You can, when you get it back to
Vin takes his card. What’s to say.
INT. VIN’S CAR - CONTINUOUS
This shit ain’t lay-a-way. I ain’t
no JC Pennies.
know I’m good for it.
Charisse looks him over.
I’m not making like I used to Vin.
Only a few freaks like the belly,
She gets out of the car.
Gotta save for maternity leave,
She heads off down the sidewalk.
See you next week.
Extra twenty when you do.
She heads over to them.
Old neon. Older PATRONS. Vin sits at the bar next to
himself. Very thick tongued.
You have a good Christmas, Vin?
Best Christmas I ever had. No
people. No presents. No bullshit.
Tips his tumbler to heaven.
Ah, you don’t mean that, Mister.
What do you know what I mean,
Linda? You a psychic now?
Ay, ease up there, Vinny. We’re
You should get a talk show. You’re
so damn good at it. The “Linda and
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.