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Our pasta this evening...
is squid ravioli|in a lemon grass broth...
with goat cheese profiteroles,|and I also have an arugula Caesar salad.
For entrees this evening, I have|swordfish meatloaf with onion marmalade,
rare roasted partridge breast in|raspberry coulis with a sorrel timbale.
...and grilled free-range rabbit|with herbed french fries.
Our pasta tonight is a squid ravioli|in a lemon grass broth.
God, I hate this place. It's a chick's|restaurant. Why aren't we at Dorsia ?
Because Bateman won't give|the maitre d' head.
Is that Reed Robinson|over there ?
- Are you freebasing or what ?|That's not Robinson. Well, who is it then ?
- It's Paul Allen.|- That's not Paul Allen.
Paul Allen's on the other side|of the room over there.
Who's he with ?|Some weasel from Kicker Peabody.
They don't have a good bathroom|to do coke in.
Are you sure that's Paul Allen over there ?|Yes, McDufus, I am.
- He's handling the Fisher account.|- Lucky bastard.
- Lucky Jew bastard.|- Jesus, McDermott, what does that have to do with anything ?
I've seen that bastard|sitting in his office...
talking on the phone to the C.E.O.s,|spinnin' a fuckin' menorah.
Not a menorah.|You spin a dreidel.
Oh, my God, Bateman.
Do you want me to fry you up some|fucking potato pancakes ? Some latkes ?
No, just... cool it with|the anti-Semitic remarks.
Oh, I forgot. Bateman's dating someone|from the A.C.L.U.
He's the voice of reason.|The boy next door.
Speaking of reasonable--|Only $570.
That's not bad.
A little something|for the purse.
Give her the 50.
Stoli on the rocks.
These aren't good anymore.|It's a cash bar.
That'll be $25.
You're a fucking ugly bitch.
I wanna stab you to death...
and play around|with your blood.
What can I get|for you two ?
I live in the|American Gardens building...
on West 81st Street|on the 11th floor.
My name is Patrick Bateman.
I'm 27 years old.
I believe in|taking care of myself,
in a balanced diet,|in a rigorous exercise routine.
ln the morning,|if my face is a little pufffy,
I'll put on an icepack|while doing my stomach crunches.
I can do a thousand now.
After I remove the icepack,|I use a deeppore cleanser lotion.
In the shower, I use|a water-activated gel cleanser.
Then|a honey-almond bodyscrub.
And on the face,|an exfoliating gelscrub.
Then I apply|an herb mint facialmasque,
which lleave on forten minutes|while I prepare the rest of my routine.
I always use an aftershave lotion|with little or no alcohol,
because alcohol dries your face out|and makes you look older.
Then moisturizer,
then an anti-aging eye balm,
followed by a final|moisturizing protective lotion.
There is an idea|of a Patrick Bateman.
Some kind of abstraction,|but there is no real me.
Only an entity--|something illusory.
And though I can hide|my cold gaze...
and you can shake my hand|and feel flesh gripping yours...
and may be you can even sense|our life styles are probably comparable,
I simply am not there.
Good morning.
Good morning, Hamilton.|Nice tan.
Late.|Aerobics class. Sorry. Any messages ?
Ricky Harrison has to cancel.|He didn't say what he was cancelling or why.
I occasionally box with Ricky|at the Harvard Club. Anyone else ?
Spencer wants to meet for drinks|at Fluties, Pier 17. When ?
After 6:00.|And what should I say ? Negative. Cancel it.
Just say "no"|Just say "no" ?
Okay, Jean.
I need reservations for three|at Camols at 12:30,
and if not there|try Crayons.
Allright ?|Yes, sir.
Oh, wait. And I need reservations|for two at Arcadia at 8:00 on Thursday.
Something romantic ?
Silly. Forget it.|I'll make them.
No, I'll do it.|No, no.
Be a doll and just get me a mineral|water, okay ? You look nice today.
Don't wear that outfit again.
What ? I didn't hear you.
I said, do not wear|that outfit again.
Wear a dress, a skirt or something.|You don't like this, I take it.
Come on.|You're prettier than that.
- Thanks, Patrick.|- I'm not here.
And high heels.|I like high heels.
Feathered friends for 600.
During courtship,|the male frigate bird...
inflates to enormous size|the red pouch found here.
And I want|hundreds of thousands of roses.
And lots of|chocolate truffles,
Godiva, and oysters|in the halfshell.
I'm trying to listen to|the new Robert Palmer tape,
but Evelyn, my supposed fiance,|keeps buzzing in my ear.
Annie Leibovitz.|We'll get Annie Leibovitz.
And we'll have to get|someone to videotape.
Patrick,|we should do it.
Do what ?|Get married. Have a wedding.
No. I can't take|the time off work.
Your father practically owns the company.|You can do anything you like, silly.
- I don't want to talk about it.|- I hate that job anyway.
I don't see why|you just don't quit.
Because I want to fit in.
Williams party.
I'm on the verge of tears|by the time we arrive at Espace,
since I'm positive|we won't have a decent table.
But we do, and relief washes over me|in an awesome wave.
Patrick, this is my cousin Vanden|and her boyfriend Stash.
They're both artists.|The menu's in braille.
I see you've met everyone.|You look awful.
Okay. Allright.
I'm fairly certain that...
Timothy Bryce and Evelyn|are having an affair.
Timothy is the only|interesting person I know.
I'm almost completely indifferent|as to whether Evelyn knows...
I'm having an affair with Courtney|Rawlinson, her closest friend.
Courtney is almost|perfect looking.
She's usually operating on|one or more psychiatric drugs.
Tonight, I believe, it's Xanax.|Mmm. Oh.
More disturbing than her drug use,|though, is the fact that she's engaged...
to Luis Carruthers, the biggest doofus|in the business.
Tell me, Stash.
Do you think Soho is becoming too...|commercial ?
- Yes. I read that.|- Oh, who gives a rat's ass ?
Hey, that affects us.
Well, what about the massacres in Sri|Lanka, honey ? Doesn't that affect us too ?
Do you know anything about|Sri Lanka ?
How, like, the Sikhs are killing|tons of Israelis over there ?
Come on, Bryce.
There are a lot more important problems|than Sri Lanka to worry about.
- Like what ?|- Well, we have to end apartheid, for one,
slow down the nuclear arms race,|stop terrorism and world hunger.
We have to provide food and shelter|for the homeless...
and oppose racial discrimination|and promote civil rights,
while also promoting|equal rights for women.
We have to encourage|a return...
to traditional moral values.
Most importantly,
we have to promote|general social concern...
and less materialism|in young people.
Patrick,|how thought provoking.
Bleaching ? Are you|trying to say "bleaching" ?
Oh, my God.|Two things.
One: You can't bleach a Cerruti.|Out of the question.
Two: I can only get|these sheets in Santa Fe.
These are very expensive sheets,|and I really need them cleaned.
Lady, if you don't shut your|fucking mouth, I will kill you.
Now, listen.
I have a lunch meeting at Hubert's|in 20 minutes with Ronald Harrison.
I need those sheets|cleaned by this afternoon.
Listen, I can't understand you !|This is crazy ! You're a fool.
I can't cope with this|stupid "bitchee" !
Understand ?|Christ. Patrick ?
Hi, Patrick.
I thought that was you.|Hello. This is--
Isn't it ridiculous, coming all the way up here ?|They really are the best.
Then why can't they|get these stains out ?
I mean, can you talk to these people|or something ? I'm not getting anywhere.
- Oh, what are those ?|- Well, it's--
- Cranberry juice. Cranapple.|- Really ?
Listen, if you could talk to them,|I would really appreciate it.
I'm really late. I have a lunch|appointment at Hubert's in 15 minutes.
Hubert's ?|That moved uptown, right ? Oh, boy.
Listen, I've gotta go.|Thank you, Victoria.
Maybe we could do lunch|one day next week.
I'm downtown quite often. What about|a Saturday ? I'm at work all the time.
Next Saturday ?|Can't, I'm afraid. Sure.
At a matinee of LesMis.|Listen, I really gotta go.
Oh, Christ.|I'll call you. Okay. Do.
Listen, you're dating Lewis,|he's in Arizona.
You're fucking me,|and we haven't made plans.
What could you possibly|be up to tonight ?
Stop it. I'm--|On a lot of lithium ?
Waiting for Luis to call me.|He said he'd call tonight.
Pumpkin ? Pumpkin,|you're dating an asshole.
Mm-hmm. Pumpkin, you're dating the|biggest dickweed in New York.
Pumpkin, you're dating|a tumbling, tumbling dickweed.
Patrick, stop calling me|pumpkin, okay ?
I have to go.|Courtney ?
Hmm ?|Dinner.
I can't.|I'm thinking Dorsia.
Dorsia's nice.|Wear something fabulous.
Oh,yeah !
Um, yes, I know|it's a little late,
but is it possible to reserve a|table for two at 8:00 or 8:30, perhaps ?
...a facialat Elizabeth Arden,|which was really relaxing.
And then,|to the Pottery Barn,
where I got this little...
silver muffin dish.|Is that Donald Trump's car ?
God, Patrick.|Shut up.
You know, Courtney, you should|take some more lithium or have a Diet Coke.
Some caffeine might get you|out of this slump.
I just want a child.
Just two...
Are we here ?|Yeah.
This is Dorsia ?|Yes, dear.
Courtney, you're gonna have|the peanut butter soup...
with smoked duck|and mashed squash.
New York Matinee called it|"a playful but mysterious little dish."
You'll love it. And then the red|snapper with violets and pine nuts.
I think that'll|follow nicely.
Mmm.|Thanks, Patrick.
Patrick, thanks so much|for looking after Courtney.
Dorsia.|How impressive.
How on Earth did you get|a reservation there ?
Lucky, I guess.
That's a wonderful suit.
Don't tell me. Don't tell me.|Let me guess.
Mmm, Valentino Couture ?
It looks so soft.|Your compliment was sufficient, Luis.
Hello, Halberstram. Nice tie.|How the hell are you ?
Allen has mistaken me for this|dickhead, Marcus Halberstram.
It seems logical because|Marcus also works at P&P,
and in fact does|the same exact thing I do.
He also has a penchant for Valentino suits|and Oliver Peoples glasses.
Marcus and I|even go to the same barber,
although I have|a slightly better haircut.
- How's the Ransom account going, Marcus ?|- It's, uh, all right.
Really ? That's interesting.|It's not, uh, not great.
- Oh, well, you know.|- So, how's Cecilia ?
- She's a great girl.|- Oh, yeah. I'm very lucky.
- Mm-hmm.|- Hey, Allen, congratulations on the Fisher account.
- Thankyou, Baxter.|- Listen, Paul. Squash.
Call me.|How about Friday ?
No can do.|I got an 8:30 res at Dorsia.
Greatsea urchin ceviche.
Dorsia on Friday night ?|How'd he swing that ?
I think he's lying.
- Is that a gram ?|- New card.
What do you think ?
Whoa-ho.|Very nice.
Look at that. Picked them up from|the printer's yesterday.
Good coloring.|That's bone.
And the lettering is something|called Silian Rail.
It's very cool, Bateman,|but that's nothing. Look at this.
That is really nice.
Eggshell with Romalian type.|What do you think ?
Jesus. That is really super.|How'da nitwit like you get so tasteful?
I can't believe that Bryce...
prefers Van Patten's card|to mine.
But wait.|You ain't seen nothin' yet.
Raised lettering,|pale nimbus... white.
Impressive.|Very nice.
Let's see Paul Allen's card.
Look at that subtle|off-white coloring.
The tasteful thickness of it.
Oh, my God.|It even has a watermark.
Is something wrong,|Patrick ?
You're sweating.
Hello. Pat Bateman.
You want some, uh, money ?
Some food ?
- Is this what you need ?|- I'm-I'm hungry.
Yeah.|Cold out too, isn't it ?
Why don't you get a job ?|If you're so hungry, why don't you get a job ?
I lost my job.
Why ? You drinking ?
Is that why you lost it ?|Insider trading ?
Just joking.
Listen, what's your name ?|Al.
Hmm ? Speak up.|Come on. Al.
Get a goddamn job, Al.
You got a negative attitude.|That's what's stopping you.
You gotta get your act together.|I'll help you.
You are so kind, mister.|You're a kind-- You're a kind man.
It's okay.|I can tell.
Please, you gotta tell me|what to do. You gotta help me.
I'm so cold,|I'm hungry.
You know how bad you smell ?
You reek of shit.|Do you know that ?
I'm sorry.|It's just that--
I don't know.
I don't have anything|in common with you.
Oh. Oh, thankyou, mister.|Thankyou.
I'm cold out here.
You know what a fucking loser you are ?|What ?
What beautiful skin you have,|Mr. Bateman.
So fine,|so smooth.
I have all the characteristics|of a human being--
flesh, blood, skin, hair--
but not a single, clear,|identifiable emotion,
except for greed and disgust.
Something horrible|is happening inside of me,
and I don't know why.
My nightly bloodlust|has overflowed into my days.
I feel lethal,|on the verge of frenzy.
I think my mask of sanity|is about to slip.
Hey, Mc Cloy,|what do you say ?
Hey, Hamilton.|Have a holly, jolly Christmas.
Is Allen still handling the Fisher account ?|Ofcourse. Who else ?
Mistletoe alert.|Merry Xmas, Patrick.
Merry Xmas, Harry.|Merry Christmas.
You're late, honey.|Oh, yes, you are. I'm not late.
I've been here the entire time.|You just didn't see me.
Say hello to Snowball.|Snowball says, "Merry Christmas, Patrick."
What is it ?|It's a little baby piggly-wiggly, isn't it ?
It's a Vietnamese|potbellied pig.
They make darling pets.|Don't you ?
Don't you ?
Stop scowling, Patrick.|You're such a grinch.
And what does Mr. Grinch|want for Christmas ?
And don't say|breast implants again.
Allen. Marcus.|Merry Christmas.
How you been ? Workaholic, I suppose ?|Haven't seen you in a while.
Hey, Hamilton. We're goin' to Nell's.|Limo's out front.
We should have dinner.|Maybe you could bring--
Cecilla ?|Yes, Cecilla.
Oh, Cecilla would adore it.
Well, then,|let's do it, Marcus.
Great party.|Thanks.
Patrick, why is he|calling you Marcus ?
Mistletoe alert.
Marcus Halberstram|for two at 7:00.
No, l want to know, okay ?|I came here for the cilantro crawfish gumbo,
which is, after all, the only excuse|one could have for being in this restaurant,
which is, by the way,|almost completely empty.
I'm very sorry, sir.|J&B straight, and a Corona.
Would you like to hear--|Double Absolut martini.
Yes, sir.|Would you like to hear the specials ?
Not if you want|to keep your spleen.
This is a real beehive of activity, Halberstram.|This place is hot.
Very hot.|Listen, the mud soup and charcoal arugula...
are outrageous here.
Yeah, well, you're late.|Hey, I'm a child ofdivorce.
Give me a break.
I see they've omitted the pork loin|with lime Jell-O. We should've gone to Dorsia.
I could've gotten us a table.|Nobody goes there anymore.
Is that Ivana Trump ?
Oh, geez, Patrick. I mean, Marcus.|What are you thinking ?
Why would Ivana|be at Texarkana ?
So, uh, wasn't Rothchild originally|handling the Fisher account ?
How'd you get it ?|Well, I could tell you that, Halberstram,
but then I'd have to|kill you.
I like to dissect girls.|Did you know I'm utterly insane ?
Great tan, Marcus.|I mean, really impressive.
Where do you tan ?|Salon.
I've got a tanning bed at home.|You should look into it.
And, uh, Cecilla.
How is she ?|Where is she tonight ?
Cecilla's, uh--|Well, you know Cecilla.
I think she's having dinner|with, um, Evelyn Williams.
Evelyn ?|Great ass.
Goes out with that loser|Patrick Bateman. What a dork.
Another martini, Paul ?
You like|Huey Lewis and the News ?
Um, they're okay.
They're early work was a little|too new wave for my taste.
But when Sports|came out in '83,
I think they really came into their own,|commercially and artistically.
The whole album has|a clear, crisp sound,
and a new sheen of|consummate professionalism...
that really gives the songs|a big boost.
He's been compared|to Elvis Costello,
but I think Huey has a far more bitter,|cynical sense of humor.
Hey, Halberstram ?|Yes, Allen ?
Why are there copies of the Style|section all over the place ?
Do you-- Do you have a dog ?|A little chow or something ?
- No, Allen.|- Is that a raincoat ?
Yes, it is.
In '87, Huey released this--
Fore, their most|accomplished album.
I think their undisputed|masterpiece is "Hip To Be Square."
The song's so catchy, most people|probably don't listen to the lyrics.
But they should,|because it's not just about...
the pleasures of conformity|and the importance of trends.
It's also a personal statement|about the band itself. Hey, Paul !
Try getting a reservation|at Dorsia now,
you fuckin' stupid bastard !
You fucking bastard !
He was completely naked|and standing up on the table.
He had no clothes on|what so ever, and he--
Patrick ?|Patrick.
Is that you ?
No, Luis, it's not me.|You're mistaken.
This is my very good friend,|Patrick Bateman.
Where are you going ? We're going to Nell's.|Gwendolyn's father is buying it.
Where did you get|that overnight bag ?
Jean-Paul Gaultier.
When I get|to Paul Allen's place,
I use the keys|I took from his pocket...
before disposing|of the body.
There is a moment|of sheer panic...
when I realize that Paul's|apartment overlooks the park...
and is obviously|more expensive than mine.
I calm myself|and move into the bedroom,
where I find his suitcase|and start to pack.
It's time for Paul|to take a little trip.
Where do I send the bastard ?
Dallas ?
Paris ? Singapore ?
London ? I'll send|the asshole to London.
Hi. This is Paul.
I've been called away|to London for a few days.
Meredith, I'll call you when I get back.|Hasta la vista, baby.
What is it ?
Patrick.|Yes, Jean ?
There's a Mr. Donald Kimball|here to see you. Who ?
Detective Donald Kimball.
Tell him I'm at lunch.
Patrick, it's only 10:30.|I think he knows you're here.
Send him in, I guess.
Now, John, you've gotta wear clothes|in proportion to your physique.
There are definite do's and don'ts, good buddy,|of wearing a bold-striped shirt.
A bold-striped shirt|calls for solid-colored...
or discreetly patterned|suits and ties.
Yes, always tip the stylist|15 percent.
Listen,John, I've gotta go.|T. Boone Pickens just walked in.
Just joking. No, don't tip|the owner of the salon.
Okay, John ? Right.
Got it.|Sorry about that.
No, I'm sorry.|I should've made an appointment.
Was that anything important ?
Oh, that ?|Just mulling over business problems,
examining opportunities, exchanging rumors,|spreading gossip.
I'm Donald Kimball.|Hi. Pat Bateman.
Nice to meet you. Sorry to barge|in on you like this.
I know how busy|you guys can get.
So, what's the, uh,|topic of discussion ?
I've been hired|by Meredith Powell...
to investigate the disappearance|of Paul Allen.
I see, yeah.|Paul's disappearance, yeah.
So it's nothing|that official.
- I just have some questions about|Paul Allen and yourself. - Coffee ?
- No, I'm okay.|- Apollinaris ?
No, I'm okay.
Can you bring Mr.--
Kimball. No, I'm okay.|Mr. Kimball a bottle of Apollinaris.
It's no problem.
So, what's the topic|of discussion ?
The disappearance|of Paul Allen.
Uh-huh, right.|Well, I, um, haven't--
I haven't heard anything about|the disappearance or anything.
Not on page six, at least.
- I think his family wants this kept quiet.|- Understandable. Lime ?
- No, really, I'm okay.|- You sure ? I can always get you a lime.
Just some preliminary questions that I need|for my own files, okay ?
Hold old are you ?|Twenty-seven.
Where did you go to school ?|Harvard.
Then Harvard Business School.|Your address ?
The American Gardens Building,|West 81st Street.
- Nice. Very nice.|- Thanks.
What can you tell me about Paul Allen ?|I'm at a loss.
He was part of that whole Yale thing.|"Yale thing" ?
- Yeah, Yale thing.|- What do you mean, "Yale thing" ?
Well, I think for one that he was probably|a closet homosexual...
who did a lot of cocaine.
That "Yale thing."
What kind of man was he, besides|the information you've just given ?
- I hope I'm not being cross-examined here.|- You feel like that ?
No, not really.
Where did Paul hang out ?
Hang out ?|Yeah, you know, hang out.
Let me think.|Um, the Newport, Harry's,
Fluties, Indochine,
Nell's, the Cornell Club,
the New York Yacht Club.|He had a yacht ?
- No, he just hung out there.|- And where did he go to school ?
Don't you know this ?
I just wanted to know|if you know.
Before Yale, if I remember correctly,|St. Paul's.
Listen, I just--|I just wanna help.
I understand.
Do you have any witnesses|or fingerprints ?
Well, there's a message on his answering|machine that says he went to London.
- Well, maybe he did, huh ?|- His girlfriend doesn't think so.
- But has anyone seen him in London ?|- Actually, yes.
Hmm. But I've had a hardtime|getting actual verification.
A Stephen Hughes said he saw him|at a restaurant there.
But I checked it out,|and what happened is...
he mistook a Herbert Ainsworth|for Paul, so--
- Had his apartment been burglarized ?|- No, actually, it hadn't.
Toiletries were missing, a suit was|gone, so was some luggage. That's it.
I mean, no one's dealing with the|homicide squad yet or anything, right ?
No, not yet.|As I said, we're not sure.
Basically, no one's seen|or heard anything.
So typical, isn't it ?|It's just strange.
One day,|someone's walking around,
going to work, alive,|and then--
People just disappear.
The earth just...|opens up and swallows them.
Eerie.|Really eerie.
Listen, you'll have|to excuse me.
I have a lunch meeting with Cliff Huxtable|at Four Seasons in 20 minutes.
The Four Seasons ?|Isn't that a little far uptown ?
I mean, aren't you gonna be late ?|No, there's one down here.
Oh, really ? I didn't know that.|Yeah, it's very good.
Listen, if anything else|occurs to you, any information--
Absolutely. I'm 100 percent with you.|Great.
And thanks for your time,|Mr. Bateman.
I haven't seen you around here.|You just haven't been lookin'.
- Would you like to see my apartment ?|- I'm not supposed to.
Do you wanna come|to my apartment or not ?
I'm not supposed to,|but I can make an exception.
Do you take a credit card ?
I'm joking.
Come on. Get in.
I'd like a girl.|Early 20s.
Blonde, who does couples.|Couples.
And I really can't stress|blonde enough. Blonde.
I'm Paul.
My name's Paul Allen.|You got that ?
You're Christie.|You're to respond only to Christie.
Is that clear ?
That's a very fine chardonnay|you're drinking.
I want you|to clean your vagina.
No. From behind.|Get on your knees.
You have a very nice body.
Mm-hmm ?
Thank you. Send her up.
Christie,|get out and dry off.
Choose a robe--|not the Bijan--
and come and meet me and our guest in|the living room for drinks.
You've arrived.|How lovely.
Let me take your coat.
I'm Paul.|How good of you to come.
Not quite blonde,|are you ?
More dirty blonde.
I'm gonna call you|Sabrina.
I'm Paul Allen.
Don't you wanna know|what I do ?
No.|No, not really.
Well, I work on Wall Street...
for Pierce & Pierce.
Have you heard of it ?
You have a really|nice place here, Paul.
How much|did you pay for it ?
Well, actually,
that's none of your business,|Christie.
But I can assure you,|it certainly wasn't cheap.
No. No smoking.|Not in here.
Varda truffle ?
I don't want you to get drunk,
but that's a very fine|chardonnay you're not drinking.
Do you like Phil Collins ?
I've been a big Genesis fan|eversince the release...
of their 1980 album Duke.
Before that, I really didn't|understand any of their work.
It was too artsy,|too intellectual.
It was on Duke where...
Phil Collins' presence|became more apparent.
I think Invisible Touch is the group's|undisputed masterpiece.
It's an epic meditation|on intangibility.
At the same time,|it deepens and enriches...
the meaning of|the preceding three albums.
Christie,|take off the robe.
Listen to the brilliant|ensemble playing...
of Banks, Collins|and Rutherford.
You can practically hear|every nuance of every instrument.
Sabrina, remove your dress.
ln terms of lyrical craftsmanship|and sheer songwriting,
this album hits a new peak|of professionalism.
Sabrina, why don't you,|uh, dance a little.
Take the lyrics to|"Land of Confusion."
In this song,|Phil Collins...
addresses the problems|of abusive political authority.
"In Too Deep" is the most moving pop song|of the 1980s...
about monogamy and commitment.
The song is|extremely uplifting.
Their lyrics are|as positive and affirmative...
as, uh, anything|I've heard in rock.
Christie,|get down on your knees...
so Sabrina can see your asshole.
Phil Collins' solo career...
seems to be more commercial,
and therefore more satisfying|in a narrower way,
especially songs like "In the|Air Tonight" and "Against All Odds."
Sabrina, don't just stare at it.|Eat it.
I also think that|Phil Collins works best...
within the confines of the group|than as a solo artist.
And I stress the word "artist."
This is "Sussudio."
A great, great song.|A personal favorite.
Look at the camera.
Christie, look at the camera.
Don't touch the watch.
Can we go now ?
We're not through yet.
If they have a good personality and they|are not great looking, then who fucking cares ?
Let's just say|hypothetically, okay ?
What if they have|a good personality ?
I know.|I know.
There are no girls|with good personalities.
A good personality consists|of a chick with a little hard body...
who will satisfy|all sexual demands...
without being too slutty|about things...
and who will essentially keep|her dumb fucking mouth shut.
The only girls|with good personalities...
who are smart or maybe funny|or halfway intelligent or talented--
though God knows what the fuck that means--|are ugly chicks.
Absolutely. And this is because|they have to make up...
for how fucking|unattractive they are.
- Do you know what Ed Gein said about women ?|- Maitre d' at Canal Bar ?
- No, serial killer, Wisconsin, in the 50s.|- And what did Ed say ?
"When I see a pretty girl walking|down the street, I think two things.
"One part of me wants to|take her out and talk to her,
be real nice and sweet|and treat her right."
- And what did the other part|of him think ?
What her head would look like|on a stick.
Hi, guys.|I wanna get your opinion on something.
It's my business card.
I decided to get|a new one too.
Oh, it's--
Very nice, Luis.
Thank you.
Listen, what about dinner ?
Is that all you ever have to contribute,|Van Patten ? "What about fucking dinner" ?
Cheer up there, Bateman. What's the matter ?|No shiatsu this morning ?
Keep touching me like that, you'll draw|back a stump. Hold on there, little buddy.
Excuse me.
God. Patrick.|Why here ?
I've seen you|looking at me.
I've noticed your...
hot body.
Don't be shy.
You can't imagine how long|I've wanted this--
ever since that Christmas party|at Arizona 206.
You know, the one you were wearing|that red-striped paisley Armani tie.
I want you.|I want you too.
Patrick.|What is it ?
Where are you going ?
I've gotta return|some video tapes.
Patrick !
Okay, London the--
London, there's, um, a reservation--|Any Paul Allen ?
No. A reservation, but--|Kimball !
I've been wanting to talk with you.|Come into my office.
Jean, greatjacket.|Matsuta ?
Do you remember where you were the night|of Paul's disappearance,
which was on|the 20th of December ?
I guess I was probably|returning video tapes.
I had a date|with a girl named Veronica.
That's not what I've got.|What ?
That's not the information|I've received.
Well, I-- Wait.
- What information have you received ?|- Let me see.
You were with--|Well, I could be wrong.
When was the last time|you were with Paul Allen ?
We'd gone to a new musical...
called|Oh, Africa, Brave Africa.
It was a laugh riot.|That was about it.
I think we had dinner at Orso's. No, Peto--|No, Orso's.
I hope I've been informative.|Long day, a bit scattered.
I'm a little spent now too.
But how about lunch|in a week or so...
when I've sorted out|all this information ?
Great.|Yes, I'd like that.
And if you could try and pin down|where you were...
the night of Paul Allen's disappearance,|it would make my job a lot easier.
Absolutely.|I'm with you on that one.
Huey Lewis and the News.
Great stuff. I just bought it on my way here.|You heard it ?
Never. I mean,|I don't really like singers.
Not a big music fan, huh ?|No, I like music.
Just they're--|Huey's too black sounding for me.
To each his own.
So, lunch next week ?
I'll be there.
Oh !
Oh !
Will you call me before Easter ?|Maybe.
What are you doing tonight ?
Dinner at, uh, River Cafe.
Au Bar afterwards, maybe.|That's nice.
I never knew you smoked.
You never noticed.
Listen, Patrick.
Can we talk ?
You look... marvelous.
There's nothing to say.
You're gonna marry Luis.|Isn't that special ?
Patrick ?
Yes, Courtney ?
If I don't see you|before Easter,
have a nice one, okay ?
You too.
Patrick ?
Yeah ?
There is this theory now--|Listen to me.
There is this theory now that if|you can catch the AlDS virus...
by having sex with someone who's infected,|then you can catch anything.
Alzheimer's, muscular dystrophy,|hemophilia,
leukemia, diabetes,|dyslexia.
I'm not sure, but I don't think|dyslexia is a virus.
But who knows ?|They don't know that.
Prove it.
Oh, God.|What ?
It's a fucking milligram of sweetener.|I wanna get high off this,
not sprinkle it on my fucking oatmeal.|It's definitely weak,
but I have a feeling if we do|enough of it, we'll be okay.
Can you keep it down ?|I'm trying to do drugs.
Fuck you ! Calm down.|Let's do it anyway.
That's right.
That is if the faggot in the next|stall thinks it's okay !
Fuck you !|Hey, fuck you !
Sorry, dude. Steroids.
Okay, let's do it.
Where did Craig go ?
Well, Gorbachev is downstairs.|McDermott went to sign a peace treaty...
between the United States|and Russia.
He's the one behind Glasnost.
- He said he was in mergers and acquisitions.|- You're not confused, are you ?
No, not really.
Gorbachev is not downstairs.|- Karen's right.
Gorbachev's not downstairs.|He's at Tunnel.
Ask me a question.
So, what do you do ?
I'm into, uh, well, murders|and executions, mostly.
- Do you like it ?|- Well, it depends. Why ?
Well, most guys I know who work in mergers|and acquisitions really don't like it.
So, where do you work out ?
You think I'm dumb,|don't you ?
What ? You think I'm dumb.|You think all models are dumb.
No.|I really don't.
That's okay.|I don't mind.
There's something sweet|about you.
Doin' the crossword ?
You need any help ?
-Jean ?|- Yes, Patrick ?
Would you like to accompany me|to dinner ?
That is,|if you're not doing anything.
Um, no. No,|I don't have any plans.
isn't this a coincidence ?
Listen, where should we go ?|Anywhere you want.
Let's not think about what I want.|How about anywhere you want ?
I don't know, Patrick.|I can't make this decision.
Come on.|Where do you wanna go ?
Anywhere you want, just say it.|I can get us in anywhere.
What about...
Dorsia ?
Dorsia is where|Jean wants to go.
Well, I don't know.|We'll go wherever you wanna go.
Dorsia is fine.
Dorsia. Yes ?
Yeah, can you take two tonight at,|oh, let's say 9:00 ? We're totally booked.
Really ? That's great.
No, I said we are totally booked.|Two at 9:00 ? Perfect.
See ya then.
Yeah ?
You're... dressed okay.
- You didn't give a name.|- They know me.
Why don't you meet me|at my place at 7:00...
for drinks.
And Jean,
you'll wanna change|before we go out.
Patrick, it's so elegant.
What a wonderful view.
sorbet ?
Thanks, Patrick.|I'd love some.
Do you want a bite ?|I'm on a diet. But thank you.
You don't need to lose any weight.|You're kidding, right ?
You look great.|Very fit.
You can always be thinner,|look better.
Well, maybe we shouldn't go out to dinner.|I don't wanna ruin your will power.
No, it's all right.
I'm not very good|at controlling it anyway.
So listen.
What do you really|wanna do with your life ?
Just briefly, summarize.
And don't tell me you enjoy working|with children, okay ?
Well, I'd like to travel|and maybe go back to school,
but I don't really know.
I'm at a point in my life where|there seems to be so many possibilities,
but I'm-- I don't know--|I'm just so unsure.
Do you have a boyfriend ?
No, not really.|Interesting.
Are you seeing anyone ?|I mean, seriously ?
I don't know.|Not really.
do you feel... fulfilled ?
I mean, in your life ?
I guess I do. For a long time|I was too focused on my work.
But now I've really begun to think|about changing myself, you know,
developing and growing.
Growing.|I'm glad you said that.
Did you know that, uh,|Ted Bundy's first dog,
a collie,|was named Lassie ?
Had you heard this ?|Who's Ted Bundy ?
Forget it.
What's that ?
Duct tape. I need it for, uh,|taping something.
have you ever wanted to...|make someone happy ?
What ? No !|Put it in the carton.
Jean ?
What ?|Uh, make someone happy ?
Have you ever wanted to ?
I'm looking for, uh,
I guess you could say I just wanna have|a meaningful relationship...
with someone special.|Hmm.
Patrick ? Patrick ?|I know you're there.
Pick up the phone,|you badboy.
What are you up to tonight ?|It's me. Don't try to hide.
I hope you're not with some little number|you picked up because you're my Mr. Bateman.
My boy next door.
Anyway, you never called me|and you said you would,
and I'll leave a message for Jean|about this, too, to remind you,
but we're having dinner|with Melania and Taylor.
You know Me lania.|She went to Sweet Briar.
And we're meeting|at the Cornell Club,
so I'll call you|tomorrowmorning, honey.
Oops. Sorry.|I know you hate that.
Bye, Patrick.|Bye, Mr. Big Time C.E.O. Bye-bye.
Was that Evelyn ?
Are you still seeing her?
I'm sorry.|I have no right to ask that.
Do you want me to go ?
I don't think|I can control myself.
I know. I should go. I know I have|a tendency to get involved with unavailable men.
I mean,
do you want me to go ?
I think if you stay,
something bad will happen.
I think I might hurt you.
You don't wanna get hurt,|do you ?
No. No, I guess not.
I don't wanna get bruised.
You're right.|I should go.
Oh. Don't forget you have a lunch date|tomorrow with Donald Kimball at Smith and Wolenski's.
It slipped my mind completely.
So, the night|he disappeared--
any new thoughts|about what you did ?
Not sure.|Um, I had a shower...
and some sorbet ?
I think you're getting|your dates mixed up.
But how ?
Where do you place...|Paul that night ?
According to his date book, and|this was verified by his secretary,
he had dinner|with Marcus Halberstram.
And ?|I questioned him.
- Marcus ? - Yes, and he denies it, though,|at first, he couldn't be sure.
But he denied it.|Yes.
Well, does Marcus|have an alibi ?
Yes.|He does ? You'resure ?
I checked it out.|It's clean.
Now, where were you ?
Where was Marcus ?
He wasn't with Paul Allen.
Who was he with ?|He was...
at Atlantis... with...
Craig McDermott, Frederick Dibble,|Harry Newman, George Butner...
and... you.
Oh, right, yeah.|Of course.
We had wanted|Paul Allen to come,
but he had made plans.
And I guess I had dinner with|Victoria the following night.
Personally, I think the guy|went a little nutso.
Split town for a while. Maybe he did go|to London, sightseeing, drinking, whatever.
Anyway, I'm pretty sure he'll turn|up sooner or later. I mean, to think...
that one of his friends killed him for no|reason whatsoever would be too ridiculous.
Isn't that right, Patrick ?
Christie. Christie.
I'm not so sure about this.|I had to go to Emergency after last time.
This won't be anything|like last time. I promise.
I don't think so.
Just come in the limo|and talk to me for a minute.
The driver's here.|You'll be safe.
Nothing like last time.|Promise.
All right.
So, you're looking great.|How have you been ?
Well, I actually might need surgery|after last time. Really ?
My friend told me I should maybe|even get a lawyer.
Lawyers are so complicated.
Don't do that.
Here's a check.
Uh-uh. Half now,|half later.
Okay, your name is Christie.
We're meeting a friend|of mine, Elizabeth.
She'll bejoining us|in my new apartment shortly.
You'll like her.|She's a very nice girl.
You look really familiar.|Did you go to Dalton ?
I think I met you at Surf Bar, didn't I ?|With Spicey ?
Well, maybe not with Spicey, but|definitely at SurfBar. You know, SurfBar.
Anyway, Surf Bar sucks now.|It's terrible.
Went to a birthday party there|for Malcolm Forbes. Oh, my God, please.
This is nicer|than your other apartment.
Oh, it's not|that nice.
Where did you two meet ?|Oh, God. We met at...
oh, God, at the Kentucky Derby|in '85, or '86.
You were hanging out with that|bimbo Allison Poole. Hot number.
What do you mean ?|She was a hot number.
If you had a platinum card, she'd give you|a blowjob. This girl worked in a tanning salon.
What do you do ?
She's my... cousin.
Uh-huh.|She's from... France.
Where's your phone ?|I've gotta call Harley.
Where do you summer,|South Hampton ?
- No.|- Oh, God, it's his machine.
It's 3:00 in the morning. He's a goddamn|drug dealer. These are his peak hours.
Don't tell him you're here.|Why would I ?
This tastes weird.
Harley, it's me. I need your services.|Translate that howeveryou want.
- I'm at--|- Paul Allen's.
Who ?|Paul Allen's.
I want the number, idiot. Anyway, I'm at|Paul Norman's and I'll try you again later.
And if I don't see you at Canal Bar tomorrow|night I'm gonna sic my hairdresser on you.
Did you know that guy|who disappeared ?
Didn't he work at Pierce & Pierce ?|Was he a friend of yours ?
Do you have any coke ?|Or Halcyon ?
I would take a Halcyon.|Listen.
I would just like to see...
the two of you...|get it on.
What's wrong with that ?
It's totally disease free.
Patrick, you're a lunatic.|Come on.
Don't you find Christie|attractive ?
Let's not get lewd. I'm in no mood|for a lewd conversation.
Come on.
I think it'd be a turn-on.|Does he do this all the time ?
Christie,|you're not drinking your wine.
Are you telling me you've never|gotten it on with a girl?
No. I'm not a lesbian.
Why would you think|I would be into that ?
Well, you went to|Sarah Lawrence for one thing.
Those are Sarah Lawrence guys, Patrick.|You're making me feel weird.
Did you know...
that Whitney Houston's|debut LP...
called simply|Whitney Houston...
had four number-one|singles on it ?
Did you know that,|Christie ?
You actually listen|to Whitney Houston ?
You own|a Whitney Houston CD ?
More than one ?
It's hard to choose a favorite among|so many great tracks.
But the "Greatest Love Of All"|is one of the best, most powerful songs...
ever written...
about self-preservation...
and dignity.
It's universal message|crosses all boundaries...
and instills one...
with the hope|that it's not too late...
to better ourselves.
Since, Elizabeth,
it's impossible in this world we|live in to empathize with others,
we can always empathize|with ourselves.
It's an important message.|Crucial, really.
And it's beautifully stated|on the album.
- Not the face !
You bitch, not the fucking face,|you piece of bitch trash !
I want a firm commitment.
I think, um, Evelyn,|that, uh, we've lost touch.
Why ? What's wrong ?
My need to engage|in homicidal behavior...
on a massive scale|cannot be corrected,
but I have no other way|to fulfill my needs.
We need to talk.|Talk about what, Patrick ?
It's over, Evelyn.
It's all over.
Touchy, touchy.|I'm sorry I brought up the wedding.
Let's just avoid the issue,|all right ? Now, are we having coffee ?
I'm fucking serious. It's fucking over, us.|This is no joke.
Uh, I don't think we should|see each other anymore.
But your friends are my friends|and my friends are your friends.
I really don't think it would work.|You have a little something--
I know that your friends are my friends,|and, uh-- and I've thought about that.
You can have 'em.
You're really serious,|aren't you ? Yes, lam.
- What about the past ? Our past ?|- We never really shared one.
You're inhuman.|No.
I'm in touch with humanity.
Evelyn, I'm, uh, sorry.|I just, uh--
You're not terribly|important to me.
Oh, no !
No. No, Patrick.
I know my behavior can be...|erratic sometimes.
What do you want me to do ?|What is it that you want ?
If you really wanna do something for me,|then stop making this scene right now.
Oh, God, I can't believe this.
I'm leaving. I've assessed the|situation, and I'm going.
Where are you going ?|I'm just leaving.
But where ?
I have to return|some videotapes.
Here, kitty, kitty.
Oh, my God.|What are you doing ?
Stop that.
Drop the weapon !|Drop it now !
Get on the ground!|Put your--
Burning the midnight oil,|Mr. Smith ?
Hey, now don't forget|to sign in.
Howard, it's Bateman.|Patrick Bateman.
You're my lawyer, so I think you should|know I've killed a lot of people.
Some escort girls|in an apartment uptown,
uh, some homeless people,|maybe five or ten,
an N.Y.U. girl I met|in Central Park.
I left her at a parking lot|behind some doughnut shop.
I killed Bethany, my old girlfriend,|with a nail gun.
And-And-And then some man,|s-s-some old faggot with a dog.
Last week, I, uh--
I killed another girl|with a chain saw.
I had to.|She almost got away.
Someone else there. I can't remember,|maybe a model-- She's dead too.
And, uh, Paul Allen.
I killed Paul Allen|with an ax in the face.
His body is dissolving|in a bathtub in Hell's Kitchen.
I don't wanna leave anything out here.|I guess I've killed maybe... 20 people.
Maybe 40 !
I have tapes of a lot of it.
Some of the girls|have seen the tapes.
I even, um,
I ate some|of their brains...
and I tried to|cook a little.
Tonight, I, uh--
I just had to kill|a lot of people !
And, um,
I'm not sure I'm gonna|get away with it... this time.
So, uh-- I mean,
I guess...
I'm a pretty, uh--
I mean, I guess|I'm a pretty sick guy.
if you get back tomorrow,
I may show up at Harry's Bar.
So, you know,
keep your eyes open.
Oh !
Are you my 2:00 ?
No.|Can I help you ?
I'm looking for...|Paul Allen's place.
Doesn't he... live here ?|No, he doesn't.
You sure ?
You saw the ad|in the Times ?
No. Yeah.|I mean, yeah.
ln the Times. There was no ad|in the Times.
I think you should|go now.
But I think--
I wanna know|what happened here.
Don't make any trouble,|please.
I suggest you go.
Don't come back.
I won't.
Don't worry.
Patrick Bateman's office.
Jean ? I need help.|Patrick, is that you ?
Jean, I'm not--
Craig McDermott called. Wants to meet you,|David Van Patten and Tim Bryce at Harry's.
Oh, God. What did you say,|you dumb bitch ?
Patrick, I can't hear you.|What am I doing ?
Where are you, Patrick ?|What's wrong ?
I don't think I'm gonna make it,Jean,|to the, uh,
office this afternoon.
Why ?
Just say no ! What is it, Patrick ?|Are you all right ?
Stop sounding|so fucking sad.
Jesus !
That's a table for three. Bateman,|you're looking wild-eyed. Rough day ?
Hey, look. Bryce is back and|he's drinking mineral water.
He's a changed man, except for he still|can't a reservation to save his life.
Why don't you just try|150 Wooster?
I'm not going anywhere|unless we have a reservation.
Le Cirque, Flamingo East, OysterBar.|Come on, faggots. Let's get a "res."
Keep your shirt on.|Maybe lose the suspenders.
Need a reservation|for 8:30.
Excuse me, gentlemen.|Right back.
10:00 would not be|any good. No.
Just fucking call them. Give me the phone.|I'll do it. I'll call you back.
Face it. The Japanese will own most|of this country by the end of the '90s.
Shut up, Carnes.|They will not.
So, uh, Harold,|did you get my message ?
Jesus, yes. That was hilarious.|That was you, wasn't it ?
Yeah, naturally. Bateman killing Allen|and the escort girls.
That's fabulous. That's rich.|What exactly do you mean ?
The message you left. By the way, Davis,|how's Cynthia ? You're still seeing her, right ?
W-Wait, Harold.|What do you mean ?
Excuse me. Nothing.|It's good to see you.
Is that Edward Towers ?
Carnes, wait. Uh--
Davis, I'm not one to bad-mouth anyone.|Your joke was amusing.
But come on, man.|You had one fatal flaw:
Bateman is such a dork.
Such a boring,|spineless lightweight.
Now, if you said Bryce or Mc Dermott.|Otherwise, it was amusing.
Now, if you'll excuse me,|I really must be going.
Wait. Uh-- Stop.
I did it, Carnes.
I killed him.
I'm Patrick Bateman.
I chopped Allen's|fucking head off.
The whole message|I left on your machine was true.
Excuse me.|I really must be going now.
No. No, listen.
Don't you know who I am ?
I'm not Davis.|I'm Patrick Bateman.
We talk on the phone|all the time.
Don't you recognize me ?
You're my lawyer.
Now, Carnes, listen.
Listen very, very carefully.
I killed Paul Allen,
and I liked it.
I can't make myself|any clearer.
But that's simply not possible.|And I don't find this funny anymore.
It never was supposed to be.|Why isn't it possible ?
It's just not.|Why not, you stupid bastard ?
Because I had dinner|with Paul Allen...
twice in London|just ten days ago.
No, you...
didn't.|Now, if you'll excuse me.
We've seen the results|of that mistrust...
in the form of lies,|provisions in the states.
We need to find a way to cooperate while|realizing foreign policy...
can't be run|by committee.
And I believe there's now|the growing sense...
that we can accomplish more|by cooperating.
And in the end, this maybe the eventual|blessing in disguise...
to come out of|the Iran-Contra mess.
How can he lie like that ?
How can he pull that shit ?|What shit ?
Now, where do we have|reservations at ?
I'm not really hungry, but I'd like|to have reservations someplace.
How can you be so fucking,
I don't know,|cool about it ?
Some guys arejust|born cool, I guess.
Bateman ?
- What are you so fucking zany about ?|- I'm just a happy camper.
Rockin' and a rollin' !
Oh, brother, look.
He presents himself as this harmless|old codger, but inside--
but inside--
But inside doesn't matter.
Inside ? Believe or not, Bryce,|we're actually listening to you.
Come on, Bateman.|What do you think ?
- Whatever.|- Whose moronic idea was it to order dry beers ?
I need a scotch.
There are no more barriers|to cross.
All I have in common with the|uncontrollable and the insane,
the vicious and the evil,|all the mayhem I have caused...
and my utter indifference|toward it,
I have now surpassed.
My pain is constant and sharp...
and I do not hope|for a better world for anyone.
In fact, I want my pain|to be inflicted on others.
I want no one to escape.
But even after admitting this,
there is no catharsis.
My punishment continues|to elude me...
and I gain no deeper knowledge|of myself.
No new knowledge can be|extracted from my telling.
This confession|has meant... nothing.
Come on.
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