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Ireland. So the ‘80s will be the
‘60s. And the ‘80s will make the
‘60s look like the ‘50s.”
These two are outsiders.
bifocals. His face is a mess.
They are both looking across the road. We don’t see at what.
I don’t know. She’s always there.
Yeah. Good luck. She doesn’t speak
to anyone. Stuck-up cow.
he tried to get her digits.
You mean her number?
Yeah. No luck. He said she has a
boyfriend who’s a drug dealer.
She’s not interested any of the
boys in the school.
Oh yeah? Why’s she standing there
front of her.
She has a great look: lots of black. Good makeup. Back-combed
anything but ordinary.
Need a light?
No. I’m trying to give up.
Cool. I don’t have any matches
Silence. He doesn’t go away.
Why aren’t you at school?
I don’t go to school.
I’m a model.
Cool. Like, for magazines, and
waiting for my portfolio shots.
There’s no real work for models in
Dublin, you know.
Yeah. I know.
Oh yeah, I meant to ask- do you
want to be in a video? For my band?
You’re in a band?
Yes. And we need a girl for it.
There’s like a story. It’s called a
“Story-Board” video. You could be
the girl. In the story. If you’re
free. Have you been in a video
Is that a problem?
I hope not. I’ll ask the producer.
Who’s the producer?
That kid behind me.
When are we shooting? I’m pretty
Saturday after next. I can call you
with the details. If I had your
full of thoughts and drawings.
So if you’re in a band, sing me a
I’m not singing here.
What, you’ll have to sing in front
of thousands of people. I’m just
Sing anything off the radio.
cover. He smiles, turning back. Score.
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