Elementary dating script


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You wouldn't believe it, I even went back to the train station.

At this point, the camera cuts suddenly from the end of rue Galande to the crossroad of rue de l'Ave Maria and rue des Jardins St-Paul in the 4th arrondissement.

Because each segment is quite far from one another, you should allow at least 1 hour to complete the journey from the bookstore to the café, in sequence.

(Céline waits outside the bookstore for Jesse, standing next to a statue. (They pause awkwardly for a few moments.) Céline: So you want to go to a cafe? I mean, how did you even know I was going to be here?

I mean, I always think of Thomas Wolfe, you know, have you ever seen that little one page note to reader in the front of "Look Homeward, Angel," right, you know what I'm talking about? And..high school sweetheart is dropping him off, at home. (Waves his hand as if to indicate the book was not very good reading.) Céline: No, I liked it!

Anyway, he says that we are the sum of all the moments of our lives, and that, uh, anybody who sits down to write is gonna use the clay of their own life, that you can't avoid that. I mean, uh, you think (pointing at the female reporter)..think they get back together, (pointing at a second male reporter) you don't, for sure, and (pointing at the questioner) you hope they do, but, you know, you’re not sure so that’s why you're asking the question. And they've just lost their virginity, and she loves him, and the same song is playing on the car radio, and she climbs up and starts dancing on the roof of the car. And she’s beautiful, with a...a facial expression just like his daughter‘s.

I flew all the way over there, you blew the thing off, and then my life has been a big nosedive since then, but I mean it's not a problem. I'm so sorry, I really wanted to be there, more than anything in the world!

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But soon we’ll be apart And soon it’ll be night at noon. You know, my grandma died a few days before, and she was buried that day, December 16th, that day! (Nods at the bookstore owner, who nods back.) But my life, from my own point of view, has been full of drama, right? Bookstore owner: Well, our author has to be going to the airport soon, so thank you all very much for coming here this afternoon. (Thank you everyone for coming, as you can see we have some champagne and snacks, so help yourselves.) Jesse: Thank you all. (Laughing, they exchange two French bisous – light kisses on the left and right cheeks.) Jesse: How are you? And we will put your bags in the car so you are not! Bookstore owner: Philippe, passe lui ta carte pour qu'il ait ton numero portable, hein? (Philippe, give him your card so he can call you on your cell phone, okay?