EXT. VALLEY - DUSK
there, listening, we see the last rays of sunlight slip from the
BLACK - and our TITLES come up.
Then out of the darkness come a pair of HEADLIGHTS. - and we're:
INT. BMW - DUSK
30's, driving, on the phone.
I'm lost Betsy, and you know me -
I don't wear lost well - wait, wait I'm losing you...
(the cell phone glitches)
Sign? I was looking for a sign? There's no...
rink with an imaginary puck.
Yes... I took the first ..... no, no, I'm listening...
his hands up in the air like he just scored.
RESORT 1.4 miles.
Wait, I got it - yeah. No don't call me.. right,
unless you hear from Atlanta. And fax me the
designs - I want to tinker with them a bit more
... I'm going to rest - bye - I'll see you in a week.
about to pull out - that love song still blaring.
Oh p-lease, Whitney.
… we have a full weight room, lifecycles,
stairmasters, a spa, yoga, aerobics, spin classes...
Great. I'll have one a day. Not too early.
Virgil, Oh God..., right there. Yes.
Yes there - a bit more...
(a small bell DINGS)
--wait - wait, you can't stop - one more minute - noo!
Sorry, Susan - time's up.
I've got someone waiting.
And the door opens - and we see a woman, 60's,
Virgil, you have to come live with me.
Amy, you out there? - c'mon in.
At First Sight (1999)
Synopsis: In the midst of a desperately needed vacation, cynical Manhattanite Amy Benic (Mira Sorvino) meets blind massage therapist Virgil Adamson (Val Kilmer). Fascinated by his independence and seduced by his positivity, Benic falls for him hard. As their relationship deepens, the two plan to leave the tiny resort town Adamson knows by touch for the hustle and bustle of New York City, where Benic suggests he undergo a cutting-edge medical procedure that could repair his sense of sight.