Lost And Delirious
Even then I had a bad feeling.
I felt like a grey mouse,
heading right to the mouth|of the cat.
and there was nothing,|nothing I could do about it.
Since my mother had died of|cancer three years before,
I was beginning to forget|what she looked like.
When I looked in her compact|and saw my own face...
I could remember hers.
The powder smelled like|when I kissed her cheek.
She would never have sent me|to boarding school.
It does get easier, really
No, I'm fine. Really.
Listen, I'd like you to meet|someone fantastic.
Victoria, Victoria|come to meet Mary.
OK, just a minute.
and like order pizza|or Chinese.
We get away with anything at night,|I mean anything.
Oh, you're so out of shape.
You have to come jogging with us,
or you'll have a stroke|before you're 20.
So, this is the the bathrooms|and the showers.
What's your name again?
Well, most people just call me Mouse.|-Mouse?
My dad's always called me that.
Really? How come?
My dad actually call me Princess.
Better than Mouse.
Room for mess one.
Major slut arena.
I can't help it.|It's like rage on my mother or something, right?
That's Paulie's,|this is mine,
this one is yours.
Look, I know it's weird at first,
but now this is much more|home to me than home.
Like the Lost boys in "Peter Pan".|Right?
Except we're the lost girls|right?
Lost and delirious.
So when you finish up here,|come party with us, OK?
You want smoke?
Did I scare you?
You've got "new girl" written|all over you. Don't you?
Like a fresh new lamb.|What are you? 13, 14?
What kind of brain you have?|Skipped few grades?
I am Pauline. Oster.
Mouse really, they call me.
I'd rather call you "shithead" than Mouse.
So you're in room with me and Tori, ha?
Yeah, that's what Mrs. Vaughn said.
I've never been to a boarding school before.
Well, now you're one of the lost girls.
Welcome to club.
Help me spike the punch.
Let's get this party up it's butt.|Rage more.
Hi girls,|might we crash your tea party?
My brother, so annoying|-But he is cute.
Hey boys,|can't you read the sign?
No dickheads allowed.
Fuck, she's special, eh?
Now I really want some tea.
Yeah, can dickheads have some tea|please?
I think our Paulie has just|spiked the punch
Shall we pretend we don't know?
I know you love that too.
But that wouldn't be very beautiful,
Before that day,
I never knew what people meant when they say|they have fun.
I was like some kind of|Dr. Spock
And what is this? Fun?
I don't know.
It was like she kind of put a spell on me.
that feeling I had,
Just kind of vanished.
Hey, new girl.
What do you think of Vaughny?
Don't call her a 'new girl',|It's so rude.
Mrs. Vaughn, she's nice.
Some of girls say rude things about her.
She and Bannet,|they got a going on for sure.
Pauline, give her a rest.
She's just a single lady,|and they are very good friends,
and that's it.
Don't be so mean.|Homofobic.
She seem nice to me.
I'm not saying she's not nice "new girl"...
I'm saying she's a lesbo.
And she got hots for Tori here.
Who can blame her, all right?
I wasn't really sure what I've just seen.
I know this sounds like, naive,
but at first,
I mean, I thought they were|like practising for boys.
Nothing can really change sice the 50's.
It's morning time you lazy slut.
Out of the bed,|or we'll kick your butt.
Allison, get off my face|I mean it
Mary B, this is my sister Allie|she's a moron.
Aren't you, Allie?
And she has warts|like all over her toes.
Get your gross toes|off my bed.
Don't listen to her, Mary|My toes are perfect.
Get your fatsy butts|out of here.
Out, out, out.
If you're back here again...
I think it's blueberry pancakes today.
Hi, how are you?|-Hi.
This looks so amazing.
I would totally give my life|for a blueberry pancakes.
Don't you love|blueberry pancakes, Mouse?
Yeah.|-Hey, hey, hey, no buttock feeders, out!
Out, get out of here!
Out, out, out...
Thank you, Mrs. Sensei.
We want to define the minimum|value of the...
Now, in order to do this|we must complete the square.
Since we know|the leading coefficient is...
we know, this ladies.
One. Yes,|thank you.
We simply add|half
of the linear, term,
to X, and square|the result.
To get the constant|term of 11.
Yes?|-Come, help me!
You want me to do the problem?
I want you to do the problem.
OK, I'll try.
What seems to be the delay, Victoria?
I don't get it.
And what is it, exactly|that you don't get?
The X, I mean, like...
Where do you get the X?|I mean why...
What is an X?
You don't get what the X is?
Perhaps if you spent less time|gabbing and a little more time...
I consider that word|a punch in the face, Miss. Bannet
I beg your pardon, Pauline?
It's a word males use|to shoot us down,
to trivialize|our talking to each other.
You want to be a part of that shit?
Pauline Oster, you will not use|that kind of language
in my classroom again.
Do you hear me?
Do you hear me?
I have had it up to hear
up to my eyeballs with your disrespect.
What do you think you're doing?
I'm teaching, Miss. Bannet|what you shoud have been doing.
Pauline|- Out of my classroom!
You will go to Miss. Vaughn's,
and explain|why you're not in my class...
and suffer the consequences.
Do you hear me?
Am I not clear?
Have a nice day now,
So, what's your next task?
Down the hall, on your right.
OK? -Yeah.|-You'll be fine?
That's it. You know you don't own
And Victoria can speak of it.
You understand?|-But she wasn't saying...
She wasn't saying...|-She was saying what she wanted to say.
She wasn't, she just said...
I will not allow you terrorizing my school.
Pauline, Pauline, I give you so much.
Who wants to hear the letter to my bloodmother?
You wrote it?
Did they actually give you her address?
but they said they'd|send it on for me,
and if she's into it|we can have like, meeting
You know that it is so fucking...
"Dear my real mother...
Don't be scared.
It's totally OK that you gave me up,|your only kid I totally understand
Don't be scared of me.
I'm not scary. I know you had a hard life,|and I had a pretty good one.
Comfortabe, you know,
if a little chilly.
Well, I imagine you living in some basement
around Parliament,|selling your ass for a living,
and I, I just thought I would get in touch|and we could go for a beer some time
Your loving daughter, Pauline"
"PS. Janet,|my fake mother,
she smiles without her eyes,|and her hands are cold"
I really hope she answers P.
When she's old I am going to|carry her around on my back.
You've never even met her?
Children's aid|took me over from that hospital.
She held me for a one whole day.
That's for Tori.
I never write to my mom.|We always like talking to phone.
Maybe that's why you never|say what you mean.
I can't say what I mean P.
I mean, how could I ever really|say to her what I mean?
Even in a letter.
Like "Dear mummy, I hate you".
For multiple reasons.
The most recent one being because|you were unknown about my teeth
at Easter in front of your gross friends.
You want me to be like
your perfect juniorly girl,
and grow up to do like|charity balls
and be the concubine|of some banker.
But the truth of it is...
I'm like addicted to you...
and like I just always want|to be around you.
I'm like some stupid little puppy|and you just keep kicking
in my teeth|with your words,
and your tongue.
I don't know. Sometimes I wish you were dead.|-Rage more, Victoria.
I can't believe I just said that.
My stepmother is always talking|about me when I'm there.
I hate it.
I hate her.
I think she's jelous of my|closeness to my dad.
Tori's mom is insaneously jelous of her.
Why would she be jelous of me?
What? Mary, you didn't do your letter yet.
Oh, she died three years ago.
No, it's OK.
I just don't see the point|in writing her a letter.
Maybe she could hear you,|you know.
If I did write her a letter,|- Go for it! - "Dear mother,
remember you asked me,|when you were sick
still hot that year in your room,
smelled like sweet, rotten apples.
And I was holding your head in my arms.
And your breathing was so fast,
and like shallow.
You said 'Mary,
please, remember me
And the thing is,
I do sometimes forget what you looked like.
Do you really don't remember|what she looked like?
Sometimes. God,|it is so incredibly sad.
That's yours new name.
Mary B, B for Brave.|Mouse is dead.
We're glad you're our|new roommate, Mary.
Aren't we, Paulie?
Are you glad to be our|new roommate, Mary Brave?
Come on, truth.|Be honest.
I was wandering,
Would you,|could you...
Work the garden?|-Yeah.
Yes, I used to do that every day
with my mother,|before she passed away
a couple of years ago.
I'm sorry to hear that.
So, I was wandering if|maybe you could use some help sometimes.
Or, if you'd rather not,|that's totally fine.
No, no, no, that's OK.
Would be nice.
It's the first time|in 20 years
that one of the girls offer.
Sort of like a sign comming, you know,|like a dawning of the new age.
Yes well, I was just kidding.
I will ask Faye.
I mean Miss. Vaughn,|head mistress.
I'm sure she'll be OK with that.
Hey, what's your name?
It's in transition.
I like that.
What do you spell it?|Is it "TH" or an "F"?
You are a little thinker,|aren't you?
I don't know.
Well, you are.
So, I'll be expecting you, "In transition"
And get yourself some gloves.
She's been planning this trip|to Italy all year.
I can't just call her up and be like|"Sorry mum, trip's off.
I'm going tree planting|in the west with Paulie.
Tori, you know what I want to do,
but I can't.
She's been acting really|psycho lately, Paulie.
And I don't know.
I have to spend time with her.
Besides, you and me will be together|in the fall at McGinnis.
We will be so... together.
I'm going to plant 3000|trees a day.
And win the golden showel for you.
She gets serious nightmares.
Shall we go easy today|for Mary Brave?
You're gonna love beneath here|it's so cool.
Coach said she should be able to speak easily.|OK, no pain, no game, Mary Brave.
You do pretty good for your first time.
Wouldn't you say, Paulie?|-Not bad.
Shit!|-Oh, my God.
It's so beautiful.
Don't touch it,|you're only going to get bitten.
I wasn't going to touch it.
Just leave it to me, OK?
OK, I'll take care of it.
I said, just leave it to me.
I'll meet up with you later.|Go!
Come on, she's got something on her head.
I wonder if you sexy ladies
would like to smoke|a split with us.
Thanks but we're on traning lesson.
Aren't you Tim Mulder's sister?
Yeah, I'm Tori.
And this is Mary|-Nice to meet you.
I am Jake Hollander.
And this is John
And that idiot is Phil|- Hi
Isn't a Tim's 18th coming up?|At the Bueno?
Yeah, yeah it is.
Sounds like a good time|Are you gonna be there?
Alright, we gotta go.
I hope to see you there Tori.
I hope to see you there Tori.
I think he likes you.
Who?|-You know who.
He like my tits. |They all like my tits.
So are you going to go?|-Where?
To your brother's birthday party.
And have all those gross guys|groping me? No thanks.
I would rather stay home|and do the Math.
I wander where Paulie is|with that bird.
Is that for the bird?|-If they can see too much, they get
freaked out and then go psycho.|Dou you think it's going to be able to fly again?
Don't worry,|I will take care of it.
This is going to be way, way cool.
I'll protect you.
My mother, she really like|to get her hands dirty..
I'm always afraid of like,|worm eggs.
Do worms lay eggs?
I think so.
Or no? I don'tknow.
I don't think they lay eggs,|I think they just kinda...
woose up out of the earth.
Your mother, she sounds|pretty interesting.
I like the woman that doesn't mind|getting her hands dirty.
Yes, she would say|"Hey, don't worry, it's a clean dirty"
She was fun.
Every year in the spring,|she would wake me up in the morning
and she would whisper in my ear|"The first crocus is here"
And we would go outside|in our nightgowns and our bare feet.
And did your feet dirty together?
Tori, I love you.
I don't know if they did not know|I could hear
or just pretended they didn't know,
but after a while,
it was a kind of,
I don't know,|OK.
Their sounds, their whispers,
their shadows|became kind of
well, just like|part of my dreams or something.
Just the way things were.
Holly fuck.|-Bedford, shut the door.
Look, your sister gets nightmares.
She's like screaming in her sleep.
It isn't, it really isn't|what you think.
Get out of my bed|-Relax, she'll get over it.
You don't know, Allison.|She'll get histérical.
She'll go straight to mom and dad.
Fuck it,|it's the 21st century, right?
You dont understand.
You just don't understand.
I swear to God Allie, she just crawled in my bed.
I didn't even know she was there.|-She crawled into your bed?
I think she has a crush|on me or something..
I've told her I'm not like that.|-Tori, that's disgusting.
Why don't you tell somebody?
I feel sorry for her. Being adopted and everything.|-Tori, you are too nice.
So you'll tell your friends, right?|You'll tell them the truth
that I'm not like that?|-Of course.
I can't believe I ever thought you were.
And mom and dad??
You're not going to tell|them anything, right?.
No Tori, but are you sure that you're not?|Allie, I love guys.
I'm boy crazy if anything.
Actually there's this really|cute guy from RAB
I met the other day, Jake.
And he is so totally in love with me.
Yeah? You gonna go out with him?
Are you kiding?|We're going to Tim's party together, Friday.
Allison, come on.
Don't worry Tori.|I'll straight everything up.
So, how are you?
Look, first of all,
whatever they're saying is trash. Stupidness.
I know you guys won't listen to it.
Of course not.
God and even if it was true it's something|like so... grow up.
But it's not true.
You know, my aunt is gay like.|Get over it.
Yeah but I'm not, totally, so
Well, I know.
Give her time.|Bedford, this is a dark day.
Darkling stand the varrying shores|of the world. Oh, Anthony,
Her beloved is dying.
And so she calls upon the sun
to burn all those fear,|the world.
Her feeling is
how can nothing in nature change
when such an extraordinarily shattering...
Listen to this, a little later|she goes: "Shall I abide
in this dull world|which in thy absence,
is no better then a stye?" Stye.
I like that.
And a bit later she says:|"The crown of the Earth doth melt.
And there is nothing left remarkable
beneath the visiting Moon.
I think I know that.
Yes, oh yes. Eventually we all do.|You see what this is all about is love.
Mad, passionate love
that crosses all boundaries.
And that's why we still|relate to it today.
Who among us has not|felt passion?
Now, there are some|who would say
that love is not moulded, tied,
social construct, if you would.
What do you girls think?
When my father left my|mother for his girlfriend,
has said it was love.
But it was ovbious to|everyone that it was
I think love is sex.
I think it's like projection. Like a|mirage in the desert.
You see what you want to see|in the person, you know
No. It's a chemical|induced by your body
so that you want to make babies.
Lier, lier, lier
You've all got your heads|off your assholes,
because love is.
It just is and nothing you can say to make it go away,
because, it is the point|of why we are here.
It is the highest point|and once you are up there
looking down at everyone else|peer there forever.
Beacuse if you move, right?|You fall.
I think you may be right.
I have to talk to you|about Paulie.
I know the whole thing must be|really weird for you and I'm sorry
Like you are the only person|in whom I can really...
Look, you don't know|my parents,OK?
They are super super straight|and religious
And they would literally|never speak to me again.
And I need them to be|a part of my life.
I couldn't deal with loosing them.
I mean, I love Paulie.
You know that I do.
She is my best friend|in the world.
And probably the only person|that I wanna ever love like
like in the way that,|that Cleopatra...
And to hurt her...
It feels like I'm choking,|you know
Like I'm not in a|breathing world.
Beneath there is this life that we're|supposed to live, OK, like those dreams
that my mother and father have for me
and even though|it is killing...
even though|it is killing me, Mary,
I will never be the same loving,|goofy Tori with her ever
I cannot be with her ever.
Not ever, ever again.
And the thing is, Mary,|it all depends on you now
Paulie is going to|take this very hard.
OK, she's really sensitive,
And she's really gonna|need a loyal friend.
She's gonna need you more than|anyone has ever needed you, Mary.
You think you can handle that?
What you have put that shit on for?
Because I'm going out.|-Oh, where are you going?
Just out, with a friend.
What friend?|-Just a friend of mine, OK?
I'm just interested to know.|That's all.
Yeah well, friends should respect|each other's privacy.
We're friends here,|aren't we Mary B?
We're not just friends.
I'm sorry, Paulie.
Are you OK?
In her eyes, that brightness.
Just like my fake mother.
The brightness when she lies.
You'll grow up big and strong|so you can fly away from here.
You will fly away from here.
You will fly away from here,|forever.
You'll fly far away from here.
Until that night
I have never, never had|any feeling down there at all.
a kind of a wooden doll|without blood in my body.
But that night
that night I started|to feel the blood moving.
Had a good time?
It's none of your business Paulie.
You lied to me.
I said I was going out with a friend|and that's what I did.
Do you always fuck your friends|up against trees?
My life is none of your business, Paulie.
And you have no right to spy on me.|-Tori, everything you do is my business.
You are my business|and I am yours.
If I ever catch you|spying on me again...
Are you going to see him again?
It's time we grew over of it.
It's just not right anymore
I just want to be friends, OK?
This is not happening.
Where do you go?
Is this about Allison?|And your parents?
Don't do this to me.
What is that, Mary?
Just some seeds, for you know,|the garden out there.
That's better than what|my mother gets me.
My God, her tastes like|so Ralph Lauren.
I hope that you don't think|I am like putting in, but...
I thought you should know
that people are saying like|not very nice things about you.
Because of the way you're hanging|with Paulie.
I guess they think that you're|you must be like her.
I mean everybody knows that she|practically raped my sister.
Tori said that she crawled|into bed naked with her.
Paulie is my friend.
So I guess it doesn't really matter|what other people think.
How much does it matter|what other people think?
Depends on how much|they're paying you.
How much they're paying you?
My father sent me some seeds.
I was wandering if maybe|I could plant it somewhere?
Let's see what you've got.
Here, worm eggs.
Jake's hands are magical.
He knows exactly|where to touch me.
Teenage boys|are so clumsy.
No, he's so perfect,|you won't believe it.
He's like,|like a sculptor.
Roger?|Roger is no sculptor.
More like a...
kind of like a plumber.
Mine fineshes as soon|as he's inside.
That's what you get making|with a 16 years old.
Oh man, Jake go all night.
He is a total man.
Here, let's go.|Come on.
Rush it! Go!
You wouldn't take it lying down would you?
Some girl bird broke up|with you?
You wouldn't just lie there and squawk.
You'd fly up to the highest branch
and swoop your lady love back again|under your wing.
You'd fly your way to the sky.
You wouldn't just lie there and take it.
Like a girl.
Pick up the shard.
I said pick up the shard.
Our blood runs together.|Right?
The blood of the raptor.
Now cut off my hair.
Cause I'm going in war.
I got nothing to lose now.
Paulie, this is crazy.
Paulie?|Is this for Tori?
Just cut off my hair!
She wants a guy, Paulie.|Not a girl with hacked hair.
What are you talking?
I'm sorry, OK?
I just,|I just got to get her back.
Paulie, listen to me.
Tori is not a lesbian,|so if you should just forget about her, OK?
Lesbian? Are you fucking kidding me?|You think I'm a lesbian?
You're a girl in love|with the girl, aren't you?
No. I'm Paulie,|in love with Tori.
And Tori is,|she is in love with me.
Because she is mine|and I am hers
and neither of us are lesbian.
I will make me a willow|cabin at your gate
and call upon my soul|within the house
I will write loyal cantos|of condemned love
and sing them loud|even in the dead of night
I will howl your name to the reverb or hills|and make babbling gossip of the air cry out
Why don't you come down?
Don't ever touch a raptor.
I should have seen it comming.|-I saw it comming, I told you it was comming.
It's still comming.
I bet he doesn't know how to do|what I can do for you.
Paulie, tell me no more of this OK?
I love Jake.
Paulie, listen to me OK,|because I will say this once
And never, ever again.
I will never love anybody|the way I love you.
You know that,
and I know that.
And I will die knowing that.
But this can never
just can't forever be.
Do you understand?
This could never,
So what did you do at the geography?
Go ahead. Laugh.|It's OK.
You wanna laugh? Laugh.
It's so funny.
I know it.
How funny.|Ha, ha, ha.
Paulie, that's enough.
That's enough, Paulie.
Your parents are very worried|about you, Paulie.
They say you don't|return their calls.
I have no parents.
what used to be called|a nervous breakdown once.
When I was few years|older than you I...
someone got me help.
And looking back, Paulie,
I am very glad they did.
Because if they hadn't...
I don't know, it was
like I was a car with no driver|-"Shall I abide in this dull world
which in her absence|is no better than a stye?"
How are you going?
Kind of weird, actually.
What's goin' on??
Have you ever known|someone who changed?
What kind of change?
Like the change from this to the winter freeze.
The grass comes back every Spring,|green as ever.
I guess people can too.
Some people never come back.|Right?
Yeah, some people.
Listen, why are you asking...|-I have to go.
You will not fall.
Come, you spirits, that tend on|mortal thoughts, unsex me here.
And fill me from the crown|to the toe-top
full of direst cruelty!|Make thick my blood
stop up the access|and passage to remorse
that no compunctious|visiting of nature
shake my fell purpose.
Come to my woman's breasts and...
take my milk for gall,|you murthering ministers,
wherever in your sightless substances
you wait on nature's mischief!
Come, thick nigth, and...
pall thee in the dunnest smoke of hell that
my keen knife see not|the wound it makes
nor heaven peep through|the blanket of the dark
to cry "Hold, hold".
Now, does anyone know|what our friend Lady M is on about?
Oh well, I've never heard|that interpretation.
But that doesn't|make it invalid, Cordelia.
Tell us more.
Well, just, all the blod...
Thinking about our lunch,|were we Cordelia?
You looked like you were|involved with the piece.
Actually I was just thinking
whether the J's are gonna|take world serious again.
I don't believe you Paulie.|I saw you listen.
You can go fuck|yourself sideways.
Paulie is going through|the difficult time.
Now, shall I offer up|my interpretation?
I think that Lady Macbeth...
She wants to get up the guards.
To do what she has to do.
Only, the girl part of her|doesn't have the guts.
so she says:|"Turn my ball to gall"
And I think all those poison
But then,|what would happen to the baby?
The baby would die.
And she wants not|to care about that.
And she wants not to care.|To be like a guy.
Like a man.
Men don't care, you see.
I like what you said|about Shakespeare.
That scary speech.|-You did?
No I wish I could figure it on a sex term,|whatever, I mean like
I saw her. See you later.
Yeah. Read now.
Dear Miss Oster, after much difficulties|we've loceted your birth mother.
But we are sorry to inform you|that she does not wish to be|contacted by you at this time.
Do you want me to keep reading?
No, what.|She has a life.
She has a right to|fucking life, Mouse.
You shouldn't get on my lane again.
I have been looking|everywhere for you.
I am sorry I said|"go fuck yourself" in class there.
I was way on.|You can give me a detention.
Give me two.
I know someone, Paulie,|a friend of mine who can really help you.
Help me what?|-Help you deal.
Think why people who lie|at themselves need help, Faye?
Believes me please.|I know what you're going through.
No you don't.
Love can be
a very painful experience, I know.
You do not.
Yes Paulie, I think I know.
She is the only person|who ever loved me, you know.
I think I'll die without her.
You knew Jake Hollander|at senior school?
Yeah, I know him.
Now give him, "soon I'll kick your butt"
Jake, you butthole.|Saturday at noon.
Dark noon for you..
Duel to the death for the heart of my queen, Victoria.|Your's truely, Paulie, the raptor.
No, the dinner's at 6,|the tour is at 5.
Well, OK. Because long|as you're here for dinner
Because I don't worry there'll be any girl.|They're eating without the ball, dad.
I don't know.
Chicken Kiev, lobster?
Anything, it's buffet.
OK, so I'll see you on Friday.|6 o'clock, sharp.
Oh, yeah. I'm fine.
Maybe I tell you when I see you.
She's fucking fried.
I don't think it's such a good idea.
Why don't Tori just cut it off?
She's too nice. It's just she is.
Come on man, do it for Tori.|Do it for your woman.
I don't know.|And duel sounds like fun?
He's never been on time|for anything in his life.
He could be caught in traffic.
And it could be really bad|coming down here this time of day.
Yeah, for sure.
Hello, Miss Bannet.
How are you?|-I'm fine.|-Good.
What a wonderful party.|-Thank you |-You're welcome.
Good evening, Victoria.
Bruce, I wonder if I might cut in?
This is a joke?|Right Victoria?
Joke? I'm asking you, nicely.
Can I dance with your|daughter, please?
I'm afraid I don't think|that's appropriate
and I don't think|Victoria does either.
Are you crazy?
What? You know, last dancing?
You used to love to dance|with me on the roof, remember?
Don't make this difficult.
You love me Tori.
Like a friend.
As a lover. Say...
I'm in love with you Paulie.|You say, or stop this dance right now.
Then say it!
No. You tell anybody|what I really want.
Have you ever been|really thirsty?
You open a carton of milk
and pour into your mouth?
And it's... sour?
That happened inside me.|-I'm so tired.
I've never been so tired.
He can fly.
Hey, you taught him to fly?
He's gonna show us the way, Mary B.
The way? Mouse, where is your father?
Did I see you cry?
Are you crying like a girl?
Like a girly, girly girl?
I've been crying too, Mary B.
I've been crying|like a girly girl,
sucky suck for weeks now.|And it's time.
It's time for the raptor.|Are you with me?
I hate my father.|Say it, it's easy, come on!
I hate my father.
Yes, give me more.|- I wish he were dead.
I hate him.
I hate my stupid fucking,|asshole fucking father.
I hate him.|-"Unsex me here and take my milk for gall,
Fill me from crown to toe-top|full with direst cruelty.
Come on! Say that! Say to the raptor.|Come on!
Unsex me here.|Take my milk for gall.
Make thick my blood.|- Make thick my blood.
Feed the raptor.
Oh yes, you can.
Fill me from crown to toe-top|full with direst cruelty.
Come on, say that and feed the beast.
Fill me full from crown to toe-top.|Full with direst cruelty.
Are you ready, Mary B?
Ready for dark noon?
I am ready.
Are you ready for anything?|Rage more.
What the fuck is that?
It's her pet.
Is not a pet.|-Oh, no?
It's a killer.
Well, I came Paulie.
So what do you want to do?
You wanna fight me?
You and your bird?
I've got to warn you.|I'm on a wrestling team.
Oh, I get it.
LIke a stage fight.
We are going to have|a stage fight?
I played Laertes in the Hamlet last year.
I can do this.
I'm having fun doing this.
Come on, Paulie.
Place your bets my friends.|-For my love.
If you're talking about Tori,|get real.
She hates you.|She's too nice to tell you.
She loves me.
Stop talking shit, Paulie.
Tori is my girlfriend.
Give her up!
Say: I give her up.
Go fuck yourself.
Paulie.|-She cut me.
Fucking bitch.|-What are you doing?
What are you doing?
You are fucking crazy.
I will make me a willow|cabin at your gate.
And call upon my soul|within the house.
I rush into the secret house.
Dear my mother,
I almost got lost too, didn't I?
But the pure love you gave me|until you died
was like a flame,|always there, burning.
And just like the raptor
that little flame was all I needed
in order to see in the dark.
It saved me, mamma
from that deep dark.
Paulie, she didn't have that.
The darkness took over her|so she had to fly away.
I still dream of her.|Every night.
And I think I always will.
And you know, I can always|remember your face now.
Any time I think of you|I look up and I can see your face.
My mother's face.
Like a flame across the sky.
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