Amityville 7 : The New Generation

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Rise and shine.

So you're up early.

This guy outside just broke the window

of that car to steal an umbrella.

That's cause it's gonna rain today.

It really does.

- You'll love it.

Hardly.

I'm gonna be late tonight.

A few of us are having drinks

with the new Creative Director.

You should come.

He's suppose to be terrific ...

and ...

who knows he might want

to look at some of your stuff.

What?

Shooting cans of Spam or Reboks artfully

against a back drop of the Grand Canyon?

Been there.

Done that. Thanks.

You son of a bitch!

Get out of here!

Come on.

Suki, you're making a big mistake, baby.

Please, open your door and let me back in, now.

You're the one who lives here.

Have fun.

Yeah.

Suki, let me back in.

You don't understand.

I'm a man, not responsible

for how the woman feel about me.

Stop that now.

- Look. You're making a big mistake.

Now let me in the door! Now!

Pal. Come on, pal. Get a clue.

Who the hell are you?

Today maybe I'll be ...

her big brother.

She think she's so goddamn special.

Well, let me tell you something girlfriend!

You won't be beautiful forever!

Kick a guy like me out ...

next one might not be as nice.

See you around, Suki.

Thanks Keyes.

Tripped up, asshole!

Met him at the starhouse last week.

Two days and he's already got

someone else on his side.

Suki ...

Maybe you're on the side.

Hey, Ground Zero?

Yeah.

Just let me ...

Yeah, right.

Oh, you gonna make ... make sure you gonna ...

- Excuse me. - Can we get thru, please?

Thank you.

- Thanks.

Oh, I don't know. It's a not worth ...

Hold the door.

Oh, god.

- I'm sure I'm pretty good about

getting out of bed this morning.

Morning.

- Hi. - Morning.

Oh, Dick. If you got some time this morning,

we need to talk. - Yeah, sure. What's it?

Toilet's break up again?

No, no, nothing like that.

- You know. Let me clean up. Hey hon, I'm no superman.

So that's what you said last night.

- Let'em fun.

Superman.

Keyes, I feel like ... dumb.

So?

What's so pimping about that?

Morning.

Fine rain. Washed the scum off the street.

Thank you, Trevis. A big one.

Are you talking to me?

So ...

You actually met him.

Briefly.

Well, I'm jelaous, Suki.

I mean you always keep your men so ...

so secret. And then suddenly poof and they're gone.

Ahhh the start of another beautiful day.

What is it, Keyes?

What's wrong with me?

Why do I end up with such loosers?

- Suki, uh ...

It's not your fault, you know. People change.

In six days they change?

Come on, Su don't do this. Not for this guy.

He's dangerously craft.

So ...

What's up?

He's all yours.

Well ...

We were thinking of maybe ...

having show ...

and opening, really.

Like the downtown lofts.

No.

No way.

It's in your lease.

This is not a gallery. It's a studio space.

- Just let me finish.

It would be like a big party.

Would include Pauli from downstairs ...

I don't have insurance, I don't have the permits.

Don't have security.

- Yeah. And you don't have any tenants.

At least not us anymore.

And Su when was last time you made any money.

- Come on now, I bought a penny from her. Last year.

- Yeah, exactly.

See, Dick ...

It's not just for us.

I mean ...

You've been trying to rent last studio

in your building for a couple of months now.

A show might be just thing to attract another tenant.

- Haha, clever. Very clever.

Not clever at all.

This is a blatant manipulation.

Look ...

Dick, we need the show.

We need to get our stuff out there.

Absolutely not.

- Oh, god.

Come on Dick, don't be one.

Where're you going?

I'm gonna go get ready for the show.

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