monthly payments from us for the
(searches the papers)
eight years...you’ve reached the
cash out limit. That’s that loan
to-value thing I just mentioned.
The house is worth-
It was worth. Whatever it was
worth. And I’m sure you know
housing prices have fallen
dramatically since the financial
crisis. Right. Unless you’ve been
living under a rock.
His attempt at humor...not appreciated.
You do stand-up?
This is my life here, pal. I need
I’m sorry, Mr. Canatella. There’s
really nothing I can do. It is
what it is.
Everybody’s says that now. You
know what it means, “You’re fucked,
so stay fucked.”
He walks off.
You don’t get my business another
TELLER WINDOW #23 - CONTINUOUS
I want to close this account.
I’m sorry to hear that, sir. May I
Lady. I don’t want to tell you to
go fuck yourself. You’re just a
spoke on a wheel, trying to make a
living like the rest of us
schmucks. Let’s just leave it at
Tap, tap, tap on the keyboard.
TELLER #23 (CONT’D)
and fourteen cents.
No, sir...you’re overdrawn that
What’s that mean?
It means you don’t-
I know what overdrawn means.
We’ve sent several notices.
So. I can’t close my account.
St. Vincent (2014)
Synopsis: Maggie (Melissa McCarthy), a struggling single woman, moves to Brooklyn with her 12-year-old son, Oliver (Jaeden Lieberher). Having to work very long hours, she has no choice but to leave Oliver in the care of Vincent (Bill Murray), a bawdy misanthrope next door. Vincent takes Oliver along on his trips to the race track, strip club and dive bar, and an unlikely friendship is born. The man is a mentor to the boy in his hedonistic way, and Oliver sees the good in Vincent that no one else can.