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## Everybody stretch up for funky jazz #
# All aboard that funk boat, fat mama #|# 'Bout to start sailin' in an hour #
# All your rigors and all your body jiggers #|# Everybody's in the funky blowout #
# You know where I set sail from just #|# Around the corner from the Portobello Road #
# Downtown W10, in the west, baby #|# Baby, do what you done told #
# I got bottles of beer and a deck or two #
# Goin' out till the morning comes #|# And I said #
# Have fun, go mad #|# Do what I say #
# Have fun, go mad #|# Don't do what I do #
# Have fun, go mad #|# C'mon #
# Have fun living in the city #
# Have fun, go mad #|# Do what I say #
# Have fun, go mad #|# Don't do what I do #
# Have fun, go mad #|# So c'mon #
# Have fun living in the city... #
# Have fun, go mad #|# I like it #
# Have fun, go mad #|# Do what I do #
# Have fun, go mad #|# Have fun living in the city #
# Have fun, go mad #|# Do what I say #
# Have fun, go mad #|# Do it, do it ##
Shit, shit, shit, shit, shit.|Oh, shit, shit, shit, shit, shit.
Oh, shit. Hello, Helen.|I'd almost forgotten you work here.
I know, I know.|You'd almost forgotten I work here,
but I swear I was up all night|toying with ideas for the fashion show,
and I've really hit|on something. You see...
I took 4 bottles of vodka on Friday.|It was my birthday. You know that.
I was having a party, and I was|running late, so I borrowed some.
- I bought some more to replace it.|- Not a lot of use to me
when I have nothing to offer|the executives who drop by late Friday.
You could have told them|you'd run out. It's popular stuff.
Bullshit, bullshit.|We're in P R. That's what we do, isn't it?
But you didn't do that, did you, Paul?
So I'm out, am I?
Well, this is just perfect.
Congratulations.|You wanted me out for ages.
Now you've done it.|Very well done.
Theft. Pretty foolproof.
OK. I'll go. I'll go.|I was getting a bit choked up
with all the testosterone|flying about the place.
It's best I get out|before I start growing a penis.
Told you... Lesbian.
Thank you.
'District Line information.|Due to a derailment at Victoria,
District Line trains|are subject to extensive delay.'
'We suggest you find|alternative means of transport.'
You all right, luv?|Oh, it's a bit of a nasty cut.
Might need a couple of stitches.
## She's dragged me to the floor
# Just like she did before #
# And I can't take it no more ##
- Beatles lyrics, eh?|- What?
Elastic Thrombosis -|they're guilty of lyric poaching.
- They're Beatles lyrics, aren't they?|- I don't know. Sorry.
Of course you do. Everyone is born|knowing Beatles' lyrics instinctively.
They're passed into the foetus|along with all the amniotic stuff.
In fact, they should be called|The Foetles.
Not a fan, clearly.
Funny how nobody talks|on the tubes, isn't it?
I rarely catch|the tube myself, or lifts.
Confined spaces, everybody|shuts down. Why is that?
Perhaps we think everybody on the tube|is a potential psychopath or a drunk,
so we close down and pretend|to read a book or something.
Look, I don't think you're a psychopath,|I just want to read my book.
I understand. I apologise.
I'm in a little bit of a good mood today|as a matter of fact, so I'll just...
Have we met before?|No, no. Honestly.
- You seem familiar.|- I don't think so.
Yes. Yes, you were in the lift just now.|You dropped your earring, I picked it up.
- Oh, yes. You did. Thank you.|- Pleasure.
- Do you work there?|- I did do, but I've just been fired, OK?
Oh, that's...
- That's horrible. I'm sorry.|- It's OK. You didn't do it.
Thank you for your concern.|I'm glad you're in a good mood, et cetera.
Thank you for picking up my earring,|but I just want to read my book.
I get off at this stop.
I'm only telling you in case|you get off at this stop, too,
and you get off before me,|and you think I'm following you.
Which I'm not.|I mean, I wouldn't. You know?
I really didn't mean any offence. Please|forgive me. I'm really not a nutcase.
I apologise.
Excuse me.
I'm sorry.
I'm sure you're not a nutcase|or a psycho or anything,
it's just that I'm not...|I'm not that good at, um...
- you know...|- Constructing sentences?
- I'm James.|- Helen.
I never figured out|why we didn't make it, Gerry.
You went back to America, remember?|I couldn't afford the bus fares.
I came back, though.
Turn my back for three years, and|you callously ditch me for another woman.
I know. I suppose|I'm just naturally impetuous.
I live with someone.|A man. I live with a man.
- Really?|- Mmm.
I have people I consider soul mates|who don't confide in me this much.
And what would he say if he knew|you were walking up from the tube
in broad daylight|with a complete stranger?
Big deal.
It was nice to meet you, Helen.|Sorry about your job. Really.
I suppose being a Gemini|has its down sides.
Hey, remember what|the Monty Python boys say.
What, "Always look|on the bright side of life"?
No. "Nobody expects|the Spanish Inquisition."
## ... out in the streets to find out #
# Who's right and who's wrong #
# Oh, Candy and Ronnie #|# haven't seen them yet #
# Oh, but they're so spaced out #
# B-b-b-Bennie and the Jets #
# Ohh! #|# But they're weird and they're wonderful #
# Ohh! Benny... #
# You know, I read it in the magazines... ##
Ohh! Ohh!
- F-f-f-fuck!|- Yes!
I didn't think you liked Elton John.
I... I do sometimes.
You really shouldn't stop like that.
Set a woman back three days|doing a thing like that.
- Who is she?|- She is Lydia.
Well, I've had a dreadful day.|I got sacked.
So did you, it would seem.
- Cup of tea?|- That'd be nice.
You bastard!
You bastard!|You useless, shagging bastard!
I come home and catch you up to your nuts
in Lady-shagging-Godiva!
I am working all hours|to support you
while you are supposedly|writing your first novel.
How long, huh?
Do you love her?|No, don't tell me. I'm not interested.
No, do tell me.|I am interested.
I'm only asking because I need to know|exactly how big a mug I am.
Look... look...
- Helen? Is that you?|- No, it's your bit of stuff.
Wednesday...|shag day, remember?
## How can you stay #|# when your heart says no? #
# How can you stop #|# when your feet say go? #
Have you just got up,|you lazy git?
No. Uh...? Well, I, uh...
I didn't sleep that well last night.|And then, you know when you left,
I kind of... I went into a really...|a really, really deep, deep,
deep sleep.
I think I might be coming down|with a... Anyway,
what are you doing home|at this time of...
Oh, my God!
What happened to you?
Well, it depends.
- Which story do you want first?|- What?
I got mugged and...
- What are you doing?|- I can't stand Elton John.
You know that. Well, anyway, listen...
tell me what happened?|What happened to your head?
I got mugged and sacked,|only not in that order.
Though it wasn't an actual mugging,|it was only an attempted mugging
according to the police|because they didn't...
- Whoa, whoa.|- Because they didn't...
Wait a sec. Come here.|Come here.
Now sit down. Just sit here, OK?
Now... you're in shock, darling, OK?
You had... a little bit of a shock.|Now just relax.
Do you want a brandy?
- It's 4:00 in the afternoon.|- Of course it is. Sorry.
- Are you OK?|- Me? I'm fine. Fine.
Anyway, anyway...|t-tell me, what happened.
And I just couldn't help thinking
if I had caught that train,|it would never have happened.
I'd have been home|ages ago.
Oh, well,|don't wonder about things like that.
You know. "If only this...",|and "What if that..."
It's done now.
Come on.
I'm going to take you out
and get you alarmingly|out of your head on Grolsch.
And then dry.
And then follow.|Follow.
Follow, follow, follow.
And then, when you've sung all your|favourite Barbara Streisand songs
at the top of your voice|and got us slung out of the pub...
Yeah. Put this on.
I'm gonna let you have carnal knowledge|of a lamb passanda,
which your diet does not allow,|with a double tarka dahl,
which you can then puke
all over the pristine doorstep|of Herr and Frau Goebbels next door,
and I'll help you.
I love you, Gerry.
Gerry, she's not here.
Anna, you're Helen's best friend.|Where else would she be?
Come search the place if you want.|She's not here, Gerry.
What is it you've done, anyway?|Can't be that nice if she's walked out.
OK, look, I'm sorry. Look, if she|comes here, just let me know
or get her to ring me or something.|That's all I ask.
Like you say, Gerry,|I'm Helen's best friend.
If she comes here,|I'll do what SHE asks.
## I'll have this meagre defence #
# I was hoping that #
# You're an amateur #
# I was hoping that #
# You'd know better #
# But I've been wrong before ##
Well, she's got a point.|You can't stand Elton John.
Forget about Elton John.|That's not the issue. What do I do?
Gerry, you've told me for weeks you|couldn't hack it juggling Helen and Lydia,
and you wish you hadn't got|involved with her again.
I know.
- You weren't cut out for infidelity.|- I know.
But you couldn't end it with Lydia|'cause you weren't sure how she'd take it.
- I know all this.|- And I told you something...
if you remember my words... something|ungoverned by you would happen
to bring the situation|to a head.
- I know.|- And something has.
It's not funny, actually, Russell.
I'm sorry, old man. I beg to differ.
It is funny.|It's very, very, very funny.
And look at you. You're not rushing|about frantically trying to find her.
I went to Anna's.|She wasn't there.
Oh, went to Anna's?|Boy, you're a one-man SAS crack unit.
- You want my opinion?|- Will I like it?
Well, of course not.|It'll be based on reality.
No, no, no.|You don't advertise a new restaurant.
It's very uncool.|It's word of mouth. People talk.
And how do these people|who talk know where you are
so that they can talk|about you?
It's your restaurant, Clive.|I just want it to work. Helen.
Hello. James.
Rather annoying chatty|bloke on the tube?
Oh, yes. Hi.
You look all stressed up|with nowhere to go.
It's only a job.|You'll get another one.
No, it's something else,|isn't it?
Sometimes it helps|to just say whatever it is out loud.
It also helps if people mind their own|business and leave you alone. Sorry.
When I left you at the tube earlier,|I went home and found my boyfriend...
In bed with another woman?|Shit.
Oh, I'm sorry.|It's... I mean...
- What an idiot.|- It's OK. You weren't to know.
No, not me. Your boyfriend.|He's an idiot.
Sorry. It's not my place.
It's OK.
Look, if it makes you feel any better,|you see that bloke over there?
Not only does he own|a set of crocodile-skin luggage,
but his favourite|TV program is Baywatch.
So you see, there's always|someone sadder than you.
- Do you love him?|- No. I could never love a Baywatch fan.
Hey, you did a joke
in the midst of your turbulent|emotional state. That's very positive.
Listen, if you decide you want|company, we're over here, OK?
I'm really sorry, Helen.
Two of your most disgustingly|large Grolsches, please,
and a large Jack Daniels with ice,|and I'll have the same.
You're behind.|Can we have another?
Gerry came looking for you.
- Is it what I think?|- It depends.
Is what you think that I walked in on him|shagging Lydia in my bed,
and I walked out?
- Pretty much.|- Then, yes.
Oh. Hold on. Yeah?
'This morning was sensational.'
- Oh. I can't... Sorry. I can't hear you.|- 'Gerry?'
- I can't hear you.|- 'Can you hear me? '
Didn't know it was on.|Ready, steady, go!
See you, James.
- Who's that?|- My friend.
Come on, you.|Let's get you home.
- Right.|- Drunken eejit.
OK. Whoa.
And again. Come along.
- Can I give you a lift anywhere?|- Yeah, that would be great. Thank you.
Hands up if you drank|too much, eh?
Hey, I'm not as drunk|as thinkle peep I am.
Put a wick in her mouth,|and she'd burn for a fortnight.
9 Menlove Avenue. Thanks a lot.
French bean, some chicken,|some rice...
- One more little Indian.|- No.
- Oh, come on.|- Really. I'll be sick.
Well, but we've gotta move locations|for that, so don't swallow for ten minutes.
He didn't fancy me.
He offered us a lift.|He was just being concerned.
Uh-huh. Well, let me tell you,|if he'd been that concerned about me,
I wouldn't be helping|you into bed right now.
Am I in bed?
Yes. You're staying with me for awhile.
Don't worry. You'll be fine.
Just fine.
There we go.
- There we go.|- Ohh.
'Are you some peculiar,|thus far undefined breed of dickhead?'
'You have two head problems...'
One - that was close.
Very close. Put in layman's terms,|she nearly caught you.
And two -
this is far more worrying|than the first one -
you're talking to yourself|in the mirror again.
Really bad sign.
Bigger sip.|Bigger sip.
Bigger sip. Don't throw up|all over me.
There are no PR jobs.
I'm going to need some|part-time work, Gerry.
What you need|is a change of image.
You know, it goes back and then,|you know, sort of comes like a slant.
## Baby, it's a changin' atmosphere #
# And I've seen the signs, I know #
# That it's right for me to go #
# I'm on my way #
# So when you think of yesterday #
# Remember all the things we said #
# And through the course of history #
# I hope you'll still #
# Remember me #
# And there can't be no other way #
# There's nothing left for us to say #
# I've got to see it through alone #
# I've got to do this on my own ##
- For you there.|- Hey, gorgeous...
what do you do when you're not|serving mad-cow burgers in here?
Well now, let me see.|I get up about 7:30 am.
Make and deliver sandwiches|in the West End during the day
before I come here about 6:00|and finish at midnight.
After that, if I've got any energy left,|I give me boyfriend a blowjob.
Would you like|some mayonnaise with that?
- You don't mean that.|- I do. Really.
So, you were together two years
and you've been sitting here|like suicide on a stick for a week.
- Nine days, Anna.|- For nine days. But bollocks to him.
Yes. I mean, why hasn't he even|called to see if I'm OK?
To admit that he's a twat.
Hello, Helen, it's Gerry.|I'm a twat. Please come home.
I love you. All that shit.|Oh, I don't care anyway. Bollocks to him.
- I'm over him.|- Oh, you're over him.
Yes. Totally and utterly|and completely over him.
- No, you're not.|- I am.
- You're not.|- Anna, I'm over him.
What do you mean I'm not?|How do you know I'm not?
Well, two things really.
You're still counting how long you've|been apart in days, hours and minutes.
But the flashing red light way|of telling you're not over someone
is reading their horoscope|in the hope they're going to get wiped out
- in some freak napalming incident.|- Smart arse.
- What is he?|- A wanker.
Oh, Aries.
Aries... Aries...
Well, just shows how much I know.
"With Mars in the ascendancy,
you will get wiped out|in a freak napalming incident
and Helen says bollocks to you."|This guy's good.
You go.|No, I will.
No, you.|I'm not in. I'm out.
You don't know where or who with.|Especially who with.
Quickly, go on!
I am not answering|the door like this.
Please, you have to.|It won't be him anyway.
So there's no big deal, is there?
Bollocks to him.|Bollocks to him.
Bollocks to him.|Bollocks to him.
Bollocks to him.|Bollocks to him. Bollocks to him.
Come on.|If you don't drink your fatty drinks,
you'll never really|achieve quality cellulite.
Your haircut suits you,|by the way.
No, it does.|It does. No gag.
Never make a joke about women's hair,|clothes, or menstrual cycles. Page one.
Look, James, maybe I shouldn't be here.
I'm sorry. I'm not being fair.
You know, under|normal circumstances etcetera,
you're really nice and funny.|My friend Anna thinks you're cute.
Wait, hold, hold.|Your friend Anna thinks I'm cute?
Your friend Anna thinks I'm cute?
Shit, I just blew...|Wait.
Oh, 2.85...|2.85 on the wrong girl.
Helen, listen.
Sometimes we are plonked|into people's lives
when they just need|to be cheered up and reassured
and it turns out|that for some reason it's your job.
We don't know why.|In your case, it's my job.
But, I'll be honest, the fact|that I find you moderately attractive,
just makes the job|easier on my part.
My intentions|are completely honourable.
I have no desire to overstep|the mark. Seriously.
You prefer diamonds or sapphires?|Sorry.
- "Moderately attractive"?|- A-ha! I knew you were listening.
Well, you know, lose the sad eyes,|the droopy mouth,
I could get you an upgrade.
So, having firmly established|the ground rules,
what are you doing two weeks|on Saturday?
- Probably killing myself.|- Excellent. What time does that finish?
Do you like boats?
Do you know|we haven't done that for two months?
- Don't be daft.|- Two months... almost to the day.
Almost to the day, listen to you.|What are we, a survey?
Gerry, how did one of my Waterford|crystal brandy glasses
get into|the laundry basket?
- To the where?|- The laundry basket.
I don't know. Can I answer|questions in seventies pop music?
Last week, when I got the sack|and I came back, am I going mad?
But wasn't there was some brandy|and two glasses on the dressing table?
- I don't know. I couldn't really say.|- Well, there were, I'm sure.
Oh, hang on, no, wait a minute.|No, I could say.
There was a bottle|and one glass because...
No, I'm certain there|were two glasses, Gerry.
Helen, I'm not sure I like|where this conversation is going.
No, I told you. I couldn't sleep,|so I got up in the night
to get a drink|to knock myself out.
It was still there in the afternoon|when you got home.
I mean, you had also that day,|if you remember,
had taken a blow to the... the head.|We just had a party.
Maybe one of your mad friends|like Anna threw it there.
I mean, Jesus!
Let's spoil the moment|properly, shall we?
What are you trying to say?|Am I shagging a brandy drinker? Yes.
Gerry, ease up, will you?|For Christ's sake. I'm only asking.
Oh, women never ask.
No, they don't ask, they insinuate.
And you are insinuating,|not very subtly, may I add, that I am...
No, no, no, no, no.|Thank you. Thanks.
I mean, thank you. Thank you.
I mean, this is the right time, isn't it,|to address our relationship, isn't it?
I mean, it's... it's... it's perfect.|Perfect moment.
Gerry, for God's sakes,|I asked a simple question.
There's no need|to become Woody Allen.
Thanks, James.|I'm sorry if you had a lousy time.
Are you kidding?
In my book, getting to drink|two chocolate milkshakes in one sitting
represents social splendour.|It's one of the perks of being shallow.
Take care, Helen.|You'll be fine.
Thank you very much.
It's amazing how you can actually learn|to despise inanimate objects.
Like tin openers|that don't open tins,
egg mayonnaise and Skipjack tuna.|You going out?
Yeah. I was just writing you a note.|I'm off to the library.
I have some stuff to read up on.
Well, I won't be more than|a couple of hours.
- Would you rather I didn't go?|- No, no, of course not. Go.
OK, bye.
Lydia, what are you talking about?|She followed me.
I said I was going to the library,|so I've come to the library.
For God's sake!
Of course I can't come now. What if she's|still lurking around the corner or something?
'So what? Is she there?'
Lydia, I don't know why|she followed me. I'm not a sleuth.
'I have taken 2 hours off work, Gerry.'
Please, don't get hysterical.|Look, I'm sorry! OK, I'm sorry!
I booked our hotel in Dorset.|Are we still going?
Do you want to cancel it? I mean,|is she going to follow us there?
Do you want to end this...
Yes. I mean, no.|I mean, no, I don't want...
Of course we're still going up.|Don't... don't...
Don't don't|don't don't what?
I don't know.
Look, we're going|to Dorset, OK?
We're going to have a great time|and I'll talk to you tomorrow.
Right, that's the lot.
- You don't live there anymore.|- Thanks for going again, Anna.
- Any evidence of her?|- Nothing that stood out.
- Hello.|- 'Hi, it's James. Is Helen there?'
It's James.
Yes, tonight. You know, the tonight|that comes immediately after today.
He wants|to go out tonight.
Please come.|It'll be a laugh.
- OK.|- Great. See ya.
- OK?|- Yeah.
- She doesn't want to leave here.|- I know.
She's really frail, James.|Do you want me to postpone my trip?
There's another course|later in the year.
It's only a couple of weeks.|You should go.
- You sure? It's not that important.|- It is important. I want you to go.
It's going to be hard|to leave this place, James.
But you've still got the London flat.
You'll be nearer the hospital, and|you can get much better crack in town.
Hey, you know|what the Monty Python boys say...
"Nobody expects|the Spanish Inquisition." I know.
Sorry. Let me just... Lydia's becoming|more and more demanding.
And you feel bad because Helen's|working night and day
to keep the money coming in.|But you've asked Helen to come
on a research trip to Dorset with you,|knowing that she won't be able to...
to cover up the fact that|you're really taking Lydia.
And despite the fact that Lydia|gave you an out on the phone,
which you didn't take,|you're having a moral dilemma.
Gerry, you are a morality-free zone.
If I had no morals,|would I be discussing it?
Whose idea was this trip...|yours or Lydia's?
You wanna get out of this Lydia thing.|I foresee problems.
And I wouldn't mind betting you're|talking to yourself in the mirror again.
- Very bad sign.|- You've no compassion.
Why do I bother confiding in you?
I'm your mate.|I'm here to help you.
I'm sorry.
I'm here to help you.
Bom bom bom! Nobody expects|the Spanish Inquisition.
Our chief weapon is surprise.|Surprise and fear. Fear and surprise.
Our two chief weapons|are surprise and fear.
And a ruthless efficiency. Our three|main weapons are fear, surprise,
and a ruthless efficiency.|I'll come in again!
- Whoa! Wow!|- Pass me your plate.
- How do you do, Nigel?|- Very nice to meet you.
I am deadly serious.
Oh, just set up|my own PR company.
Yeah, well, why not?|You've got the experience,
the know-how, the contacts.
You want to spend the rest of your life|working for other people?
Hey, what's the worst|that could possibly happen?
I could fail miserably|and look like a complete tosser.
Exactly, so what is there|to worry about?
I had a really|nice time, James.
Did you? Oh, shit! Sorry.|That's against the rules, isn't it?
Yes, it is, so just bear that in mind|in the future, would you?
I'm getting over|a major break-up.
Yeah, sorry.|Won't happen again.
Good night, Helen.
Hey, you know everything|happens for the best.
You'll never know|if you don't try.
Wear something warm on Saturday.|It can get cold on the river.
Take care.
## Is that you? #
# Looks like you've #|# changed your ways again... ##
So, what other ideas|has James run by you?
Anna, don't do that.
Don't do desperate mother acting|with me. He's a friend, OK? Friend.
I'm not remotely interested|in him romantically.
- You're not.|- No.
So how come last night|was the first night you didn't ask
if anyone had called|when you walked in the door?
## What I know now #
# It's not always a happy ending #
# Yeah, but hey #
# Here comes that rainy day again #
# Hey, look at me #
# Don't feel like crying no more #
# I won't feel like crying no more #
# I don't feel like it #
# Hey, look at me... ##
You're sorry?
You're sorry that four of the staff here
have been cut down with food poisoning|after eating your sandwiches.
And yes, they all had the same sandwiches|and the same symptoms at the same time.
Are you trained|in the catering trade, may I ask?
No, actually, I work in PR
Well, you're not doing a particularly good|PR job this morning, are you?
Luckily for you,|I've convinced my colleagues
not to take the matter|any further... this time.
Now, if you'll excuse me,|I have five people's work to do.
Sorry? Helen has been delivering|sandwiches to your office.
Yes. And today I had|reason to summon her.
Well, I made up a reason,|to be brutally honest.
She's quite pretty in a British,|horsey sort of way, isn't she?
Lydia, what are you playing at?|Have you gone raving mad?
- She's not bloody stupid, you know.|- Oh, I wouldn't say that.
I wanted to see what the woman|you ditched me for is like.
Now, now, now, wait a second.|Now, I didn't ditch you for...
I mean, you went back|to America...
I wanted to see what this girl you seem|to have no intention of leaving...
despite the occasional pre-orgasmic|suggestion that you are...
has that is so unleaveable.
And I have to say that I ended|our brief meeting at a bit of a loss.
Lydia, don't talk like this.|Now, it sounds ugly.
I told you before I cannot leave|Helen for... for... for...
- You know.|- For me?
Is that what you're trying to say?
You can't leave her for me?
Well, you never said you|wanted that, have you?
Gerry, I'm a woman.|We don't say what we want.
But we reserve the right|to be pissed off if we don't get it.
That's what makes us so fascinating|and not a little bit scary.
- Hello?|- Ah, General Flanagan, at last.
This is your kindly Uncle Russell here.
Listen, wherever you were tonight,|as if we need to ask, you weren't with me.
- Helen called here looking for you.|- OK.
- Yeah, all right.|- OK, thanks, mate. Bye.
Thank God. I was so worried.|Where have you been?
I went to Anna's.|I needed to see a friendly face.
I've had a horrible day.
I met Cruella de Ville's|less-nice sister this morning.
- She completely deflated me.|- I know.
How do you know?
Well, no, I mean I can tell.|Jeez, you look terrible.
Where were you earlier?|I really needed to talk to you.
Oh, I had some stuff to read up on,|so I went to the library.
God, you're always at the library.
I'm sick|of waiting on tables.
I know when you finish the book|we'll be millionaires,
but when are you going to finish it?
I'm going to finish it|very soon, Helen.
Very soon.
Helen, there's something|I want to tell you...
I need to tell you.
Um, it's a little bit to do|with the brandy glass,
and a little bit to do|with that woman you met today.
Only please let me finish|before you say anything, OK?
Come on, James!
Go, boy!|Come on!
## I've got an aching in my bones #
# I've been exposed #
# To what I want to see #
# The fuse is burning somewhere #
# It's drenched in me #
# It's where I long to be ##
It's really weird.|I knew there'd be a boat race going by
with purple and white shirts. Sorry?
Why hasn't he asked you|to go with him to Dorset?
He has. I've got to work.
Anyway, it'll be good for him|to get away. We need a bit of space.
Anna, can I ask a daft question?
Did you drop a glass in the laundry|basket at our party?
Sounds like a ridiculous thing to do.|It was almost certainly me.
- Are you OK?|- Just going quietly mad.
Thank God for that.|I was worried.
Yes! Yes!
- And to my left|- And to my left
- And to my right|- And to my right
- And with my left|- And with my left
- And with my right|- And with my right
- And with the head|- And with the head
## Father #
# Abraham head had seven sons #
# Head, head #
# Seven sons had Father Abraham head #
Are you sure it's just|writer's block?
I mean, you seem so distant.
I'm here, Gerry, if you need|to talk to me about anything.
Hey, that's Helen in there.
# Seven sons|had Father Abraham head... ##
She's got blonde hair.
There's loads of them having|some kind of sponsored epileptic fit.
Maybe it isn't writer's|block at all, Gerry.
Maybe it's Helen block.
I don't want to hear about Helen.
I don't care about Helen.
The trouble is you do.
Quite clearly.
I just thought of a great|finish for your book.
"The End!"
Yes, you are, Clive.
He's opening|his first restaurant in six days,
and he's completely disorganised.
Well, you know,|at my old company,
we had wars getting|Pierre Claude's restaurant open.
- You did Pierre Claude?|- Mmm.
He's my hero.|You did his launch.
Well, I heard that was a really classy do.|People went on about it.
I mean, six days is...
Could I come down|and take a look?
I can't promise|anything stupendous.
Sure. Yeah! Yeah, no problem.
You're kidding.|Yeah, come down!
Pierre Claude. Oh, wow!
You're very thoughtful, James.|You give out an incredible amount.
Oh, you're the same.|You encouraged me today.
I saw you jumping up and down|like a mad thing.
It spurred me on.
I love this bridge.|My great-grandfather helped build it.
I often come and stand on it|when I want to...
Build a bridge?
I'm sorry.
Oh, God, James, don't.
- Oh, I'm sorry.|- No, I'm...
I know this is an ideal|sort of kissing moment.
You know, night, moon,|boat, water lapping.
You know, it's, um, it's perfect.
And I'm not not feeling|that it would be nice,
but I don't really|know anything about you
and I'm... l'm still|on the rebound.
Oh, God, I hate that word, but I am.
Oh, who isn't? Everyone is.
I'm on the rebound myself in a way.
- Who are you on the rebound from?|- A girl called Pamela.
My whole life pivots around|Pam and I breaking up.
- When was that?|- 1973. We were eight.
I bloody loved that woman.
No warning. Just up... gone.|Left me for somebody else.
- Who?|- Gary Glitter.
- Get out.|- Gary Glitter, for crying out loud.
I mean, all my friends were being left|for Donny Osmond or David Cassidy.
I could have come to terms|with that given time.
But Gary. Oh, she wanted|to touch him there, yeah.
You know? Well, I went to pieces|as you can imagine.
And there was no junior Prozac|to see me through, so...
So, I... I, um...
- I kissed you.|- Yeah, yeah, I spotted that, too.
You weren't going to do that.
Um, ahem,|would you mind, um,
just putting that down to a momentary|lapse of, um, concentration?
- Is that what it was?|- No.
Yes? I don't...|Oh, help.
I don't want to be a confusion|in your life, Helen. I don't truly.
But something's happened to me|since I've met you...
that I wasn't expecting,|and I don't really...
Well, well, wasn't expecting.
Repetition of expecting.|I must buy a thesaurus. Anyway, I...
You did remember to take a full|page out in Adulterer's Weekly?
Lydia, get in the car,|will you?
How many years have you been|going to paint that stain off?
## Ooh, I must believe #
# I can do anything #
# I can heal everyone #
# I must believe #
# I am the wind #
# Yeah, but I am the sea #
# Oh, oh #
# I am the wind, I am the sea, #|# I am the sun #
# I can be anyone #
# Oh, this world is mine #|# This world is mine #
# For all of time #|# For all of time #
# I can turn them to stone #
# Come let me fix my home #|# I can do anything #
# I'm gonna|get myself together... #
- He didn't even pay the bill.|- Of course not.
- I'm sorry... excuse me.|- Sure.
What do you mean|you want to see me?
Jesus Christ, Gerry, what...|How did you get in?
One of the waiters is a friend|of Russell. He got me a ticket.
It's a great do, Helen.|I hear your company's really taking off.
Gerry, you can't just turn up like this.|This is a really important night for me.
Yes, I can, Helen.|I can just turn up.
It's the most important|just turn up I've ever done.
Oh, God.|We can't talk in here.
# I must believe|I must believe... ##
We've been through too much just|to drop this, haven't we? Surely.
Helen, please, look at me.
I'm sorry.
Really sorry.
You're too good not to fight for.
Don't, Gerry,|don't talk about fights. I...
Good-looking bloke.
Are you seeing him?
I... I'm sorry.|It's not my place to ask.
- Is that him?|- I guess so.
- Does she know about Claudia?|- No.
I really like her, Clive.
I'm confused.|I feel a bit lost suddenly.
Gerry, I really have to go back inside.
Will you come|and see me, Helen?
Please, Helen,|there's so much more I want to say.
I miss you.
Will you come and see me?
Please, Helen...
I'll go.
Thanks for listening.|I'm really proud of you.
## I am the wind #
# Yeah #
# I am the sea #
# I am the wind, I am the sea, #|# I am the sun #
# I can be anyone #
# Oh, yes, I'm the night #
# That's right ##
Are you OK?
- Are you OK?|- Yes. Just a bit dizzy.
Too much champagne.
It's official. I love you.
Thank you. You're a genius.|I'm ecstatic!
Have you seen James?
Yeah, yeah, he had to go.|Early start. He apologised.
Business trip. Newcastle or something.|I didn't want to pry.
His secretary wasn't very forthcoming.
- Do you believe he's away?|- Don't know.
- Think he's just avoiding you?|- I don't know.
- Did you leave a message?|- No.
Do you think maybe you should have?|Did he actually see Gerry kiss you?
I don't know.
Do you think he might be hoping you've|called and not known that you have?
Did you not check|if he has a mobile?
Anna, ease up, will you?|Bloody hell!
They have less questions|than these on Jeopardy.
I was nervous. I wanted to get off|the phone. I felt awkward.
Well, it's such a little thing.|It's hardly worth getting uptight about.
Oh, Gerry called, by the way.
That's just...
Two months ago, I want Gerry|to come around. James comes around.
Now I want James to call,|Gerry calls.
'It was the weirdest dream.'
'You were there, and you had|a funny mask over your face
and you had something that you needed|to tell me, but you couldn't say it.'
Well, that does it. I'm taking away|your class one drugs for a week.
Anyway, um, there's something else|I wanted to tell you.
- I fainted at work the other night.|- Sweetheart, are you OK?
Yes, but I don't normally faint,|so I, um...
- What was that?|- I don't know.
The people next door are plainly|engaged in some bizarre sexual ritual.
I may pop in later and introduce myself.|What were you saying?
Anyway, I don't normally faint,|so I was a little curious.
Oh! Oh!
Ow! Oh, sh...
I stubbed my foot on the side|of the shagging bath. Oh!
- God, sounds horrific.|- I know. Shh!
Listen, there's the landlady. She keeps|bringing corned beef sandwiches.
Look, I'll phone you back when|World War XII has stopped for tea.
So I did a test and it turns out|that I'm pregnant.
I just thought|you might like to know.
Have you gone completely insane?|What are you trying to do?
What do you mean what am I trying|to do? I think I broke my toe.
Lydia, I'm on the pissing phone|to Helen, for goodness sake!
In case you've forgotten,|she doesn't know you're here.
She thinks I'm on a research trip...|alone, remember?
I remember.
Don't worry, I remember.|It's pretty hard to forget.
So what are you trying to do, huh?
Coming in here screeching|the place down while I'm on the phone.
Don't you know, Gerry? Don't you know|what I am trying to do?
I am trying|to be your girlfriend, Gerry!
I am trying to win you back!|It's fairly simple.
I am standing on the platform|at Limbo Central
with my heart and soul|packed in my suitcase
waiting for the Gerry|fucking express
to roll in and tell me|that my ticket is still valid!
That I may reboard the train!
Only the station announcer|keeps coming on
and telling me|that my train has been delayed!
As the driver has suffered|a major panic attack in Indecision City,
we suggest you take the bus!
That's what I am trying|to do, you cripple!
it's quite clear that that|is never going to happen.
Is it?
No reply... Perfect.
So, I... I'm not waiting any more, Gerry.
I am cashing my ticket in.
I am taking that bus.
Oh, God. I tell all my friends,|"Never go back."
Look at me. I must be crazy.
Don't phone me for a while.
No, don't phone me at all... ever!
It's over!
I've done it, Russell.|I've bloody done it.
Excellent. Congratulations.|Done what?
- I've finished it.|- Oh, the book?
Oh, well, great, mate.|That's great.
Not the book, Russell.|I'm a novelist.
I'm never going to finish the book.|The affair.
The sordid affair with Lydia.|I've blown her out... in Dorset.
I was decisive, but fair.|I've just got back.
Oh, God,|I feel like I've got out of jail...
No more deceit,|no more lying to Helen.
It was such a mistake.|Never go back, Russell. It's over.
God, I can't tell you,|it's such a good feeling.
Well, I'm... I'm very pleased.|How does she feel about it? Lydia?
You know,|she's not jumping through hoops,
but it's the best thing by far.
By far and away, the best thing.|I mean, she knows that.
I mean, she will do...|Well, she was upset.
I mean, a bit fraught,|you know, ob-obviously.
Oh, God, I feel good.
I've got to get home|before Helen comes back from work.
You never even buy me flowers when|you're meant to! So yes, I'm suspicious.
What else have you been doing|that you're not meant to?
Wait. Let me get this straight,|because this is brilliant.
I buy you flowers on a whim,
in a... in a fit of... of... of, um...|of romance, but...
See? You couldn't even|think of the word.
But instead of being...|of being grateful,
instead of being romanced,
you're instantly convinced that I'm|ensconced in some decrepit, tacky,
underhand clandestine affair?
In a nutshell.
Are you back?
I missed you, so I came|home early to see you.
What are they?
They're flowers. For you.
Do you not like them?
That image of her sitting on top of you...
Oh, God,|I don't know why I agreed to come.
Please stop, Gerry. Don't.|I don't want you to touch me.
I'm... I'm sorry. I... Don't go.
Please try and put her out of your mind.|She's out of mine.
It's finished... over.
I made a mistake...|such a big, big mistake...
and I'm sorry.|I'm truly, truly sorry.
I mean, this new bloke... this James|Hammerton that you're seeing...
- does he not make mistakes?|- How do you know his name?
A mate of Russell's|works at the restaurant.
They're mutual friends. I...|I mean, it's not especially important.
I don't want to talk about James|Hammerton or anyone else.
I have to go.
Oh, by... by the way,|I've, uh...
I've stopped writing the book.
the truth is,
I can't write without you.|I can't do anything without you.
I want you to come|back to me, Helen.
We were so good together.
Remember how good we are together?
Sorry. Just wait.
- Yeah?|- I'm late four days. I'm never late.
Oh, Russell. Look, mate, look...
Can I ring you back|in a few minutes?
Yeah, OK.|Thanks, mate. Cheers. Bye.
That was Russell.
Look, I'm... I'm dying for the loo.
'Telephone number|0171-444-3184.'
'To return the call, press 3.'
Why are you pretending I'm Russell?|You know I hate that.
What's going on?
Gerry, answer me.|Who's there?
It's Helen, actually.|We met once.
I interrupted you faking your orgasm.|Sorry I can't be more specific.
You know what I was thinking?
- You're not going, are you?|- You wanker.
You sad, sad wanker.
God, I feel like such a mug!|That useless, no-good,
shagging, horrible,
despicable, lying,
two-faced, pissing,|shagging...
- You said shagging.|- Wanker!
You know the worst bit?|All I could think about was James.
I felt like I was being unfaithful|to James just by being there.
That sounds like the best bit.|And you were.
He didn't call, did he?
That's nearly a week.
I think I've blown it.|I've blown it, haven't I?
I blame British Telecom.|All this new technology...
this number to know who called,|another one to withhold your calls,
itemised bills, take away|the first number you thought of.
They are single-handedly condemning|the average red-blooded Englishman
to a life of terminal monogamy.
What are they after?|The Nobel Peace Prize?
Lydia might be pregnant.
Oh, no more, please.
I can't take it!
Oh, this is terrific stuff.
Being with you makes the wait for the next|episode of Seinfeld much easier to bear.
I didn't reckon on things turning out|this way. Everything's a cock-up.
What's going on?
Well, to use|boxing parlance, if I may,
it's quite simple - you've just lost.
Are you sure?|You've been a bit...
I don't know,|a bit distant since I've got back.
I know.
Well, OK, there are a couple of things.|Which one do you want to hear first?
- I don't mind.|- Well, the small thing...
is that I've got|an interview for a job...
a PR job...|a proper one.
An international company|opening up in London.
Chairwoman herself called...|said she had heard a lot about me,
and she's invited me to her apartment|tomorrow evening for a serious chat.
Jesus Christ!
- What?|- Jesus Christ,
I mean, that's...|that's not a small thing.
That's... that's huge.|That's... I mean, it's brilliant.
- I mean, that's the best.|- Is the blind buggered again?
No, uh... No. Well, I...
- Are you all right?|- Yeah... no, I'm fine, darling.
My sweetheart, that's great.|It's tremendous.
I'm thrilled. I'm so thrill...
- Hello?|- I really need to talk to you.
Hi, Russ.|How are you?
Come by my apartment tomorrow night|at 8:00. It's important.
Ah, really, mate? No. What a drag.|Oh, no. Yeah, sure, sure.
Yeah, I'll help you.|Yep. Cheers, mate. Bye.
Russell's family|is descending unannounced.
Yeah, he wants me|to go round tomorrow evening
and, help him clear out his spare room.
Uh, right. OK. So...
Right, then.
Sorry. What was the other|thing you wanted to tell me?
It doesn't matter.|It's not important.
Hamilton Enterprises.
Rachel, I'm going out to the shops.|Can I get you anything?
No, thanks.
- You OK?|- Yes.
Yes. Yes, I'm fine.
I just... You know,|I'm... go to the shops. I'll be, um...
- Sorry.|- Sorry.
- Hello.|- Hi. Hi.
- How are you?|- How are you?
- I'm great.|- I'm fine.
How are you?|Um, sorry. You're great.
- Business lunch?|- Yeah, just a chat, you know.
- My office is just around the corner.|- I know. Um...
I thought you were|away on business.
Yeah, I was. I just... I got back|last night, as a matter of, uh...
Helen, look, please|don't think that I...
Oh. It's OK.|I... I haven't thought...
I mean,|I didn't think that... or not.
No, I mean,|don't think that I have not called you.
I haven't not called you.|I mean, I don't...
I don't mean I haven't not called you,|because that's a double negative,
- so as to say that I have called you.|- When did you call?
Well, I didn't.
But I... I didn't not call you
in the way that you might think|I didn't call you. Oh, dear.
I wanted to call you.
I even dialled all but|the last number thing and then not.
- It's ridiculous behaviour.|- Totally.
You see, I thought you still had|to deal with... with your other, uh...
Oh. Gerry?
Well, I don't know.|Is that... yeah, if...
And I thought it was best|if I allowed you to...
- Gerry is why you haven't called me?|- Well, after Clive's party,
I didn't want|to just presume that we'd...
You think I just go to bed with all the|successful oarsmen I come across?
Sorry. Nervous humour.
Well, I hoped not.
Sorry. Excuse me.
Oh, I see. I'll, uh...
I'll come straight away.|OK, thanks.
My mum had to go|into hospital.
She's had some tests done.|The results are through. I should go.
Do you want me|to come with you?
Yeah.|That's really nice of you.
Uh... Well, maybe, um...
I don't... She's quite frail,|and I don't know how she's going...
- It's OK.|- But, um, thanks.
I'm... Some friends are having|dinner at Clive's tonight,
if you're not doing anything.|You want to come along?
- Well, some other time.|- I'd love to, if that's OK.
Yeah, yeah.
Of course. Crikey, it's...|it's very, very OK, yeah.
Well, at the risk of sounding|old-fashioned, I'll pick you up at 8:00.
Is that a will pick me up|or a haven't, not, didn't, might?
Listen, don't worry about your mum.|She'll be OK.
Remember Monty Python.
Well, I'll see you later.
- Hi.|- Hi.
- How are you?|- Just... you know.
Is Gerry excited|about being a daddy?
I haven't told him yet.
Never seems to be|the right moment somehow.
Come on. Let's celebrate|with a proper drink.
Bloody marvellous idea.
I really shouldn't in my condition,|but I'm really going to.
- What have you got?|- Brandy.
Ooh, no. Yuck.|Makes me vomit.
## Coming up for air #
# Rising to a very new #
# Somewhere #
# Coming up for air #
# I'm the last breath around #
# I'm the last breath around ##
Half day?
So it was last night?
You can't tell from one.|They can be inaccurate.
I bought three packets.
Two in a packet... that's six.
You can tell from six.
What are you going to do?
- Is James Hammerton in?|- I'm afraid not.
Um, do you know|when he's due back?
I'm not sure. He's gone to visit|his mother in hospital with his wife.
Would you like|to leave a message?
Can I take a name and number?|Get him to call you?
Um... No, thank you.
There's something|I want you to know.
Anna doesn't drink brandy, Gerry.|It makes her vomit.
And those glasses|were not used at the party.
They only come out for special dinners.|You know that.
Am I meant to immediately|get the reference here?
Are you having an affair?
Just tell me...|yes or no.
I'm not.
Helen... look into my eyes.
I am not having an affair.
I'm not.
Well, I shouldn't have brought this up now.|I've got to go to my interview.
We'll talk later.
Are you going to be here|when I get back?
Yes. Of course.
Helen... listen.
Good luck, OK?
- Hello?|- Hi, Anna. Is Helen there?
You've got a damned nerve|phoning here.
Anna, please, just open the door.|I don't know what's going on.
You don't know what's going on?|I'll tell you, then.
She saw you, James,|at the hospital with your wife.
You know, the one with the wedding|ring. What is it with you bloody men?
- Anna, let me see her.|- She's not here.
- Where is she?|- What's it to you? I don't know.
Oh, shit, shit. Bollocks!
Oh, God, you idiot!
- Clive, you seen Helen?|- No. Why?
Thank you!
Helen! Helen,|you've made a mistake!
Oh, I'm such an idiot!|Look at me, Helen.
- Listen to me, please.|- No, you listen!
I never want to see you again!
I have been through|enough for one year!
I stupidly believed|that here was a man
who was different from men,|but it is clear that I made a mistake.
Now please do me a favour|and go away!
I am married, Helen,|but I am separated.
Walk away if you want,|but take this with you...
the woman you saw today|was the woman I married three years ago.
We separated six months ago,|and soon we'll be divorced.
Nothing aggressive.
I didn't tell you|before, because...
I don't know why. I...
I have wanted to tell|you so many times, and...
and now you've found out another way,|I wish I had told you.
My mother is ill|in hospital, as you know,
and Claudia agreed|to keep up the pretence for my mum.
As a favour.|She's a very decent woman.
Do you have a mum,|Helen?
Ten minutes, Lydia, and don't ever turn up|at my kitchen window again like that.
It's over, you know?|You said it yourself.
I know. Sorry. I wasn't thinking.|I just want to show you something.
Oh, Helen... if we are not going|to be together,
let's make sure it's for the right reason,|and right now, there is no reason... none.
There is just confusion,|and it can be erased in a split second.
Get that, would you?
Of course,|if you don't want to keep it... Who is it?
Oh, hello again.|You're right on time.
Is this the truth, James?
Permission to engage the enemy, sir?
I can't take the interview just now.
I'm discussing whether or not I'm going|to keep your boyfriend's baby.
James... there's something|I have to tell you.
I'm so sorry you had|to hear it this way, Helen.
I'll tell Anna|I'm OK.
I love you.
Helen, wait.|Please, wait.
- Let me go!|- Helen!
James... are you her husband?
Uh... I will be.|We're... we're getting married.
If I could have a quick word?
Helen has suffered major|internal injuries, James.
Helen has lost her baby,|I'm afraid, Gerry.
I'm afraid she's lost her baby.
You did know|she was pregnant?
Did you know|she was pregnant?
She'll be OK, though,|won't she?
She is going to wake up,|isn't she, doctor?
Helen, for some reason,|I know you can hear me.
I'm glad we got things|sorted out tonight.
I'm glad you caught|the train that day.
I am going to make you|so happy.
I promise.
Can you hear me?
Could you hear me, Helen?
- I'm sorry I'm late.|- Oh, no problem.
Your mother's showing some signs|of improvement this morning.
She's sitting up,|and she's had a full breakfast.
That's great.
Helen, I swear I...
- I'll do anything you want, darling.|- Will you?
In that case,|I want you to stand up...
walk over to the door...
open it, walk through it,
and close it behind you.
Ta-ta, mum.
## Mama, where's your pretty #|# little girl tonight... #
- Call us if you have any problems.|- Thank you.
You're very fortunate, Helen.|You had a lucky escape.
You can say that again.
# She's got a young man waitin' #
# Yes, she's grown up #
# She's got a young man waitin' #
# She's wide-eyed #
# She'll be streetwise #
# To the lies #
# And the jive talk #
# But she'll find true love #
# And tenderness on the block #
# But she'll find true love #
# And tenderness on the block #
# She was wide-eyed #
# Now she's streetwise #|# To the lies... #
Thank you.
Cheer up. You know|what the Monty Python boys say.
Nobody expects|a Spanish Inquisition.
# And tenderness on the block #
# Yeah, she's gonna find true love #
# She's gonna find true love #
# She's gonna find true love #
# My tea has gone cold, #|# I'm wonderin' why I #
# Got out of bed at all #
# The mornin' rain clouds at my window #
# And I can't see at all #
# And even if I could it'd all be grey #
# Put your picture on my wall #
# It reminds me that it's not so bad #
# It's not so bad #|# Bad, bad, bad, bad #
# I drank too much last night #
# Got bills to pay #
# My head just feels in pain #
# I miss the bus and there'll be hell today #
# I'm late for work again #
# And even if I'm there, #|# they'll all imply #
# That I might not last the day #
# And then you call me #
# And it's not so bad #|# It's not so bad #
# And I #
# Want to thank you #
# For givin' me the best day #
# Of my life #
# Ohh #
# Just to be with you #
# Is having the best day #
# Of my life #
# Push the door, I'm home at last #
# And I'm soaking through and through #
# Then you handed me a towel #
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SLC Punk
SNL Best Of Eddie Murphy 1998
S Diary 2004
Saathiya CD1
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Saaya CD1
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Sahara (1943)
Sahara (with Michael Palin) ep1
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Saint Clara
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Salaam Cinema 1995
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Salesman - Albert and David Maysles (1969)
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Samourai Le
Samsara 1991 CD1
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Samurai - Miyamoto Musashi - 03 - Duel at Ganryu Island
Samurai 2 (1955)
Samurai 3 - Duel At Ganryu Island 1956
Samurai Assassin 1965
Samurai Fiction
Sanbiki No Samurai 1964
Sand Pebbles The CD1
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Sands of Iwo Jima
Sanjuro (1962)
Santa Claus 2
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Satans Brew 1976
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Satyajit Ray - Apu Trilogy 2 Aparajito (1957)
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Saving Silverman (R Rated Version)
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Scarecrow - (Kakashi) 25fps 2001
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Sherlock Holmes Returns
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Shijushichinin No Shikaku (1994 aka 47 Ronin)
Shiki-Jitsu (Hideaki Anno 2000)
Shin Zatoichi monogatari (1963)
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Sin 2003
Sin noticias de Dios
Sinbad - Legend Of The Seven Seas
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Sinful Nuns of Saint Valentine
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Six Days Seven Nights
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Six Feet Under
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Slaughterhouse Five
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Sleepless in Seattle
Sleepwalkers 1992
Sleepy Hollow 1999
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Sliding Doors 1992
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Small Change (FranÇois Truffaut 1976)
Small Time Crooks 2000
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Snowfever (2004)
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Sombre 25fps 1998
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Someone Special
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Son In Law
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Song of the South
Sophies Choice
Sorority boys
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Soul Keeper The (2003)
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Stargate SG1 1x01 Children of the Gods
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Stargate SG1 1x08 Brief Candle
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Stargate SG1 1x11 Bloodlines
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Stargate SG1 2x01 The serpents lair
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Stargate SG1 2x03 Prisoners
Stargate SG1 2x04 The gamekeeper
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Stargate SG1 2x08 Family
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Stargate SG1 2x11 The tokra part 1
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Stargate SG1 2x13 Spirits
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Stargate SG1 2x21 1969
Stargate SG1 3x01 Into The Fire II
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Stargate SG1 3x17 A Hundred Days
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Stargate SG1 4x08 The First Ones
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Stargate SG1 4x11 Point Of No Return
Stargate SG1 4x12 Tangent
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Stargate SG1 4x15 Chain Reaction
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Stargate SG1 5x01 Enemies
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Stargate SG1 6x01 Redemption Part 1
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Stargate SG1 6x03 Descent
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Stargate SG1 6x22 Full Circle
Stargate SG1 7x01 Fallen
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Stargate SG1 7x03 Fragile Balance
Stargate SG1 7x04 Orpheus
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Stargate SG1 7x06 Lifeboat
Stargate SG1 7x07 Enemy Mine
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Stargate SG1 7x09 Avenger 2 0
Stargate SG1 7x10 Birthright
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Stargate SG1 7x11 Evolution I
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Stargate SG1 7x13 Grace
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Stargate SG1 7x17 Heroes I
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Starship Troopers (Special Edition)
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Story Of A Kiss
Strada La
Strange aventure de Docteur Molyneux
Street Of Love And Hope (Nagisa Oshima 1959)
Street of shame (Akasen chitai)
Streetcar Named Desire A
Style Wars
Suicide Regimen
Sukces 2003
Summer Tale A 2000
Sunday Lunch (2003)
Super 8 Stories
Superman IV - The Quest for Peace
Surviving the Game
Swedish Love Story A (1970) CD1
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Sweetest Thing The (Unrated Version)
Swept Away
Swordsman III - The East is Red
Sylvester - Canned Feud (1951)
Sylvester - Speedy Gonzales (1955)
Sylvester and Elmer - Kit for Cat (1948)
Sylvester and Porky - Scaredy Cat (1948)
Sylvester and Tweety - Canary Row (1950)
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