Hollywood Ending CD2
So far our conspiracy[br]has gone undetected.
Perfect. I'm taking you[br]to your shrink right now.
Listen. Same drill[br]tomorrow, Chou.
Don't worry.[br]I'll practice casual banter.
Very good. Good.[br]Nice to see you.
[Andrea's Voice][br]To observe Val Waxman directing...
one would think he has[br]no idea what he's doing.
I wonder if he is one[br]of those cinema geniuses...
who thrive on chaos,[br]like Fellini.
He always seems distracted.
He never looks anyone[br]in the eye...
and must be juggling[br]a million things[br]in his mind at once.
It's easy to see[br]why his reputation[br]is one of an eccentric.
I notice, too,[br]as the weeks go by...
what a great interest[br]he has in the photography...
How were they?[br]How were the dailies.
You forget, sir.[br]I'm not a film student,[br]hence, a poor judge.
I study business,[br]and as an investment, sir,[br]I wouldn't invest...
He says he cannot[br]understand what it is[br]you're trying to do, sir.
- He thinks it's very odd.[br]- Well, how were[br]the performances?
I wouldn't know, sir.[br]But you could[br]hear them, right?
Or is your hearing faculty[br]breaking down as well?
My hearing is fine.[br]But are they making[br]too many faces or...
What about the scenes[br]where there's no dialogue?[br]how's the action?
Well, I understand[br]the actions, but that's[br]because I've read the script.
But, sir, I must confess...[br]Be careful. The steps.
There is a strong sense[br]of, um, incoherence.
- Incoherence?[br]That's great.[br]- Incoherence.
That's exactly[br]what I'm going for,[br]is incoherence.
- Well, how were they?[br]- I'm happy. They were great.
Which take was best[br]of the robbery scene?
- The last one.[br]- The first one.
The first part[br]of the last one...
is better than[br]the last part of the first...
but the middle take's[br]probably the most overall.
I-I smell magic here.
- How's it going?[br]- It seems to be going all right?
He spends a lot of time[br]conferring with his cameraman[br]through the translator...
and that takes time,[br]but I got my foot[br]on the pedal.
- Pedal to the metal.[br]- Well, put him on,[br]will you?
- Oh, yeah. I'll find him.[br]- Hey, Carol.
Send some flowers[br]to Haley Joel Osment[br]with a card.
You know,[br]"Congratulations on your[br]Lifetime AchievementAward."
It's Ellie.[br]She wants[br]to talk to you.
Oh, El... Mm-hmm.
Oh, oh. Uh... Hello?
Hi. I hear[br]it's going pretty well.
Oh, yes,[br]as far as I can see.
Well, good. Listen.[br]I'm gonna come in[br]next week...
maybe take a look[br]at some dailies?
- No, I wouldn't do that.[br]- I've stayed away for[br]the first half of the film.
I sort of...
Well, nobody sees[br]my dailies except myself[br]and the cameraman.
- That's our deal.[br]- Well, you used to always ask[br]my opinion on the dailies.
Those days are over, honey.[br]That was when you were[br]a sharp New Yorker.
You know,[br]anyone with an herbalist[br]doesn't see my dailies.
[Andrea's Voice][br]As filming reaches[br]the halfway mark...
rumor has it[br]that Sharon Bates,[br]the leading lady...
has developed a crush[br]on Val Waxman.
He seems to resist[br]personal contact with anyone...
- [Knocking At Door][br]- but today she insisted[br]he visit her dressing room.
Excuse me.[br]Uh, I'll see you later.[br]We'll discuss it, okay?
- Yes. Don't go far.[br]- Okay. I'll be right here.
So, I understand[br]that you wanted to talk[br]about something with me.
Can I be frank?
Oh, yes. Of course.
I'm having a real problem[br]working with you.
Problem working[br]with me? Why?
Well, uh,[br]I feel something...
unspoken has, um...
has developed[br]between us.
Something[br]developed between us?[br]Like... Like what?
Well, it might be[br]my imagination, but...
the way you look at me,[br]it's like you're making love[br]to me with your eyes.
Look, I'm a very[br]direct person.
When I start having[br]feelings about someone,[br]I don't hold back.
You know,[br]I thought we were...[br]gonna discuss the character.
I thought maybe you[br]were having trouble getting[br]into the role or something.
Am I...[br]Am I making you nervous?
N-No. You know, I've had[br]a tough day out there.
A lot of tough decisions,[br]and... and so...
I'm, you know,[br]a little frazzled maybe,[br]but I'm fine.
- Come here.[br]- Just,you know...
Come here.[br]Why don't you sit[br]on the sofa with me.
- The-The sofa?[br]-Just for a minute. Yeah.
- [Thud, Clatter][br]- Oh, oh, really?
Oh, uh, the sofa.[br]The sofa. Yes, okay.
The sofa. I just...
I really want[br]your full attention.
The sofa's fine.
Oh, I don't need[br]a throw pillow.[br]I'm comfortable.
If I trust a director[br]to direct me...
I trust him[br]to make love to me.
Oh, well,[br]just let me say this.
I'm a big believer[br]in that, but... but[br]not while I'm working...
because I never like to mix[br]business with pleasure.
Because I'm, you know...[br]I'm a dedicated artist...
and like a Trappist monk,[br]I feel the best way to do[br]a good picture...
is to abstain[br]till the shooting is over...
because, you know, I-I-I-I...[br]it's my adoration[br]of the cinema.
Cinema is a...[br]is a jealous mistress...
and-and-and so I'm...[br]I, you know, I'm...
That's just the way I am.[br]But we can table our...
- We can wait till after[br]the shooting's over...[br]- What are you doing?
Me? Oh, oh, oh,[br]when I... when I...
when I feel emotionally[br]moved in some way...
some people smoke...[br]I fondle walls.
- I understand completely.[br]- It's just a crazy...
- I'm sorry. I didn't[br]mean to upset you.[br]- No, I'm not upset.
- This happens on the set.[br]- I just... If I act...
If I act with[br]a fine director[br]like yourself...
there's nothing[br]I wouldn't do[br]sexually for him.
Oh, well, you should take[br]a full-page ad in the D.G.A.[br]magazine stating that...
because you'll never[br]stop working then.
Um, is it possible[br]to open the door for me?
All the heavy breathing[br]has steamed my glasses[br]and I'm-I'm-I'm...
Am I close?[br][Chuckles][br]Yes.
So we'll talk again[br]like this. Thank you.
[Man][br]This time is different.
[Woman][br]What do you mean?
This time it's my father.
Johnny! Your father!
- You can't kill your father![br]- They want him dead![br]What am I supposed to do?
- But he's your father![br]- I'm doing my job.
- Aah![br]- You get ahold of yourself.
- He's got it coming[br]like anybody else.[br]- This is great. This is great.
That's exactly[br]where it should be.
No. If you put[br]the camera there,[br]it's the wrong direction.
The audience will think[br]she's looking at the wall,[br]not her lover.
I know[br]screen geography.
- Chan, am I right?[br]Is that where it should be?[br]- [Speaking Chinese]
He never understands[br]what the hell you're[br]trying to do, sir.
Uh, believe me, I know.[br]But leave the camera[br]where it is.
[Andrea][br]He's a genius.
The way he shoots.[br]It's so...
Was he difficult[br]to live with?
As the second missus...
did you consider yourself[br]a young trophy wife?
Andrea, I thought this[br]wasn't a gossip piece.
Oh, no. I'm just curious[br]how you two met.
- At the Golden Globes.[br]- Oh.
I was there with a date,[br]and I thought it[br]was interesting...
that when he won[br]he thanked his urologist.
Next time,[br]try and warn me before I fall.
I was trying to tell you, but[br]the journalist was around...
Hey. Gosh,[br]are you okay?[br]That was something.
It's nothing.[br]Just a fractured skull.
Listen.[br]You wanna grab a bite?
I can't. Al's meeting me.[br]I got a very important[br]business meeting.
But I told you[br]I wanted you[br]to set aside some time...
- so that we could[br]discuss things...[br]- It's not easy for me.
I got a lot of meetings[br]and important things to do.
How about[br]a drink later then?
I can't... Maybe[br]after the shooting.
I don't know.[br]It's tough for me.
Could you... I'm sorry.[br]Could I just get[br]a moment with him alone?
Thanks very much.
You've been avoiding me[br]since I got in. Why?
How am I avoiding you?[br]I let you see the dailies.
You saw some of them.[br]You made no comment whatsoever.
Well, you know. I mean,[br]I'm not a director.
I mean, I, um...
personally, I had[br]some... difficulty[br]making sense out of'em.
But I assume that once[br]they're all cut together...[br]You know what you want.
They'lljust be great.[br]They're fi... I like them.
So then why are[br]you avoiding me?
I'm not avoiding you,[br]for God's sakes.
I-I, you know... I'm busy.[br]I got, you know... I got[br]a lot on my mind.
Is it about the ring?
The ring? The ring?
Don't pretend that[br]you don't see it.
- I know how you are[br]on the subject of Hal and me.[br]- No, no.
Hey, your ring[br]is beautiful.
I-I-I love[br]the shape of it...
and I think[br]it's probably expensive,[br]knowing Hal.
- I'm not wearing it.[br]- I know you're not wear...
- You know, because...[br]- I knew you weren't wearing it...
I thought it might[br]be what's accounting[br]for your strange behavior.
My behavior's fine.[br]Everybody's commenting[br]on my behavior.
Remember when we got married[br]and we didn't have time[br]to get a ring...
and I had to go[br]get that thing[br]in the novelty shop?
I got that ring[br]that squirted water[br]as a practicaljoke.
Well, little did I know that[br]our marriage would turn out[br]to be God's practicaljoke.
Well, you certainly[br]stayed in it long enough.
Hey, inertia accounts for[br]two-thirds of the marriages[br]in America.
Yeah, but[br]the other third is love.
You know, I think[br]we should just stick...
to talking about the filming[br]the last couple of weeks[br]and post-production.
I got nothing to talk about.[br]I'm waiting for Al.[br]This guy is always late.
- He is invariably late.[br]- Lunch. Lunch.
- He's here. Al's here.[br]- He's so funny.[br]He's so tense.
I kid him[br]about being late.
- He's great. I love him.[br]- What's that?
Uh, wh-wh-what[br]is his problem?
- He's firing me.[br]- He's firing you?[br]Wh-Wh-Wh-Why?
He says he cannot[br]work with me anymore.[br]He wants to find somebody else.
I don't understand.[br]What's the problem?
He thinks that something[br]must be getting lost[br]in his translation...
and that his work[br]is coming out irrationally.
Well, tell him[br]that I love the dailies.
But, sir, to be honest,[br]they're not very lucid.
Just tell him what[br]I tell you to tell him.
He wants me off the set.[br]Otherwise, he won't work.
With all[br]due respect to Mr. Chan,[br]we're on the clock here.
It costs the studio[br]approximately $150,000[br]a day to shoot.
Explain that to him, nicely.
Wait. I got[br]a great idea.
Why don't[br]we fire the cameraman[br]but keep the translator?
Now, wait, wait.[br]Hold on a second, Val.
Now, Ed's right,[br]and that's how it's gonna be.
- I can't fire the translator.[br]- Why not?
- Because I can't.[br]- [Chinese]
- Oh! Ching.[br]- It's Chou.
Chou, listen.[br]Who are we gonna get[br]to replace you?
You have no idea who[br]the new translator will be...
or even how long[br]before they find one.
On the way over,[br]I was thinking about...[br]What about the caterer?
Oh, no. He has no reason[br]to be on the set all the time.
And you said[br]you wanted someone...
who wouldn't be ruined[br]in the business[br]when they're caught.
- If. I said "if."[br]- There really is no one.
I was quite perfect[br]for the assignment.
Ellie is gonna[br]be around here[br]till the end of the...
And she does suspect[br]something. I th...
Wait a minute.
I just need you[br]for a private minute. Oh.
Al, listen. If this[br]is about being on the set...
you know, even if Galaxie[br]made an exception...
both of these actors,[br]they're not gonna[br]allow it, so...
Come here.[br]Sit down. Sit down.
- Why?[br]- Well, I need your help.
Okay. All right.[br]What can I do for you?
Well, you know this is the end[br]of the line for Val if he[br]doesn't have a hit here.
He will. He can[br]do this material[br]with his eyes closed.
But if for any reason[br]he strikes out here...
his last hopes[br]for a career, they're over.
Listen, Al.[br]I wanna put[br]your mind at ease.
- Yes.[br]- While I've seen the dailies...
and they're not[br]what I expected,[br]I'm sure he has a vision.
- Don't worry about it.[br]- Ah.
Look, if-if-if, um...[br]if a problem came up...
a little problem[br]where he needed[br]a little support...
a little[br]behind-the-scenes support[br]just for the last several weeks...
- Sure. Yeah.[br]-you'd-you'd-you'd...
I'm starting to get[br]that Val Waxman chill.
What's going on?
- Could I level with you?[br]- Yeah.
No, I mean... I mean,[br]really level.
I mean,[br]pull no punches.
- What is it, Al?[br]- Well, it's nothing[br]that can't be dealt with.
He's just, uh...[br]He's blind.
You wanna be serious?
We're already[br]behind schedule.[br]This has been crazy.
The cameraman threw[br]his little fit and I'm[br]losing my sense of humor...
- because things[br]are going crazy now.[br]- He's blind.
He can't...[br]He can't see at all.
But don't panic.[br]It's-It's-It's-It's-It's...[br]It's not a tumor.
It's not a disease[br]of the optic nerve.
It's not permanent.[br]It's-It's-It's...
- What is it?[br]- It's a psychological disorder.
- It's psychosomatic.[br]Sometimes that happens.[br]- Oh, God.
- People get paralyzed or they[br]can't speak because of a trauma.[br]- This is not happening.
He is on the set[br]right now faking it...
but he's gonna need someone[br]to help him get through[br]the rest of the picture.
- The rest of the picture?[br]- Yeah.
How long has this[br]been going on?
- Since day one.[br]- Oh!
You know[br]the Chinese translator?
He's been[br]the secret agent[br]up till now.
But now he's gone,[br]and we're gonna need somebody[br]that he can trust...
who'll stay close to him[br]and won't look suspicious.
Wait a second.[br]You're telling me that he[br]has directed everything...
- up to this point blind?[br]- Shh.
No one has any idea.
He didn't want his career[br]destroyed forever...
by another disaster story[br]about his work problems.
No one knows and that's[br]because of the translator[br]and because of me.
Okay. And no one[br]must find out.
I mean,[br]I'm serious, Al.[br]Nobody.
Not anybody[br]on the crew...
- not the drivers,[br]not the actors,[br]- No.
Not anyone[br]from Galaxie pictures.
Yes. I knew you'd[br]understand this problem.
Oh, God. May the day[br]June 19 rot in hell[br]for all eternity.
Well, is that[br]the day you married Val?
No, it's the day[br]he was born.
Don't get upset.[br]Don't get upset. Please.
No wonder he's[br]been avoiding me[br]and acting so strange.
He didn't want[br]anybody to know.
- That hypochondriacal neurotic.[br]- You... You...
And I say that really[br]with all due respect.
You campaigned[br]for him to get this job.
- No one must know.[br]- I understand that.
But what you have to do[br]is you have to be his eyes[br]for these last couple of weeks.
"Mellowed, you've grown up,[br]no more impossible[br]neurotic symptoms."
You know what?[br]I should have had[br]my head examined.
Ellie, I thought[br]I had a brain tumor.
For God's sakes,[br]be sympathetic.
You couldn't get[br]a tumor if you tried.[br]You're not mature enough.
What do you want me to do?[br]If the picture fails,[br]I go down the drain.
- If Hal ever finds out...[br]- Hal won't find out.[br]We're in the homestretch.
Well, what exactly[br]is making you go blind?
I mean,[br]when is it gonna stop?
Did you talk to your analyst?[br]What did your analyst say? Sit.
- He doesn't have a clue.[br]- No. Down.
He just doesn't know.
Well, that's great.[br]That's just...
What are you gonna do?[br]Are you gonna edit it blind too?
Put in the music blind?[br]Go to the premiere blind?
At least you won't be[br]able to read the reviews.
Ellie, what if it[br]doesn't leave me?[br]What if I stay blind?
I don't know.[br]I'll be in California[br]at my swimming pool.
You'll probably have[br]to learn Braille...
get a dog,[br]work the subway.
- Aren't you gonna[br]put me to bed?[br]- Put you to bed?
I can't do it[br]by myself.
Al always[br]puts me to bed.
Oh, God. Val,[br]is this project[br]headed for disaster?
Relax.[br]I can handle it.
For God's sakes, Beethoven[br]did his symphonies[br]while he was deaf.
You comparing yourself[br]to Beethoven?
Hey, look,[br]could we not get in[br]a musical discussion now?
I just don't understand[br]how you could do this...
and not be thinking[br]about anybody else.
That's the thing.[br]After all,[br]this is my movie.
And everybody's giving[br]their life's blood.
Oh, give me a break.[br]For God's sakes, everyone's[br]getting paid top dollar.
You're gonna marry[br]a billionaire.
I'm the only one[br]that goes into the toilet[br]if things fail.
It's funny.[br]I just don't think that[br]Hal's gonna see it that way.
Hal's not gonna know[br]unless you tell him...
you know, during[br]pillow talk or something.
You guys probably[br]don't have pillow talk.
He probably has sex[br]with you while he's[br]on the cellular phone.
Okay, you know what?[br]You're fine.[br]I'll see you tomorrow.
Hey, Ellie, don't go.[br]Ellie, for God's sakes,[br]you gotta put me to bed.
You know,[br]Al always tucks me in.
Well, he's your agent.[br]There's no limit[br]to what they do.
- [Sighs][br]- Ellie, come on.
You used to be[br]very maternal toward me.
You were infantile.[br]You needed it.
Except in bed.[br]Then you were a hot number.
I was a small-town girl and you[br]were on the cutting edge[br]of everything.
So how did I go[br]from the cutting edge[br]to the buttering edge?
How did I end up[br]in a mess like this?
Hey, this is[br]not the first time[br]we've been in trouble.
We've had some[br]pretty sticky situations.
- Not... No. Not like this.[br]- Yes, 'cause I can recall them.
We... There...[br]You know, it wasn't all...
We've had our... our[br]share of situations...
no question about it.
Like losing our car[br]in a crap game?
Absolutely.[br]That was a disaster.
I told you at the time,[br]never trust a male[br]with a fixed nose.
But you didn't listen.[br]You know, it was humiliating for us.
Do you remember staying up[br]all night in paris[br]listening to jazz...
and ending up[br]in jail somehow?
Hey, to this day[br]I can't figure out[br]how you got us into jail.
- How I...[br]- It was the only time[br]in my life.
As I recall,[br]it was your shoplifting.
'Cause you had to have[br]chocolate croissants...
and I'd left my wallet[br]back at the hotel.
You know.[br]You were so demanding[br]all the time.
No, it was your command[br]of the language.
Never use the familiar[br]with a policeman.
It's funny 'cause[br]my unfulfilled life dream...
is that you and I would[br]live in paris together.
You know, I was willing...
and you were the one[br]who always lost your nerve.
[Sighs][br]It's funny, though. It[br]seems like so long ago now.
It's amazing how things[br]change, isn't it?
Yep, they do.[br]And those days are over.
I'll see you tomorrow.[br]Your agent will be over[br]in the morning...
to take you[br]to the bathroom.
[Andrea's Voice][br]The movie is in its last two weeks.
Val Waxman's ex-wife,[br]who was very hands-off[br]when shooting began...
is nowvery much involved.
I notice that Val[br]relies a lot on her.
They are[br]in constant conference.
They lunch together[br]every day and, I suppose,[br]discuss the work.
She is the only one[br]besides the cameraman[br]and the newtranslator...
who Val allows[br]to see the dailies.
- How were they?[br]- Really great.[br]Really great.
[Ellie][br]No, everything's going fine.
The, uh... The dailies[br]are really great...
and, uh, we seem to be[br]pretty much on schedule, you know?
Well, I must say,[br]I had my doubts,[br]but you proved me wrong.
- Maybe he is a new man.[br]- Great. Really. Right.
By the way, I'm coming in[br]for the last few days.[br]I've got some business.
Uh... Uh... Um...
I wanna make the wrap party,[br]and I have to be honored[br]at a dinner...
and probably Val and I should[br]have a private talk about[br]post-production, the editing...
and have our picture[br]taken together...
to dispel all those rumors[br]that we couldn't get along.
Yeah, that's right.[br]Okay. All right.[br]Take care.
Can't wait to see you.
Quick union question, Hal.
Can a hyphenate marry[br]a below-the-line person?
That's for legal.
I gotta tell you[br]my nightmare.
I... I dreamt[br]last night that Hal...
found out everything...
that he somehow[br]just knew...
that I was... blind...
and that I had been blind[br]from the beginning...
and that I was directing[br]the picture blind...
with-with-with[br]the translator's help[br]and with your help, and I-I...
And in the dream,[br]I spoke to my shrink...
and I asked him[br]how long it would last,[br]and he said indefinitely.
And-And Hal[br]got furious with me...
and furious with you[br]for helping me.
And I, you know, I was...[br]It was just terrible.
I was just screaming[br]and-and, you know...[br]God, it...
I... You know.[br]I haven't really had[br]a good night's sleep...
in I don't know[br]how long.
The anxiety's terrible.
Thanks for getting me back.[br]Al should be here any minute.
- Are you sure you're[br]gonna be okay?[br]- I'm fine.
We had some[br]close calls today.
Listen. I have to tell you,[br]I am very worried[br]about Hal finding out.
- I told you my nightmare.[br]- No, you didn't.
Yeah, I told you before.[br]Remember?
No, you didn't.[br]What did you dream?
I told you.[br]I went into great detail.
You didn't. You didn't[br]tell me a thing.[br]What are you...
I... I...[br]Well, it smelled like you.
It smelled like me?[br]What are you talking about?
I-I-I told you[br]my nightmare.
I-I told you, didn't I?
- Did I?[br]- No, you didn't.[br]What... Did you?
- No.[br]- I don't know. Did I?
No, you didn't tell me.[br]What are you talking about?
Well, before[br]when I was saying[br]my nightmare in detail.
- [Gasps] Oh, God![br]- I said my nightmare.
No, the journalist,[br]Andrea Ford...
we wear[br]the same perfume.
You didn't?[br]Oh, God.
- What are you saying?[br]I told her?[br]- Did you?
Did I? I don't know.
If you told her, that's it.[br]We're so...
[KnockingAt Door,[br]Doorbell Rings]
Oh, my God.
- Lori. Lori.[br]- Ellie!
Val, it's... it's Lori.
- Hi, Val.[br]- Lori?
Yes, oh,[br]I know it's Lori.
I... Wh-What are you...[br]You're home unexpectedly.
- What...[br]You're a week early.[br]- I got bored.
But I'm almost ready[br]to shoot my part. I'm so excited.
I'm so excited.
Yes, but-but-but-but[br]this is just[br]so-so completely unexpected.
I didn't call 'cause[br]I was so busy working out.
My God,[br]how they drive you.[br]But look at me.
Don't I look great?[br]Look, look. It's really hard.
- Oh![br]- You can hit it.
- Val, help me with my bags.[br]- The bags?
Yeah. Doesn't[br]it look good?[br]Yeah, that one.
No. Val, come on.
You're not gonna[br]let your producer[br]lug my bags for me.
No, it's fine.[br]I forgot she existed. My God.
You-You can't[br]stay here, Lori.
No, you can't stay here[br]because Ellie and I[br]have gotten back together.
- What?[br]- What?
Yes, we-we-we have.[br]We thought about it a little bit...
and we felt that, uh,[br]we had made a mistake...
- Val...[br]- No, no, no,[br]I can't lie to her, Ellie.
You know,[br]it's not fair.
She can't come[br]with the two of us.[br]Three's a crowd.
I-I-I... I'm sorry.
I-I... You know, the heart[br]is very unpredictable.
It's not like the liver[br]or the spleen or anything,[br]where you...
Am I still[br]in the movie?
- You are. Definitely.[br]Definitely.[br]- Definitely.
I-I-I... For sure.
Okay. Okay. Okay.[br]Okay. It's okay.
I'm fine with[br]the personal rejection.[br]I'm really okay with it.
Thank God I kept[br]that other apartment.
Well, I...[br]Try and understand.[br]I-I-I, uh... uh...
Oh, no, no, no.[br]It's fine. I do.[br]I totally understand.
- I'm still in the movie, right?[br]- Yeah.
You're in the movie.[br]Yes, you're in the movie.
- Help me with this. Take it.[br]- You're in the movie.
- [Clatters][br]- Val, come on.
- My incense burner's[br]in there. Be careful.[br]- [Muttering]
We were[br]at my apartment...
and we're in[br]the bedroom together...
and, you know,[br]we were reminiscing.
It was great, and I wanted[br]so much to kiss her...
but-but I can't see.
What makes you think[br]you could have kissed her?[br]She's engaged.
Look, I gotta get[br]this blindness...
I gotta get[br]finished with it...
because, you know, this is crazy,[br]not just for my work...
but I wanna lead[br]a normal life.
Tell me about the movie.
There's nothing[br]to tell about the movie.
It's a little remake[br]of a 1940s movie...
about a father and son[br]who don't get along...
and the kid grows up[br]to be a gangster...
and some people hire him[br]to kill his father.
You have a son,[br]don't you?
Yeah, from[br]a prior marriage.
It's interesting.[br]It's very interesting[br]how you never bring him up.
- Well, we don't speak.[br]- Why not?
Because he's got,[br]you know, orange hair...
with nose rings[br]and nipple rings and lip rings...
and-and-and-he-he-he,[br]you know, he plays drums loud...
Is that any reason?
No, but he gave a concert[br]and he ate a live rat[br]at the concert...
and he's got tattoos[br]all over his body, and...
and we once had[br]a discussion about music...
and he threatened to push[br]me down a flight of stairs.
It worked. He pushed me[br]down a flight of stairs.
And how were you[br]as a father to him?
I was fine.[br]I was very nice to him.[br]I loved him.
I took him to sporting events[br]and to the ballet and opera.
I encouraged his friends[br]and I, you know,[br]let him play music...
and stood behind him.
- And?[br]- And we had[br]a discussion one day...
and he shoved me down[br]a flight of stairs.
Where's his mother?
She's married to[br]a millionaire in Brazil.
Very nice lady.
So when you live with the plot[br]of this movie every day...
and it parallels[br]the situation with your son,[br]how does that make you feel?
Well, you know,[br]I feel angry...
because, uh, I'm angry.
You know. I always thought[br]that when he got older...
we would be[br]very friendly...
and he would have[br]a family...
and I'd-I'd be part of it.
- You must miss him.[br]- We never speak.
Well, you've blinded[br]yourself to the situation.
Hey, listen.[br]Can we not digress?
I'm here to discuss[br]my psychological loss of vision.
Meanwhile, Hal Yeager's[br]coming in a week and I[br]don't want him to catch me.
No, no, no.[br]He'll be staying[br]at this suite, as usual.
Now, he's gonna have you up[br]for one of his man-to-man talks...
which means that you'll[br]be alone with him[br]for about half an hour.
- All right, straight ahead.[br]- What if it's more[br]than a half an hour?
It never is.[br]His concentration's[br]only good for about...
- [Thud][br]- Sorry about that.
His concentration's[br]only good for about[br]half an hour.
- He's a busy guy.[br]- I'm never gonna[br]get down the hallway.
Don't worry about it.[br]I'm gonna meet you[br]at the door.
Al will get you[br]to the front door...
and then I'll get you[br]through the front door[br]down to here to the suite.
We should just...[br]We should start.
Okay, you go[br]straight ahead.[br]One, two, three, four.
That puts the first chair[br]just to your right.[br]Hal's there.
- I'm lost.[br]Where should I be?[br]- You can't be lost yet.
You just... Hold on.
If Hal's there,[br]you come forward[br]another two paces.
That'll be to the right[br]of the first chair.
No, the desk is to your left,[br]from the first chair, four paces.
- And then...[br]- Four paces to[br]the desk or the left...
But I think you should[br]start from the first chair.
- And the first chair...[br]- I can't find the first chair.
- No. Wait.[br]That... That's the desk.[br]- Where am I now?
- That's the desk.[br]That's the desk.[br]- The desk.
- Let's see. The desk is[br]one, two, three paces...[br]- So where should I be?
to the left[br]of the first chair.
Well, Hal will be[br]in the first chair.
So I think the second sofa[br]over here would be right.[br]So you continue on.
- I'm getting confused.[br]- That was three...[br]two, three, four, five.
Two paces left[br]of the first chair...
of the... of the right of the sofa[br]or the right of the desk?
- To the left... right...[br]of the first chair.[br]- The left of the desk.
So I'll remember[br]there's a chair[br]on this side, right?
- Yes, that'd be[br]the second chair.[br]- There's a chair over here.
One, two, three.[br][Muttering]
- [Shatters][br]- Did I get it?[br]Did I get the chair?
If I'm standing[br]facing the first chair...
- is it eight paces to the left[br]of the second sofa or eight paces...[br]- Yes.
It's eight paces[br]to the desk...
If they give you 50 years,[br]I'll be waiting.
If they give you two[br]consecutive life sentences...
I'll be waiting.
- [Val] Cut.[br]- What did you think?
Uh, I knew you could do it.[br]I think you were great.
- Did you like what I did[br]with my cigarette?[br]- With your cigarette?
That was something.[br]That was really something.
That's just me,[br]but I thought it was...
Yeah. No, no.[br]I thought so too.
- I thought the cigarette[br]was great too.[br]- Oh, good.
I rehearsed it[br]all last night.
- Oh, it's great.[br]- It shows.
It's still so hard[br]for me to believe...
that you two are[br]back together again.
You know what?[br]We sort of like[br]to keep that quiet.
- Oh, don't be silly.[br]- That's just our thing...
You know, let... We...[br]She's knows our secret.[br]What's with the...
Well, you know.
We-We-We-We let[br]the world know.
We-We-We-We...[br]You know, we should[br]do this again...
because it's gonna be a while[br]before I get a chance to-to...
Gosh, it's like two dogs in heat.[br]My God.
- We gotta go to that meeting.[br]- No, no, no, no.
- It's good. Let's...[br]- I was... I was just...[br]I was just getting started.
- Where are you...[br]- [Ellie][br]That was great.
- Two paces past the clock[br]is the first sofa.[br]- Right.
No, no, wait. Two pace...[br]Three paces is the first...
'Cause the bureau[br]is past the clock.
Two paces past[br]the first clock is the...
- Here. Here.[br]Wait, wait, wait.[br]- Oh, God. This...
You're gonna do it.[br]Don't worry. Four steps.
Courage. Have courage.
- Let's go. I got him.[br]- I'll wait in the lobby.
- Hal.[br]- Hi.
Ellie, would you excuse us?[br]I wanna have a little chat[br]with Val, man-to-man.
Okay. Sure.[br]I'll go make a few phone calls.
I'll see you boys later.
So, Ellie says[br]things are going very smoothly.
I said I hear things[br]are going smoothly.
- Two, three, four.[br]- Are things going smoothly?
Yes, yes.[br]No, things are...[br]things are fine.
Good, good.[br]Sit down.
- No, no, not there.[br]Over here.[br]- [Muttering]
- Where?[br]- Here.
On the... On the...[br]the sofa?
The sofa is[br]to the... to the...
-Jesus. Are you okay?[br]- Yeah, uh...
- My God.[br]Are you all right?[br]- I stumbled.
- I came up short.[br]- That's all right.
Today was[br]a rough day filming.
Okay, listen. Let me just[br]get you a drink, okay?
You'll be fine.
I got some terrific[br]Irish whiskey over here.[br]It was a gift.
- No, no. I don't[br]want anything to drink.[br]- No, I'll tell you what.
This is gonna[br]help you to relax after a rough day.
- I'll be all right.[br]- Here you go.
Jesus. You really are overworked.[br]My goodness.
you're happy[br]with the dailies?
Uh, happy. You know,[br]what can I say?
Everything[br]I've seen so far has been great.
Great. And you definitely[br]don't want me to see them?
You know,[br]I get so embarrassed[br]when-when-when...
I just thought[br]that maybe you'd[br]like an outside opinion.
Sometimes somebody[br]with a little distance can be[br]very, very objective, you know.
Ellie saw the dailies[br]and she... I think she liked them.
- At least she said she liked them.[br]- Yes, I understand.
You know, I see[br]a great deal of rough cuts.
We're not anywheres[br]near the rough cut stage.
I don't cut the picture[br]as I go along.
- I'm not one[br]of those directors.[br]- Val?
When the picture's over,[br]then I cut the whole[br]thing together... Yes?
- You seem distracted.[br]- [Coughing][br]Distracted? No.
Well, I mean, I did have[br]a difficult day today,[br]but it ended happily.
Okay, all right.[br]No, no, you're right.[br]A deal's a deal.
You know, I promised[br]I wouldn't peek.[br]I know it makes you nervous...
and Ellie made it[br]very clear to me[br]the way you like to work.
A lot of people think[br]we studio heads[br]have no sensitivity...
but I wanna assure you[br]that we wanna make[br]a good picture...
every bit[br]as much as you do.
It's just that we have to be[br]concerned with the realities[br]of the marketplace.
Would you stop moving[br]your head like that?[br]It's very distracting.
- Oh, no. I'm-I'm sorry.[br]I was just...[br]- Thank you.
just feeling a little,[br]you know... I'm okay.
Okay. As long[br]as you're satisfied.
I'm satisfied. I am.[br]And I know you will be.
Good. Listen.[br]I wanna show you what[br]we have in mind for the poster.
- The poster?[br]- Yeah. Come here.
Come here? Me?
Uh, yes.[br]Well... No, I'm coming.
- [Shatters][br]- The desk.
Come here.[br]Come on. Come on.
Listen.[br]You are overworked.
- I'm nervous.[br]- I'm impressed.[br]You have been working hard.
What are you doing?[br]Have you developed some[br]kind of nervous disorder?
Yes, I have a little arthritis[br]that sometimes kicks in.
Oh. So, you like 'em?
- Like what?[br]- The posters.
Yes. Yes.[br]They're great.
- Which one?[br]- They're all... They're all great.
My favorite: number two.
Oh, this is...[br]It's just great.
- It's a strong graphic.[br]- Yeah, I knew you'd love 'em.
So if I did see 'em,[br]I'd never tell anybody.
- S-S-S-See what?[br]- The dailies.
No, no, I'm...[br]The problem is, I said before...
- I get embarrassed when anyone...[br]- No, you're right.
A deal's a deal.
You know, soon we're[br]gonna wrap the picture...
so, um, you know,[br]we'll cut it together and then-then...
Am I barred[br]from that too?
No, I'd just like to present[br]the best possible thing I can to you.
You know, because this[br]is a $60 million movie...
and I'm just not used to being kept[br]in the background like this.
Between you and me,[br]this is my valentine to Ellie.
- [phone Rings][br]- A lot of people didn't think[br]you and I could work together.
Personality clashes and[br]all that personal history.
But I think if two people[br]are really mature... Yeah.
I'll let myself out.
It's okay.[br]Don't worry. I-I...
Hi. Yeah.[br]Is the yacht available?
'Cause I wanna do[br]the whole honeymoon up[br]and down the Amalficoast.
But it's gotta be[br]that yacht.
But... Because that's[br]the only yacht...
that I think[br]is romantic enough[br]for my honeymoon.
All right.[br]Okay. Good.
- You okay?[br]- Yes.
- Yes, I'm...[br]- Come on. I'll show you out.
- I know you've had a rough day.[br]- Oh, the front door.
There's more,[br]Mr. Yeager...
but those few hours[br]is a good selection.
Okay, Wally. Thanks.[br]Listen. Um...
this is our[br]little secret, okay?
[Man][br]Ladies and gentlemen,[br]the National Society...
of Video Sales[br]is proud to honor...
the movie industry's[br]man of the year...
the incomparable[br]Hal Yeager.
Time was we made more money[br]at the box office than video sales.
Now the big push we give a film[br]for theatrical release...
is really just a prelude[br]to making it a large hit...
in your[br]over-the-counter sales.
Boy, did they love you,[br]you know.
I thought they[br]were gonna lift you up[br]on their shoulders...
and carry you[br]around the room.
I just told[br]the truth.
- You're drunk.[br]- Oh, a little.
- A little?[br]- Okay, a lot.
You know, it's not easy[br]sitting through three hours[br]of pure adulation.
Frankly, I'm telling you,[br]I don't know how you can do it.
Well,you don't wanna[br]rob 'em of the opportunity[br]of,you know...
Well, no wonder we both[br]have to drink so much[br]at these affairs.
You know,[br]if I wasn't a little drunk,[br]I wouldn't bring this up.
- Bring what up?[br]- The dailies.
- What dailies?[br]- Val's dailies.
- The City That Never Sleeps.[br]- Well, I'm hopeful,you know?
You can't ever judge[br]a film by the dailies.
It's just a bunch[br]of little bits and pieces[br]out of sequence.
You really have to wait[br]until the whole thing's cut...
Well, I was[br]very disappointed.
- You sawthem?[br]- That's just between us?
- How?[br]- I was somewhat disappointed.
I can't believe you.[br]I can't... He trusted you.
Honey, I didn't get[br]to run a studio...
by kowtowing to[br]the temperamental demands...
of every director[br]who thinks he's Orson Welles.
But you gave him your word[br]that you were not gonna do that.
Honey, unless this guy has[br]some vision of how to cut[br]this thing in his head...
- we're on some very[br]shaky ground here.[br]- Well, I disagree.
I disagree. I-I-I...[br]You know what?
- I think that the dallies are...[br]- The dailies are what?
Nothing makes sense.
The angles,[br]the performances, the coverage.
- There is no coverage.[br]- Well, I trust his instinct.
Honey, this was supposed to be[br]a nice, middle-of-the-road,[br]commercial picture. That's it.
And the deal was also[br]that you were not gonna[br]look at his work...
- until he was ready to show it to you.[br]- I gave in to those demands[br]to please you.
I mean, he could've come in[br]and begged for the job...
and he wouldn't[br]have gotten it, for Christ's sakes.
The point of this is[br]that you said...
you said one thing[br]to his face and then[br]you go right around...
and do something else[br]behind his back.
You make it sound sinister.[br]I'm responsible for a very[br]huge chunk of money.
- I know.[br]- I have a studio to run.
Yes, I know.[br]I know. Okay.
If you're disappointed,[br]then I guess it's me that[br]you should be disappointed in.
What's that[br]supposed to mean?
Because, well, I saw[br]some of the footage.[br]You know.
And I was a little[br]baffled, okay?
But you know what?
But, look, maybe I should[br]have told you ab...
Maybe I should have told you.[br]I don't know.
But half of it was[br]in the can anyway, and...
Look. Listen.[br]He's the genuine[br]talent here, okay?
You know, who says[br]that we're right?[br]The guy's a genius.
Let's just hope he has[br]some vision in his head[br]of cutting this thing together...
for all our sakes.
And he never has to know[br]I saw the dailies. I'm not tampering.
And you[br]should've warned me.
I mean, I don't[br]ever wanna wonder[br]about your loyalties.
- Well...[br]- Oh, look, I'm... I'm sorry.
I'm sorry. I'm drunk.[br]Let's just...
- Let's just call it a night.[br]- Okay.
Val, check the gate?
Check the gate.[br]Thank you, everyone.
See you tonight[br]at the wrap party.
That was a tremendous job[br]you've all done.
Please use taxis[br]or designated drivers.
So I know you're happy[br]to be leaving New York.
What is the thing[br]you miss most about L.A.?
Miss most about L.A.?
I miss my support group.
They're really[br]helping emotionally.
I'm a member[br]of a support group[br]of film executives...
who can't afford[br]their own G-5s.
- Have you seen Val?[br]- Uh, I don't think he's here.
Great. A director[br]who doesn't come[br]to his own wrap party.
I called him at home.[br]He's not there. I'm worried.
Hi! Hi, Ellie![br]Over here!
Oh, you have to meet them.[br]Excuse me. Excuse me.
- Hi. This is Sandor.[br]- How do you do?
- Where's Val?[br]- Uh, he didn't come.
Ooh. Oh. Oh. Hmm.
Oh, my goodness.[br]Everybody's so sophisticated.
[Snorts][br]I love it.[br][Giggling]
Uh, I have[br]your father here.
- You're joking.[br]- Tony?
- Be careful.[br]Don't bump into anything.[br]- Tony?
- No.[br]- I'll wait outside.
- Tony?[br]- What's wrong with you?[br]You blind?
- Me? Yeah.[br]- Psychosomatic.
- How do you know?[br]- You never get any real things.
- Here.[br]- [Muttering]
I'll take you to the couch.[br]Keep walking.
All right, turn around.
There you go.[br]Sit down.
- Don't ask me why I came.[br]- ####[Turns Off]
Aren't you curious[br]After the last couple of years?
Well, are you gonna[br]officially disown me?
No. I came for the exact[br]opposite reason.
- I-I wanna make friends.[br]- I was never mad at you.
Oh,Je...[br]How can you say that?
You pushed me down[br]a flight of stairs.
I was high.[br]In those years I did drugs.
I did acid[br]and peyote.
Where did you learn[br]to do drugs?
From you. You took[br]all those tranquilizers[br]and mood elevators.
There's a big difference[br]between that and breaking[br]into a drugstore...
so you can buy hashish.
Those days are over.[br]They were very stupid.
[Exhales][br]I-I... You know,[br]what happened to us?
How did we grow[br]so far apart?
I... You know, we used[br]to do things together.
We were... We were...[br]God, you know,[br]I played with you.
I took you fishing.
- I didn't wanna go fishing.[br]- I didn't take you[br]against your will.
Then, you wanted[br]to go fishing.
You wanted[br]to learn the violin.[br]I got you a violin.
That led me to the drums.
Yes, but how did[br]violin go to the drums?
- That I've never understood.[br]- It's music.
Hey, an electronic band[br]where you rip off your shirt...
and eat a live rat[br]is not music.
We sold out that concert.
And don't call it[br]a concert.
Heifetz at Carnegie Hall[br]is a concert.
If there's a brownout,[br]Heifetzwill still be on key...
but your guitar player[br]won't be.
You come here to knock me?
I came to...
hold out[br]an olive branch.
An olive branch?
What is this,[br]the Israeli parliament?[br]I'm your son.
I know you're my son.[br]That's what I'm saying.
I want us to-to, you know...[br]to get back together again...
to-to-to, you know...[br]to go fishing.
- I hate fishing.[br]- I don't mean literally[br]go fishing in water.
I-I-I-I, you know...
I'm saying that I love you[br]despite the orange hair...
and the nose rings[br]and the nipple rings and the tattoos.
It's no wonder[br]I went blind.
Can I help it[br]if I took a quantum leap[br]from your values?
What's wrong with my values?[br]I don't understand.
I was nice[br]to your mother.
I-I-I-I-I didn't[br]steal anything.
I never consumed[br]any rodents.
How is your mother,[br]incidentally?
She's great.[br]They're in Rio.
She has no trouble[br]accepting me.
Yeah, of course she has no trouble[br]'cause you're here...
and she moved[br]to the equator.
I wanna be friends[br]with you.
I respect what you've tried to do.[br]You have to respect my goals.
I did some dopey things.[br]I apologize.
Let's not make a big deal.
We don't have to go fishing,[br]but we really have a lot in common.
We're both trying[br]to do something original...
you with film[br]and me with a live rat.
Oh, Tony.[br]Tony, Tony.
By the way, I changed my name.[br]It's not Tony anymore.
It's not?[br]What is it?
Oh, that's nice.[br][Clears Throat]
It's much better[br]than Tony Waxman.
I love you, Scumbag.
[Andrea's Voice][br]Events moved pretty rapidly[br]once the movie wrapped.
Ellie stayed in New York[br]and helped Val fake his way[br]through the editing.
They spent[br]a lot of time together...
and then, suddenly one day...
I can see.
Ellie. Ellie. Ellie.
- I can see.[br]- What?
I-I can see.
I can see.
I can see.
I... Everything looks[br]so beautiful to me.
The city looks[br]so... incredible.
- I can... I can see.[br]- Val, are you...
- I can...[br]- Are you sure?
- You look so beautiful.[br]You look so great.[br]- Oh, well...
- You look so beautiful.[br]- Come on.
I swear. You're like[br]a different person.
- You mean I was never pretty?[br]- You were always pretty.
- But now you're beautiful.[br]- Come on.
I can see.[br]I... I can't believe this.
I... I, uh...
I can see.[br]You look so beautiful.
I... I'm overwhelmed.
Well, that's how it is[br]when you go blind[br]for a while, you know.
- Oh, Val! Oh, my God![br]- Come on!
Call Dr. Kevorkian.
- Val...[br]- This is the worst...
This looks... like[br]the work of a blind man.
Come on. You're...[br]You're scaring me.
I mean, I... Hal means[br]to preview this in two weeks...
to get some[br]audience reaction and...
The audience will... rush[br]into the projection booth...
and grab the print[br]and hurl it into the sea.
Here are the rest of the cards[br]the audience filled out.
Well, you know, they're[br]practically unanimous.
"An incoherent, stupid[br]waste of celluloid."
"Would you recommend[br]this film to a friend?"
"Only if I was[br]friendly with Hitler."
- These are alljust terrible.[br]- "Just stop. Stop already."
"How would you improve[br]this movie?" "Arson."
- "What would you say was the[br]best moment in the film?"[br]- That's the audience.
It's not the critics,[br]and the reviews will be good,[br]and the publicwill get with it.
Oh, yeah. "How would you[br]characterize the genre?"[br]"Early American Garbage."
Well, I'm crushed[br]over the reception[br]the movie's gotten.
I thought some of the reviews[br]were particularly scathing.
- I hope Val's okay.[br]- That's not what[br]I wanna talk about.
I got an advance copy[br]of the story that[br]Andrea Ford wrote...
on the making[br]of the picture.
She hasn't even[br]turned it in yet.
She wanted[br]some comments from me.
I tried to talk her[br]out of it.
Look, Andrea Ford is[br]a cheap tabloid gossipmonger.
I never thought[br]it was a good idea...
having her hang around[br]on the set all the time.
She said that Val Waxman[br]directed the picture blind...
that all throughout[br]the picture he was a victim[br]of psychosomatic blindness.
- Did I do wrong to deny that?[br]- Huh.
He shot the whole picture[br]without ever seeing it?
Otherwise, you would have[br]gotten the movie you wanted.
She wrote that you knew about this[br]and you helped him hide it.
Only the last few weeks.
- I found out pretty much[br]after that boat had sailed.[br]- And you didn't tell me.
I knew you'd be apoplectic[br]and Val couldn't afford[br]to lose another job...
and under[br]those circumstances, I...
You cared more about him[br]than you did about Galaxie, huh?
I truly believed[br]he could pull it off.
And the two of you were[br]seen kissing passionately[br]on several occasions...
- around the set.[br]- We were faking it.
We told his roommate[br]that we had gotten back together...
so she wouldn't move[br]back in with him...
because she'd figure out[br]that he was blind...
Did you fall back in love[br]with your ex-husband?
You can tell me the truth[br]'cause it really doesn't[br]much matter now.
I think I never[br]stopped loving him.
You knowthat when this story hits,[br]he'll never be employable again.
Well, you don't[br]need the story.
I think the reviews[br]pretty much took care of that.
I wouldn't spend 30 seconds[br]on what those critics said.
They represent[br]the lowest level of the culture.
No, this time they're right.[br]The movie is incoherent.
The performances[br]are all over the place...
and the camera work[br]is unfocused.
Worse has been[br]said about my work.[br]I just eat another rat.
- Oh,Jesus. I hope Ellie is okay.[br]- I always liked Ellie.
Didn't I read that she was[br]marrying that quintessential[br]Neanderthal, Yeager?
Talk about blindness.
She was right under[br]my nose for so long,[br]and I didn't appreciate her.
- [Doorbell Rings][br]- Blindness as metaphor.
- Guess what? What?[br]- The movie. Your movie.
The French have seen[br]your movie in paris...
and they say it's the greatest[br]American film in 50 years.
- You're kidding.[br]- No. You're being hailed[br]as a true artist.
A great genius.[br]And France sets the tone[br]for the rest of Europe, right?
Right? And I have offers[br]for you already to make[br]a movie in paris.
A love story in paris.[br]paris, France.
Where they talk...[br]they talk French, you know.
- They...[br]- It's like New York.
This is the best news I...[br]This is unbelievable.
- I love it.[br]- Because here I'm a bum...
- but there... a genius.[br]- A genius.
Oh, thank God[br]the French exist.
This is my life's dream...[br]that we're gonna live in paris.
I can't tell you[br]how thrilled I am.
- I can't believe it.[br]- Are you sure?
- I mean, it's a really big step.[br]- I'm absol...
You know,[br]you look so beautiful.
I-I... Every husband[br]should go blind[br]for a little while.
You didn't forget[br]the Dramamine, did you?
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