INT. BEDROOM - DAY
(VINCENT) and a WOMAN (SANDY) in love. They couldn’t
look happier. Young, full of life.
30s, rough, tattooed, too much makeup, and somewhere
underneath it all...beautiful. Furthermore, she’s
pregnant. Who knows how long, she’s so damn skinny.
You eat breakfast yet?
riding. He’s the guy from the pictures, although now in
his 60s/70s. Beat-to-hell, raw, irreverent. He gave up
on life years ago.
(puffing a cigarette)
You didn’t eat?
How do you forget to eat?
You want go to breakfast?
INT. NAT’S DINER - LATER
Rancheros, like she hasn’t eaten in days.
Can get a pill for that.
Bastards have a pill for
everything. That’s a fact, lady.
Killing us all, ten milligrams at a
or so...the day’s dose.
Where’s the water? Didn’t I ask
Ask ‘em again.
Coming here twenty years, still
can’t get their shit together.
Jesus. Aqua. Pills.
Jesus smiles, nods.
I ain’t never takin’ me that many
Just crack and meth. That’s a
Fuck you, Vin. Stay off my shit.
You wan’ your toast.
Here you go, Mr. Vincent.
Can you put more ice in it? I want
swallowing my poison.
Jesus is confused.
He don’t wan’ no ice.
Yeah. Oh, si. Just like everyday
I come in here. Water no ice.
Uno momento, Mr. Vincent.
Jesus walks off, nonplussed.
Uno momento. That’s all they say
Vin takes a pill, swallows.
What did Jesus say to the Mexicans
before he left?
Don’t do anything till I get back.
Charisse doesn’t laugh.
Talking for Jesus ain’t right.
Really. From you?
Standard bank. Vin’s car’s parked outside. A Dodge
Duster in crap shape.
He’s reviewing paperwork.
That one there. Says the line’s
Uh-huh. Got it. Yes. Let’s
see...so...with these reverse
mortgages you can only borrow a
percentage of the equity you have
in the house. That’s called the
Don’t need a financial seminar. I
own the damn thing outright. 40
Yes. Yes. Well...you did. But
now, since you’ve been getting
St. Vincent (2014)
Synopsis: Maggie (Melissa McCarthy), a struggling single woman, moves to Brooklyn with her 12-year-old son, Oliver (Jaeden Lieberher). Having to work very long hours, she has no choice but to leave Oliver in the care of Vincent (Bill Murray), a bawdy misanthrope next door. Vincent takes Oliver along on his trips to the race track, strip club and dive bar, and an unlikely friendship is born. The man is a mentor to the boy in his hedonistic way, and Oliver sees the good in Vincent that no one else can.