Well, there we are, doctor.
Kaufman can't believe it, but is sent back a look that says,
We have no choice. The Director gets up out of his chair, and,
(not far from v
You do want the job, don't you?
Sayerisn'tsosure. Hethinksaboutitlongandhard. ..
8. INT. CORRIDOR -BAINBRIDGE -DAY 8.
some in wheelchairs, "living people" living with profound
Spent much time in chronic
escorting him (ANTHONY), offers
FEMALE PATIENT 1
Hello. Hello. Hello. Hello...
REV.12/15/89 (GREEN) pg.7
8.C0NT. ANTHONY 8.
I guess not.
As they pass an old patient in a wheelchair
Hey, how you doing?
(calling to someone
down the hall)
Staying on the old patient, he eventually manages, too late
sufferingly from-a.patient~with'.an .Ouij a-board who !.s mumbling, *
Dr. Sullivan, this is Dr. Sayer;
:' ' -'.
There's a kind a "deadness" in Sullivan's eyes and voice; he's
been here too long.
Not the neurologist, that'd be
asking too much. You're not the
I think I am.
Well, come on, Anthony, get him a
coat for Christ's sake.
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