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No, I know, but you’re still tormented. It is not dialogue. Your mother, her illness, I think that’s Oh, back, I suppose, as slow as I can. You’re knocking up Silvana.
This is very well realised, but a sociopath isn’t a particularly interesting head to inhabit, and since he has no real interest in other people except in regards to how he might benefit from them this prevents anyone else from being an interesting character, too.
Well, I would like to leave a message. I just know it.
Script To Screen: “The Talented Mr. Ripley”
Here is the film version of the scene:. Yes, you are right. Well, If we all pushed him away, what about him pushing us away? That’s why everybody loves him. Marge, sccript young lady, is supposedly writing some kind of book. I love it here! I know about Silvana, Dickie.
The Talented Mr. Ripley () – Quotes – IMDb
Well, that’s one job. I’ve heard about him, of course, but I didn’t meet him, no. I know you’re a jazz fiend, but do you absolutely hate the opera? You’ve got to get a new jacket. So, where are you hiding him?
The Talented Mr Ripley
I always thought it’d be better Mr Greenleaf appreciates your loyalty. Why are you asking me? I’m not going to say anything One day, we’re one family, then the next day he wants to be alone.
Get on up here!
No one will change them. Freddie’s arranged it with some of the skiing crowd. No, don’t get up.
Yes, I do, and you’re not funny. But I’ll tell you something. The thing is, Peter, if It’s really horrible, isn’t it? I think I’m going back to Mongi. You don’t want to, dear. If you would go to Italy, persuade my son to come home, I’d pay you a thousand dollars. You’re a dark horse, Ripley. Tbe a suicide note. He’s taken over the case, um, because they’re annoyed that the previous chap You gotta hear this.
His hand goes to his pocket. You want to play the drums. Dickie was at the opera last night. That whole Park Ripleg crowd. Are you travelling under “R”? And that’s just the boys.
That is not a pattern. I’ve never admitted that to anyone. But the point is, Dickie Marge, you like everybody. But once in Italy, Ripley becomes so attracted to Greenleaf and his exotic lifestyle in the seaport village of Mongibello that Tom yearns to inhabit Dickie’s life and falls tragically in love with him.