as they get their mammograms.
and make appointments.
Let’s do the left first.
Rebecca does her best to get the woman’s left breast onto the
plate of glass. The woman winces.
MARISSA AND CATHY, receptionists, do some filing.
I can’t go til the end of the
That’s too bad. They might be over
I know. And New York magazine gave
a list where they’re the best this
Rebecca, you gonna see the leaves?
Rebecca stares at her blankly.
The leaves. Upstate? They change
life time of mementos and tchotchkes.
I apologize for the smell. We
cracked the windows but it didn’t
Oh, it’s fine.
(pointing to the living
This stuff all matches. It’s the
original upholstery, I’m sure.
You don’t buy the little stuff,
right? Like jewelry and clothes?
We just buy furniture. Sometimes
It’s better to just get rid of it
all at once like this, right? I
mean, it’s a bunch of junk and I’m
a busy person.
Oh, definitely. You don’t want to
I’ll probably get rid of some
priceless thing and not know it,
right? Like this.
Oh, I don’t think you have to
concern yourself with that.
This is a beautiful place, though.
You going to keep it?
Na. I like the suburbs.
Yeah, if you like Manhattan.
Rebecca, (the mammographer) gets into the elevator with
groceries. After a moment, Kate gets in as well, and they
(after a while)
Weirdly hot today, huh?
I work inside.
You had to go outside to get to
work. And to leave work, right?
How’s your grandmother?
They both get out on the same floor.
right, to Apartment 6B.
I don’t know why you don’t go to
You do know.
If it was your money you’d walk the
extra six blocks.
It’s ten blocks. And no I wouldn’t.
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