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Julia Roberts, Jude Law, Natalie Portman, Clive Owen, Nick Hobbs, Colin Stinton
ethyl alcohol
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Writer Dan tells Alice, “I write obituaries.” (0:03)

Alice and Dan read the markers on a mausoleum. “My mother’s dead. My father and I came here on the day she died.” (0:06)

Dan tells Dan how he might write an obituary: “Meaning he was an alcoholic.” (0:08)

Dan tells Alice he wants to be alone “To grieve.” (0:34)

Dermatologist Larry tells Anna, referring to Alice, “She has the moronic beauty of youth...” (0:44)

Larry tells Anna, “Someone told me that the beautiful people of the Paranoid Hotel...” (0:48)

Larry talks to Alice about “Coked up baby dolls.” (1:06)

Larry tells Anna, “Because I’m obsessed with you.” (1:15)

Larry tells Dan, “Depressives don’t. They want to be unhappy to confirm they’re depressed. If they were happy they couldn’t be depressed anymore. They’d have to go out into the world and live, which can be depressing.”
”Anna’s not a depressive.” (1:21)

Larry tells Dan he’s writing him “Your prescription.”
Dan tells Larry, “The previous editor died. Alcohol poisoning.” (1:24)

Dan tells Alice, referring to stripping, “You’re addicted to it.”
”Because I’m a lunatic.”
”Because I’m addicted to it.”
”Because I’m an idiot.” (1:29)

Dan walks past the mausoleum. (1:37)