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  • ( horns blaring )

  • ( sirens continue )

  • Richard, it's me. I'm early.

  • What the hell is going on?

  • Richard!

  • What are you doing here? You're early!

  • Wha-What is going on here?

  • What are you doing?

  • I-I had this wonderful idea.

  • I needed some light. I needed to let in some light!

  • Richard, what are you doing?

  • I had this fantastic notion.

  • I took the Xanax and the Ritalin together.

  • It-it never occurred to me.

  • Richard...

  • Don't come near me!

  • It seemed to me I needed to let in some light.

  • What do you think? I cleared away all the windows.

  • All right, Richard, do me one simple favor.

  • Come. Come sit.

  • I don't think I can make it to the party, Clarissa.

  • You don't have to go to the party.

  • You don't have to go to the ceremony.

  • You don't have to do anything you don't want to do.

  • You can do as you like.

  • But I still have to face the hours, don't I?

  • I mean, the hours after the party,

  • and the hours after that...

  • You do have good days still.

  • You know you do.

  • Not really.

  • I mean, it's kind of you to say so, but it's...

  • not really true.

  • Are they here?

  • Who?

  • The voices.

  • Oh, the voices are always here.

  • And it's the voices that you're

  • No, no, no, no.

  • Mrs. Dalloway, it's you.

  • I've stayed alive for you,

  • but now you have to let me go.

  • Richard, I...

  • No, wait, wait, wait, wait.

  • Wait.

  • Tell me a story.

  • What about?

  • Tell me a story from your day.

  • I, um...

  • I-I got up...

  • Yes?

  • ...and I went out, and, uh, I went to buy flowers,

  • Like Mrs. Dalloway, in the book, you know?

  • And it was a beautiful morning.

  • Was it?

  • Yes, it was so beautiful.

  • It was so fresh.

  • Oh, fresh, was it?

  • Yes.

  • Like a...

  • like a morning on the beach?

  • ( gasps ): Yes.

  • Like that?

  • Yes.

  • Like that morning when you walked out of that old house,

  • and you were, you were 18, and maybe I was 19.

  • ( sighs ): Yes.

  • I was 19 years old,

  • and I'd never seen anything so beautiful.

  • You...

  • coming out of a glass door

  • in the early morning, still sleepy.

  • Isn't it strange?

  • Most ordinary morning in anybody's life.

  • I'm afraid I can't make it to the party, Clarissa.

  • ( gasps ): The party...

  • doesn't matter.

  • You've been so good to me,

  • I love you.

  • "I don't think two people

  • could've been happier than we've been."

( horns blaring )

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A1 BEG US richard wait wait party morning wait needed

I Still Have to Face the Hours

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    Aelian Liu   posted on 2014/09/07
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