seems haunted, hollow-eyed, sickly. The young receptionist,
Hi, I was in the neighborhood and thought
I'd see --
I think he's in a conference.
Unfortunately. I'm really sorry.
Would you just try him? You never know.
As long as I'm here. You never know.
Of course. Please have a seat.
(quietly into headset)
It's her -- I know, but couldn't you just
-- Yes, I know, but -- I know, but she's
old and it would be a nice -- Yes, sorry.
(to old woman)
I'm sorry, ma'am, he's not in right now.
It's a crazy time of year for us.
corner. Its ornaments are holograms.
This book -- It's essential that people
read it because --
(gravely, patting the
-- It's the truth. And only I know it.
sits in the chair; it rises.
INT. TUBE -DAY
magazines on end tables, a sad-looking potted plant, generic
seascape paintings on the walls. The receptionist, Mary, 25,
May I help you?
(approaching reception area)
Yeah, hi, I have a one o'clock with Dr.
Mierzwiak. Clementine Kruczynski.
Yes, please have a seat. He'll be right
Howard, your one o'clock.
(not looking up)
Thanks, Mary. You can bring her in.
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