Mira turns to look out of window.
Americans, I think.
University in the Old Town.
You are quite sure it's secure?
within a week, I'll call you then.
casually walk past the club.
INT - NIGHTCLUB - DOUG/KATKA/CHRIS/JOSH/HOLLY - NIGHT
Hip-looking American in early-twenties)
....... and yes she wore your bathing
and yes I thought of you, when you
hope and love,
lying/sitting on the floor. To one side is a PHOTOGRAPHER and
ASSISTANT with equipment set up.
to your face or heaving breasts
as I run from you and think of Joleen.
Okay....The next one I'd like to share
with you is called, "Revisited."
working with equipment.
Old Town Square a maze of cafes
Moving-walks span Charles Bridge
Charging a dollar a ride
Fairy tale castle on the hill
Licensed to Disneyland
And occupied by a dreamer
Directing from an ivory tower
Built from sweat, tears and fear
As part of his inheritance
Pen, paper and wife
To carry on and tell the tale
Synopsis: Asylum (also known as House of Crazies in subsequent US releases) is a 1972 British horror film made by Amicus Productions. The film was directed by Roy Ward Baker, produced by Milton Subotsky, and scripted by Robert Bloch (who adapted four of his own short stories for the screenplay). Baker had considerable experience as a director of horror films as he had tackled Quatermass and The Pit, and Scars of Dracula. Robert Bloch, who wrote the script for Asylum based on a series of his own short stories, was also the author of the novel Psycho, which Alfred Hitchcock directed as a film.