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INT. BAR (SAN FRANCISCO) - NIGHT
EXT. ALLEYWAY - MALLOY
I'm sorry! I didn't know... youwere there.
Really, I didn't mean to run into
Go on. Pass by.
You don't want to tell me the
story of your life, do you?
That's what I do. I interview
people. I collect life stories.
Sometimes I interview four or five
people a night...
The story of my life?
So much the better. I've gotpockets full of tapes.
INT. ROOM (SAN FRANCISCO)
Louis in shadow moves to the window, as behind him Malloysets the tape recorder on the table and sits in one oftwo straight chairs. Dim light burns on chest of drawersbeyond. As they talk, Louis keeps his back to the roomand Malloy.
This is where you live?
It's just a room...
So how shall we begin?
What do you do?
I'm a vampire.
Ah, and you mean this literally, Itake it.
came out of that doorway. And
then you began to speak.
Malloy laughs goodnaturedly.
Perhaps lucky for both of us.
I want to tell you my story. All
of it. I'd like to do that verymuch. I'm glad we've met.
fascinated but afraid.
You were going to kill me? Drink
Louis stands opposite, hand on the chair.
Malloy is riveted.
Oh this is one I have to hear.
You believe this, don't you? That
you're a vampire? You reallythink...
We can't begin this way. I'm
going to turn on the light.
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