5.EXT. JOY'S PLACE - NIGHT.5.
The car pulls over.
Well, good night.
FADE TO BLACK.
6.INT. BILL'S OFFICE - DAY.6.
�I dunno, but whenever I see her
I just want to�you know�I want to
undress her, I want to tie her up
and pump her pump pump pump till
I want to flip her ass over and
pump her even more and so hard my
so that my come squirts out of
her mouth� Not that I could ever
actually�do that� Oh, if only she
knew how I felt, how deep down I
she would love me back. Maybe.
neighbors, we smile politely
at each other� But I don't know
talk to her, what can I talk about?
I have nothing to talk about.
I'm boring. I know. I've been told
before, so don't tell me it's not
true. 'Cause it's a fact. I bore
people. People look at me and they
get bored. They listen to me and
they zone out, bored� And for her
to see how boring I am�no, no, no�
It's better I say nothing� and hope�
though right now, I have to say,
if I were to suddenly jump out of
my window, she wouldn't care. I mean,
she'd care, of course, she'd care,
I mean, she is human, but I mean
she'd care the way you care about a
stranger you read about in the paper
you're never sure how to pronounce,
if it's even printed. I'd be an
anectode�maybe. But you know what
I'm going to do? When I see her
next time, as soon as I see her,
I'm just going to tell her�tell her
I find her�attractive. And that'll
be that. Then�then we'll see�
Synopsis: Happiness is a 1998 American comedy-drama film written and directed by Todd Solondz, that portrays the lives of three sisters, their families and those around them. The film was awarded the FIPRESCI Prize at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival for "its bold tracking of controversial contemporary themes, richly-layered subtext, and remarkable fluidity of visual style," and the cast received the National Board of Review award for best ensemble performance. The film spawned the pseudo-sequel Life During Wartime which premiered at the 2009 Venice Film Festival.