Charlotte for Ever

Synopsis: Once a successful Hollywood screenwriter, Stan is now a depressive alcoholic who spends most of his time mooching about his house whilst pouring out his troubles to his drinking partner. The only thing that keeps him going is his love for his teenage daughter Charlotte, but she despises him, believing him to be responsible for the accident in which her mother died. Stan's one hope is to patch things up with his daughter, but will she ever forgive him...?
Genre: Comedy, Drama
 
IMDB:
5.6
Year:
1986
94 min
18 Views

Come on, give me some dough. Im broke.

Im not just hungover. I have no money.

Listen, Stan, I already gave you

and instead of the script

I only got three lousy pages.

Im not your Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, sweety.

Think cause you crashed your car,

you can shove your shit onto me?

I dont have a penny to my name,

look what Im banging on.

Youre banging your whiskey

on the table, I see that alright.

Do you suck ice cubes?

- It's not about that.

- It's not about that.

Have you tried to check

how much alcohol is in your blood?

What are you talking about? Come on!

Shut up and listen. You'll be

stunned.

Abigail has fallen into a habit

of sitting down on my bed every day...

eating crackers or a biscuit...

at night I felt

the crumbs rolling on my skin...

falling out of her child's teeth,

they sharpened my criminal desire...

and inflamed my sleepless nights

with convulsive erections.

I showed her how I could draw

sewing needles with just one line...

and the smaller the eye was...

the harder she laughed

with her silent and nervous laughter...

and clapped her hands

leaning back on my bed.

Not bad.

- This is great, isn't it?

- What?

This is great!

An arthouse film.

Of course.

One night she cuddled up to me

with her body full of goose bumps...

like a chicken in the polar cold

of the large living room

on the folding bed in the empty pool

where battered stars were falling down,

the only loving words

that I've said in my life.

whispered in the ear of this mute deaf girl.

- In the ear of this mute deaf girl.

- Not bad.

- I'll continue.

- What?

- I'll continue reading.

- What?

I'll go on.

Unconsciously, I uttered

unbelievable scabrous words...

that came out like ventriloquisms

from my clenched teeth...

when under me,

writhing in euphoria...

and instinctive orgasmic attempts,

little Abigail screamed in silence!

I couldn't come.

Afraid of the explosion

that seemed inevitable...

that was tormenting my insides,

at the exact moment...

when I was ready to give up my soul,

crying, I suppressed the orgasm...

and tore myself away from my prey.

And these few grams

and milliliters of semen...

hit into my brain

and caused an inflammation...

the consequence was like

a dazzling flashback.

With many idle attempts, I tried

furiously masturbating to lance this abscess...

burning my skull,

but never that warm serum...

that came to light was the same

that came out that memorable night.

On the next day Abigail was sent

to the boarding school.

What am I supposed to do with it? Honestly.

If you think

I'll give you another ten grand...

for what you just read,

you are sadly mistaken.

Oh, you're here.

Charlotte, give Uncle Herman a kiss.

F*ck you, "uncle"!

There was a time when you were

jumping on my knees...

...you even wet my pants once.

What shoots at the heel

but gets in your nose.

Remember?

Yes, yes, shut up.

Charlotte.

See, Herman?

Charlotte, my dear Charlotte,

I feel so sorry for your mom.

You know, I loved her a lot.

I'll never forget

her bright eyes...

her beautiful hands.

Stan, think about your daughter.

She's a miracle.

You're killing yourself - you drink, you smoke,

you f*ck around.

While this girl lives for your sake.

First, her mother died, and if it's going

to be like this, you won't last six months either.

I'm not dead yet, you old fool.

I forbid you to nag at Charlotte.

Understood?

Forget it.

You're afraid to object

aren't you.

The past has only taught me

one thing:

the only way to stay alive

is to go with the flow...

and see what happens.

Relationships between people

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