unseen love of her long life.
I'm just going to get some
flowers, dear. I'll be back in
twenty minutes. It's tulip season
today. I'm so happy.
POV - MELVIN UDALL
in the hallway... Well past 50... unliked, unloved,
unsettling. A huge pain in the ass to everyone he's ever
elevator door he holds open.
Come here, sweetheart... come on.
Sniffing at a particular spot on the hall carpeting.
mutt who has ignores him.
Wanna go for a ride? Okay,
(a malevolent tone)
You've pissed your last floor, you
The dog takes a snap at Melvin, but the man is much
shut with his hand and reaches for the door of the
I'll bet you wish you were some
sort of real dog now, huh? Don't
worry... this is New York. If you
can make it here, you can make it
anywhere, you know? You ugly,
to enter his apartment.
Verdell!?!! Here, good doggie...
Mr. Udall... excuse me. Hey
(as Melvin turns)
Have you seen Verdell?
What's he look like?
directly opposite Simon's.
My dog... you know... I mean my
little dog with the adorable
face... Don't you know what my dog
I got it. You're talking about
your dog. I thought that was the
name of the colored man I've been
seeing in the hall.
Which color was that?
Like thick molasses, with one of
smelling trouble and prison
Simon has had it.
(not missing a beat)
How're you doing?
Franks shows my work, Mr. Udall. I
think you know that.
Simon, you've got to get dressed.
What I know is that as long as you
keep your work zipped up around
me, I don't give a fuck what or
where you shove your show. Are we
being neighbors for now?
FRANK can only smile.
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