Drag you out
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NO, NO DON’T!
I want to be with you. I thought
you’d be pleased...
Of course I’m pleased... Nadia, go
to the pub and stay there. I’ll come
when I can.
Are you going to tell her?
Just give me a couple of hours
He ends the call just as Beth is nearing the door - panicking
the phone back on to its holder.
How’s the worker?
Good actually. Just about to embark
Well give me your pages and I’ll get
Reckon I might pack it in a bit
blood smears. Might take a drive;
have a pint. Stir the old grey
Who were you talking to just then?
Judy. She says the Impala contracts
should be through in a day or two.
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goes to the door.
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Beth decides to try and call his bluff.
I could come with you.
For a drive. I don’t know when we
last went out.
Buying time by biting his scone:
This is absolutely yummy.
We could go into Hadditon, get a
Yes but. What about the guests?
Mary’s got Casey to help.
But I’m supposed to be thinking,
you know about the
Tamara Drewe (2010)
Synopsis: Tamara Drewe is a 2010 comedy feature film directed by Stephen Frears. The screenplay was written by Moira Buffini, based on the newspaper comic strip of the same name (which was then re-published as a graphic novel) written by Posy Simmonds. The comic strip which serves as source material was a modern reworking of Thomas Hardy's nineteenth century novel Far from the Madding Crowd. The film premiered at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival in May and was released nationwide in France on 14 July 2010. Momentum Pictures released the film in the United Kingdom on 10 September 2010.