INT. COMMUNITY HALL. DAY.
at. I don't know when we'll get to the one that's talking,
but when we do it's like this. Eyes like glue. 50 years old
with a face the color of a snuff-users hanky. He says this:
into the house. And I never did. I bur-
ied it under the lawn. Cut out a turf &
foil instead of a cork. So here we are
out in the yard, and she's happy because
ing shorts & no way near no booze. She
decides to prune the roses. Meanwhile,
That's how crazy I was - I was sick for
drink - And for the one or two new faces
I see here, I say this: just do it by the
day. You gotta do it by the day - Don't
take that drink. And keep coming to these
Thank you, Benny .. We have a few more
minutes .. Anyone else like to share? ..
le's right. But this is a bad angle. His name is JOHN BERLIN.
My name's John .. and I'm an alcoholic ..
which the universe revolved." I don't know
if that was original to him - it doesn't
describe how I felt - We all have our own
place in the darkness, and I was in such a
someone very dear to me - she hadn't died -
I had - I don't know whether she left coza
someplace else - any place but here - any
moment but now - But here I am, and it is
pen in my life - and I'm going for it coz
this time I know I'm not running away - I'm
actually two miles into a 600 mile journey,
of here, free ..
Jennifer 8 (1992)
Synopsis: After discovering his wife's adultery, Los Angeles detective John Berlin (Andy Garcia) relocates to recover and work alongside old friend Freddy Ross (Lance Henriksen) in the peaceful small town of Eureka, Calif. When a severed hand is found in a garbage dump, John realizes it belongs to a missing blind woman and connects it to six similar murders. Fearing the next to die will be Helena Robertson (Uma Thurman), the blind roommate of the last victim, John tries to protect her and find the killer.