MAN (cont'd)
Well, don't laugh. I just arrived
in town, got a new job -- I'm trying
to get into this apartment. You a
How'd you know?
Everybody's a doctor around here.
This apartment house is all green
pajamas and slippers. The guy I'm
waiting for to vacate is a doctor.
What kind of doctor?
Me? Internal medicine.
The Young Man smiles.
So if I needed a doctor, you could
I could be her.
Yes, I could.
I have an office in the hospital.
-- This is my lucky day. I arrive
in this big bad city and I not only
find a doctor, a beautiful woman as
Susan looks into her coffee.
YOUNG MAN (cont'd)
I'm sorry, you mind my saying that?
Not at all.
How 'bout another cup of coffee?
I've got patients coming in --
And I want to get into my apartment
and go to work. Please, what do you
say, another cup of coffee?
Two pots are warming behind the counter, he reaches over and
refills her cup and his. Pushes a container and pitcher to-
YOUNG MAN (cont'd)
I see you use lots of sugar and
cream. Me, too...
They smile at each other, fix up their coffee.
INT. CORINTH COFFEE SHOP, YORK AVENUE, DAY
The place has cleared out now, the counterman busy bussing
tables laden with dishes and cups, Susan and the Young Man
are still at the counter, but about to leave.
...It's kind of a pro bono job.
'Pro bono'. That means doing good
-- Going to be doing good all your
I know what you're saying. Doesn't
pay very well. Depends on the woman
I marry. Maybe she'd like a bigger
house, a better car, lotsa kids,
college doesn't come cheap --
You'd give up what you want for the
woman you marry?
Susan rises now, the Young Man with her, leaving money for
their checks they head for the door.
YOUNG MAN (cont'd)
If I married you, I'd want to give
you what you wanted, I know it's
old fashioned and all that, but
what's wrong with taking care of a
woman? She takes care of you.
You'll have a hard time finding a
woman like that these days --
You never know. Lightning could
Susan at the door now, pauses abruptly, her eyes on the
EXT. CORINTH COFFEE SHOP, YORK AVENUE - DAY
The Young Man holds the door for Susan as they step out
onto the street.
Susan is staring at him now, he smiles, all open and
I've got to go --
Did I say something wrong?
No, it was so right it scares me.
I've been thinking... I don't want
you to be my doctor. Because I
don't want you to examine me.
Because I like you so much.
You have coffee here every morning,
don't you? If I came by, could you
give me the name of a doctor?
Sure, I'll give you the name of a
...And I don't want to examine you.
Because I like you so much. Now
I've got to go.
She hurries away down the sidewalk, the Young Man watching
her. Now he turns and starts off in the opposite direction.
ANOTHER ANGLE - SUSAN
She looks back at the Young Man, then turns and walks on.
ANOTHER ANGLE - THE YOUNG MAN
He looks back at Susan as the distance between them widens,
now he turns and walks on.
She looks around once more but the Young Man is still headed
in the opposite direction, his back to her. She turns the
corner and continues on.
ON THE YOUNG MAN
Approaching the corner, he looks back for Susan yet again,
but she is gone, still turned he steps off into the street
and a hospital supplies truck, speeding down the curb lane,
HITS HIM BROADSIDE, a horrific impact, the THUD echoes as
his body arcs through the air.
Another sickening THUD as it lands, the Young Man lies
Red or white?
No, thank you.
Quince sips the red, now the white, now he pours some of
each into one glass.
C'mon, have a drink. You look like
you need one bad as me.
Do I? I'm a little confused.
Confused, huh? About what?
'Love'? Oh, man, I've got troubles
of my own.
You love Allison, don't you?
Oh yes, I do.
How did you meet?
I was a world-class loser and she
was a happy, little rich girl --
and for some reason she took me in.
But she loves you?
Quince smiles, nods embarrassedly.
How do you know?
Because there's nothing we don't
know about each other and it's okay.
I mean the deeper, darkest secrets
-- they don't matter.
'The deepest, darkest secrets --'?
Yeah, it's like you know every inch
of each other's souls -- and then
What do you mean 'free'?
Free to love each other. Com-
pletely. Totally. No fear.
Quince seems uncharacteristically within himself.
All that hoopla up there reminds me
how I will never measure up to a man
like Bill Parrish - or his daughter.
He drains his wine.
Do you like me, Joe?
Oh yes, you are one of my favorites.
What would you say if you knew
it was me who brought down Bill
I told Drew and the Board that Bill
depended on you. Drew led me on,
but I had no business telling him
in the first place. He was setting
up Bill from day one. Drew and
Bontecou are going to chop up the
company and sell it off for parts.
Bontecou was outside, Drew was Mr.
Inside. And I was the fool who made
it all happen. Oh God, what do I do?
Joe regards Quince.
Go to Bill Parrish and tell him
everything. He'll forgive you.
Quince drains one more glass of wine.
You think so? How do you know?
Because that's the kind of man Bill
Well, maybe... I guess you know him
better than anybody.
-- Getting to.
The orchestra behind them plays a few riffs, sound checks,
Do you think I should wait to tell
him 'till after the party?
Quince nods anxiously, then smiles gratefully. They look on
as the pre-party activities swirl on around them.
I love her, Bill. She is all that
I ever wanted, and I've never wanted
for anything because I've never
wanted anything before, if you can
How perfect for you -- to take
whatever you want because it
pleases you. It's not love --
Then what is it?
Some aimless infatuation in which,
for the moment, you feel like in-
dulging. It's missing everything
Which is what?
Trust, responsibility, taking the
weight, for your choices and feel-
ings and spending the rest of your
life living up to them. And above
all, not hurting the object of your
So that's what love is?
Multiply it by infinity and take it
to the death of forever and you will
still have barely a glimpse of what
I am talking about.
Those were my words, Bill.
Well, they're mine now.
Joe is silent for a moment, cogitating.
Susan wants to come. She says she's
in love with me.
With you?! Who is 'you'? Did you
tell her who you are?