La sorella di Ursula (Curse of Ursula)


No, what do you want to do?

Ursula, darling.

Daggie, it was horrible.

- Horrible.

- It was just another nightmare.

- No.

- Calm down, now.

No, it wasn't a nightmare.

It was worse than that.

It's a beautiful day.

I told you not to greet that man.

- But you never listen to me.

- Enough with all that.

He was nice.

He said hello and I replied.

We were brought up to be polite.

Instead, more often than not,

you're unbearable.

I saw the way he looked at us.

That man frightens me,

and you shouldn't have greeted him.

Put the call through to my office.

What happened?

Something terrible

happened last night.

- Excuse me.

- Come along, Ursula.

- What happened?

- Haven't you heard?

It's already in the papers.

Look at this.

How could anyone go with a man

who might do this to you?

- Where is my sister?

- She'll be right over.

She ran up to the room

to fetch you some medicine.

Don't touch me, please!

- Who are you?

- My name is Vanessa.

It was just a gesture of affection.

- I need a glass.

- No, thank you.

I'm feeling much better.

I just want to leave.

- Would you be so kind as to...

- Ursula, please.

- Well, as she's better now...

- Thank you, Doctor.

I don't know what your plans are,

but I want to leave as soon as possible.

- Maybe this crime...

- It was just another crime of passion.

Such things happen all over the world.

Dear Miss Beyne,

jealously is an ugly beast.

A green-eyed monster,

as Shakespeare put it.

- Jealousy?

- Yes, they've arrested her lover.

The victim was found dead

in her flat.

He was unable to provide an alibi.

That's unlikely. Both you and the press

are just speculating.

Why must you always

treat people that way?

You're rude, unpleasant and hateful.

And you're incredibly selfish.

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