Blowup: San Francisco

Genre: Short
Director(s): Stephen Williams

- It's too long. Nice to see you again.

- Cheerio.

Give me your money. Do it!

Thank you.

Blue 439.

Blue 439. Over.

Blue 439. Go ahead, please. Over.

Phone Weston 0219.

Tell 'em I'm on my way, will you?

Roger. Wilco. Stand by.

- Hello, love.

- Hello.


- Get that stuff developed, will you?

- Yeah.

Right away.

Here I am.


I've been ready for nearly an hour.


I'm catching a plane for Paris

at 11:
00, so I can't -

Can't what?

It doesn't matter.

Who the hell were you with last night?


Reg, let's have some noise, can you?


That's good. That's good. Hold that.


Give it to me now. Come on. That's good.

Hunch. Hunch more.

That's good.

That's good.

And the hair back. And the hair back.

Come on. That's great.

That's great! That's good. Good.

Come on. More of that.

Now really give it to me.

That's good. As fast as you can.

Give it to me. Come on. Right forward.

Good. That's good.

Now this side. Lean right forward.

Hand up. Hand up. That's great.

Just touch the face. Just touch the face.

That's very good. And again.

Around this way. Touch the face again.

Good. Now the hair. Marvelous. That's great.

Good. Yes, the hair. Much more. Much more.

Good. That's great. Yes, that's great.

That's good. Yes. Go on. And again.

Oh, hold that, with the hair. Again.


Okay, Reg, flip me.

On your back.

On your back. Go on.

Yes. Now, really give it. Come on.

Come on. Work, work, work!

Great. Great. And again. Go on.

Back. Back. Arms up. Arms up.

Stretch yourself. Amazing. Great.

And again. Go on. Go, go.


That's it! Keep it up! Lovely!

Yeah, make it come. Great!

No. No. Head up, head up.

For me, love. For me.

Now! Now! Yes!

Yes! Yes!


Yeah, hold on.

It's Peter.


Huh? Yes.


Yeah, I've got it somewhere.

I know I have.

Huh? Yeah, hold on.

Reg, take down the address of

that bloody junk shop, would you?

Why, they're fabulous. Go on.


Yes. Great.

Here, you can burn that lot.


- Get the birds down, will you?

- Okay.

Oi! No chewing gum. Get rid of it.

And not on my floor.

You. Arm down.


Six, yeah.


How about the leg

a little further forward?

Put the head up.

Just go. Mouth open. Yes, good.


No, you're - Start again.

Start again. Rethink it.

Rethink it.

Stripes, let the dress just fall down.

Absolutely fall. Keep the stripes steady.

It's very important to keep -

Just let your arms go up and down.

Yes! Very tasty.

Yes, I like it, I like it. Go on.


All right, change position.


Wake up!

Now, you can thank your lucky stars

you're working with me, can't you?

All right, one more.

And a smile now. Come on.




I asked you to smile.

What's the matter?

Have you forgotten what a smile is?


All right, you're all tired now.

Go on, relax.

I can't see your eyeballs anymore.

They're just slits.

Go on.

Close your eyes.

Close your eyes.

And stay like that.

It's good for you.

Sometimes you really dig a girl

The moment you kiss her

And you get distracted

by her older sister

Then in walks her father

and takes you a line

Close your eyes.

That must be five or six years old.

They don't mean anything

when I do them. Just a mess.

Afterwards I find something to hang on to.

Like that... Like that leg.

Then it sorts itself out...

and adds up.

It's like finding a clue in a detective story.

Don't ask me about this one.

I don't know yet.

- Can I buy it?

- No.

Will you give it to me?


Mmm. Thanks.

Tight-faced bastard.

He won't sell me

one of his crappy paintings!

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