(a turn to her)
Yes, I'm very hungry.
(rises, looks upstairs)
Well, no more stewin' those prunes
every mornin', that's somethin',
(she starts out,
stops by the door)
...What are you goin' to do now,
(gazing at TV)
I'm going to work in the garden.
Louise gives Chance another look, then turns to leave.
(as she goes)
...I'll get you some eggs.
Chance nods in approval, then changes the channel on
8INT. TOWN HOUSE - SERVANT'S STAIRWAY - MORNING
An enclosed stairway. Chance enters, proceeds up the
9INT. TOWN HOUSE - UPSTAIRS HALLWAY - MORNING
Chance comes out of the doorway adjoining the main stair-
case. He moves off down the hall.
10INT. TOWN HOUSE - OLD MAN'S ROOM - MORNING
The furniture in this room is not covered with sheets -
but the Old Man is. There is a knock a the door, then
Chance enters the room. He stands by the bed for a moment,
Then reaches down and pulls the sheet back from the Old
Man's face. He touches the man's forehead, briefly, then
replaces the sheet. Chance moves to the the TV and turns it
on. He sits in an easy chair next to the Old Man's bed
and watches a movie from the early forties. Chance puts
an arm out, rests it on the Old Man's covered body. He
becomes absorbed in a scene in which a gentleman tips his
hat to a lady. The scene seems to have 'sunk into' his
11EXT. GARDEN - MORNING
It has stoppped snowing. Chance, wearing a hat, and a
gardening apron over his suit, putters in the garden.
Louise, dressed warmly, comes out of the main house. Chance
sees her, tips his hat exactly like the man he saw on