Tom and Viv

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1994
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The scenes, the closed doors...

A family of mutes...

But Mum's always said

it's not Vivvie's fault.

Not her fault at all and that's right,

she's right, you know.

Maurice, I don't think I follow.

Ah.

Well listen, Tom... man to man...

There isn't anything beastly

between you and Viv, is there?

Nothing in the... in the medical way.

Oh.

I think I can reassure you

on that point, Maurice.

I'm perfectly healthy.

HORN HONKS:

- Uh well, perhaps it's all right then.

- I'm sure it is.

HORN HONKS:

ENGINE REVS:

HORN HONKS:

Oh, I forgot.

Won't be long.

If you wouldn't mind hurrying,

my husband's waiting.

Um, yes.

The one's anodyne, the other bromide,

Miss Haigh-Wood?

Mrs Thomas Eliot.

You know Mrs Eliot,

you must never mix them?

- Yes I quite understand.

- Ma'am...

Excuse me for asking, but this is

what you were recommended, is it?

The anodyne is 60% spirit of ether

and the bromide 90% alcohol.

You think there's been some mistake?

Sir Frederick Lamb

is the King's personal physician.

Oh no Ma'am, no, I know.

It's just...

You will be careful, won't you?

I will. Thank you.

- Louise, Ma'am.

- Louise?

What's happened Maurice,

where are they?

Is it too late?

Why didn't you stop them?

Who is he?

BIRDS SQUAWKING:

I'm going out.

Will you come?

Forgive me, Tom.

There is nothing to forgive.

Where are you going?

I don't know.

Out.

Oh please Tom, don't leave me.

- Oh God, Tom, please.

- Vivvie, don't.

I can make you happy, my darling.

- I can. I can.

- Don't.

Oh.

Let me try and make you happy.

No, there is...

There is no need to say anything.

I disgust you.

Tom...

Do I?

Mr Eliot, I'm terribly sorry,

but I wonder if you could help us.

Mrs Eliot?

Vivvie? It's me.

Thank you.

Vivvie, why?

Why did you leave me?

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