How to Make Love Like an Englishman


off from the world.

Footloose and fancy-free.

Won't that be lonely?

An island all to yourself?


Can I have a glass

of red wine, please?

(Bartender) Yes, madam.

No, I would populate the

island with all new people.

People that I actually like.

Yes, but then things change.

The people you thought you

like turn out to be as bad as

the people you left behind.

Soon you're moving to another

island and so it goes on,

ad infinitum.

You know my solution?

Get along with everyone.


Then why are you here alone in a

hotel bar on a Saturday night?

Well, I certainly

wouldn't keep you waiting.

Exactly. Because you

never know what kind of-

handsome stranger

I might start talking to?

I do desire we become

better strangers.

Pulling out

the Shakespeare.

Is that line successful

for you normally?

I have my moments with it.

You know?

Comme si, comme sa.

(Doorman) Excuse me, sir.



Thank you.

You're so kind.

There you go.

Back on the grid.

Why is it the most helpful

people are always around

when you do not want any help?

Yeah, well, give him a minute,

he'll be back with a shoemaker.

On the other hand, it is

nice to be looked after

every now and then.

- Mm-hm.

- The other day, I found myself

opening a door for a man.

What happened to chivalry?

You know why guys

open doors for women?


So we can check out

your arses as you walk by.

You're just full of all these

amazing insights, aren't you?

I can tell within one

minute of meeting someone...

if I want to be with them.

How what about me?

Do you want to be with me?


For one more minute.


You've got a minute.

What are you gonna do with it?

(Kate) Olivia?

Oh, my god! Hi!

What are you doing here?

I- I was in Dublin in-

in the book festival,

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