Eva, 45 and attractive, gets out of her old Prius, takes out
ready for work.
shoulders from behind him.
Oh, yeah, right there, my neck. Perfect.
Take a deep breath and hold it a minute.
BAD BREATH. She has to back up.
Should I do it again?
No, no. One is good.
INT. BRENTWOOD HOUSE/BEDROOM - DAY
pops, and she goes “they’re the same
thing” but they’re not the same thing
because a cupcake is a cupcake, a cake
pop is a cake with a stick in it. Anyway,
back Eva closes Cynthia’s eyes.
Hey Eva. Come on up!
EXT. EVA’S HOUSE - NIGHT
A cute, well kept bungalow type place.
INT. EVA’S HOUSE/BEDROOM - NIGHT
Hey mom. Where are you going?
don’t have to be alone.
You want to come?
Because you’re leaving soon and we should
She heads back into her own room.
ENOUGH SAID 2
something to her.
We can never find anything.
kitchen counter she’ll put them in a
drawer in the kitchen.
Why can’t you just do it?
It’s not fair.
We want to fire her but he won’t do it.
It’s not hard for you. Why does it have
to be fair?
Come on Sarah, grow up. You can fire a
Is that the definition of maturity? Being
able to fire your friggin’ maid?
(leaning forward, showing
Sarah, does this color look good on me?
You look good. Pretty.
That’s nice. Nice look.
ENOUGH SAID 3
Well, he’s a big book agent and she’s an
interior designer. They know everyone.
Maybe there’s single men here. Oh shit, I
see a patient.
What are you going to do?
Show me. Introduce me!
You’re a wet blanket. Oh, I see someone
from my gym.
Eva wanders off to say Hi to the gym woman, HILARY. She’s
MARIANNE. Both are mid 40’s.
Eva - hi. This is Marianne. This is Eva.
Eva’s a fabulous masseuse.
Oh! Nice to meet you.
Oh, will you guys excuse me for a sec?
I’ve got to find a bathroom.
That was abrupt.
ENOUGH SAID 4
Enough Said (2013)
Synopsis: Eva (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), a divorced single parent, seems generally happy but dreads her daughter's departure for college. Unexpectedly, Eva begins a romance with Albert (James Gandolfini), a nice man with whom she has much in common. Meanwhile, Eva finds a new friend in Marianne (Catherine Keener), a poet who is just about perfect except for one thing: She constantly denigrates her ex-husband -- Albert. The more Eva hears, the more she doubts her relationship with him.