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Jean-Louis Trintignant, Emmanuelle Riva, Isabelle Huppert, Alexandre Tharaud, William Shimell, Ramón Agirre, Rita Blanco, Carole Franck
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Firemen break into a house smelling of gas to find Retired piano teacher Anne lying dead on her bed. (0:02)

Her retired piano teacher husband Georges tells Anne, “Don’t let this spoil your good mood.” (0:05)

Anne appears conscious but fails to respond to Georges. (0:10)

Georges asks Anne, “Are you completely mad?” (0:12)

Eva tells Georges, referring to her son John, “He’s less impulsive.”
Georges, referring to Anne: “She was confused and frightened.”
”It’s sweet of you to have come with all the stress that you have.” (0:17)

Georges tells Anne, “There’s nothing like an infallible memory.” (0:27)

Georges tells Anne, “The priest was an idiot.” (0:41)

Georges asks Anne, “Have you lost your mind?” (0:54)

Anne tells George, referring to their son-in-law Geoff, “His British humor is bearable only in small doses.” (0:57)

Eva tells Anne, “Since I got back from Scandinavia, I’ve become a classified ad addict.”
Eva cannot understand Anne’s aphasic response. (1:07)

Eva tells Geoff, referring to Anne, “She’s talking gibberish.”
Georges: “She’s under treatment...”
”Please don’t treat me like a moron...” (1:11)

Anne aphasic with Georges. (1:19, 1:24, 1:42)

Eva asks Georges, “Are you out of your mind?” (1:36)

Georges tells Anne, “Yes, I was very uptight.”
Anne: “Uptight...” (1:43)