Fathers and Daughters



- Chipset?

- I? S right here!

Right here I come! I? S hungry!

I want chipset!

Guess who? S home.

- I s? G how to's? G p? her.

- Among all f? Writer. We talked.

- I can distinguish P? talk and others? rt.

- I get? Rtade not. You were drunk.

- Whenever you have betrayed a g? Ng ...

- A g? Ng, Tricia, f? R seven? Years ago.

A g? Ng r? Cker f? R me.


- Dad...!

- It? S okay ... Chipset.



The problem now? R you now

experiencing a dipole? r psychosis

- Caused by the accident:

hj? rnskadan, f? rlusten of your wife.

What worries me? R bout.

They suggest p? n? t much more serious.

If you do not try treatment

s? f? r you very w? rre Answered? r.

- Like what d ??

- Psychotic breakdown.

I highly recommend

you l? ggs the p? St Francis.

I k? Nd l? Quarks d? R and think

that you're treated a few weeks.

Maybe even n? Gra in months.

A mental hospital? Come on.

No, I have a daughter to mother.

At d? Rf? R m? You must g? Ra it.

F? R you have a daughter to mother.

It? S still your favorite, huh?

Katie ...

- I m? Ste? Ka away.

- What?

- Just a little while.

- How do l? Nge?

I do not know, just for awhile.

I want to f? LJA with.

Not the h? R g time around, baby.

You know...

The accident made me a little sick

and I m? ste be healthy.

I m? Ste become stronger

f? r to take care of you.

The g? R you are.

Not that I m? Ste, sweetheart. Okay?

You f? R stay with Aunt Elizabeth-

- Uncle William

and your cousins in West Chester.

But I do not want you to? Ka!

Whenever I come back

s? it becomes f? r good, f? r always.

It will be alright.

- Hello.

- Hey sweetie. - Jake. - Hello!

We? S? excited

that you will stay with us.

S? G hey d ?.

- I m? Ste? Ka now.

- No...!

I will return s? soon as I can.

You? Is my chip.

You and no one else, okay?

I adore you's? very.

- Okay okay...

- He comes back again.

I adore you, Katie!

- Dad!

- K? R now. Sn? Ll k? R.


Jake, it? S time.

I? S proud? Ver you, Jake.

'll Need you n? Ts? do you know where we are? r.

Now f? R we selected you h? Rifr? N.

- Hey d ?, Jake. Good luck.

- Thanks.

- You look good.

- Electroshock g? R me good.

Only not have shorted n? Nting.

You have a Nobel Prize in your head.

Mark my words.

If Bellow can f? it, s? can you.

Thank you f? R the press.

I've been out for five minutes.

I have anstr? NGT me ...

No, it was a clean n? Ks f? R me.

I have tr? Ffat her

at least one g? ng the m? market.

Sometimes? NNU often.

You will be flabbergasted.

- Are you tr? LHW Katie ago?

- Yes.

- Whenever you nervous? S?

- Why? R be nervous? S f? R my daughter?

- Do you want me to f? LJA with?

- You? Is a full-service agent.

- I? R a v? N.

- We'll be fine.

- S? Kert?

- Yes. Thank you f? R you h? Mtade me.

- Thanks f? R ride.

- Sk? T about you!

- Dad!

- Chipset!

- I've missed you!

- And I you. Now? Am I back.

Yes, but I w? Ntade j? Ttel? Nge.

Whenever you h? r f? r good now?

F? R always f? R forever.

- I adore you!

- V? Elcome back.

- I have coffee and cake right here inside.

- Do you drink coffee?

- No.

- How nice.

- But you're best cake?

- Yes.

- Okay, d? ? best we dessert!

- V? Elcome back, Jake.

- What? Is it the law?

- It? S always good.

She gets all b? Outer school.

We? S terribly proud? Over her.

- Dottie.

- Yes Lady?

- If you bring Katie to her room?

- Why? R?

- We'll just talk to Dad.

- It? S okay.

Boyhood! Not indoors.

G? up to your room.

- What did you think?

- Gone in n? A town? R.

Seven in months.

H? R you, I want to thank you b? Computer

- F? R you took Katie.

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Ronald M. Cohen

Ronald M. Cohen (December 23, 1939, Chicago, Illinois – April 21, 1998, Los Angeles, California) was a US American screen writer and film producer. His screenwriting career started in the 1960s and he studied Film at New York University. His screenwriting career encompassed Blue (1968 film), the 1977 film Twilight's Last Gleaming and the 1984 TV series Call to Glory. In 1977 he wrote a script for the movie adaption of Lothar-Günther Buchheims novel Das Boot, but it was rejected by Buchheim. For his screenwriting for the Series American Dream he was nominated for an Emmy in 1981. His last finished work was the screenwriting for the successful 1997 TV film Last Stand at Saber River starring Tom Selleck. He was in a relationship with actress Julie Adams. more…

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