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The clip Madeleine's past Part 2 from Vertigo (1958) with Kim Novak, James Stewart You took no notice. Madeleine. Madeleine, where are you now? -Here with you. -Where? -The tall trees.... -Have you been here before? -Yes. -When? When were you born? -Long ago. -Where? When? Tell me. -Madeleine, tell me. -No! -Where do you go? What takes you away? -I can't tell you. When you jumped into the Bay, you didn't know where you were. -I didn't jump. You told me I fell. -Why did you jump? -I can't tell you. -What was inside that told you to jump? -Please. -What? Please, don't ask me. Take me away from here. Shall I take you home? Somewhere in the light. Promise you won't ask me again. Please promise me that.
17 Nov 2011
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The clip Madeleine's past Part 3 from Vertigo (1958) with Kim Novak, James Stewart Why did you run? I'm responsible for you now. The Chinese say that once you've saved a person's life you're responsible for it forever, so I'm committed. I have to know. There's so little that I know. It's as though I were walking down a long corridor that once was mirrored, and fragments of that mirror still hang there and when I come to the end of the corridor there's nothing but darkness. And I know that when I walk into the darkness that I'll die. I've never come to the end. I've always come back before then. -Except once. -Yesterday? And you didn't know what happened till you found yourself with me. You didn't know where you were. But the small scenes, the fragments of the mirror, you remember those. -Vaguely. -What do you remember? There's a room and I sit there alone. -Always alone. -What else? -A grave. -Where?
17 Nov 2011
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The clip Madeleine's past Part 4 from Vertigo (1958) with Kim Novak, James Stewart I don't know. It's an open grave and I stand by the gravestone looking down into it. -It's my grave. -How do you know? -I know. -But is there a name on the gravestone? No. No, it's new and clean and waiting. What else? This part is a dream, I think. There's a tower and a bell, and a garden below. It seems to be in Spain a village in Spain. It clicks off and it's gone. Well, a portrait? -Do you see a portrait? -No. If I could just find the key, the beginning and put it together, I.... And so explain it away? There is a way to explain it, you see. If I'm mad, then that would explain it, wouldn't it? Madeleine! Scottie! I'm not mad! I'm not mad! I don't want to die. There's someone within me, and she says I must die. Scottie, don't let me go. I'm here. I've got you. I'm so afraid. Don't leave me. -Stay with me. -All the time.
17 Nov 2011
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The clip Madeleine's past Part 2 from Vertigo (1958) with Kim Novak, James Stewart Somewhere in here I was born and there I died. It was only a moment for you. You took no notice. Madeleine. Madeleine, where are you now? -Here with you. -Where? -The tall trees.... -Have you been here before? -Yes. -When? When were you born? -Long ago. -Where? When? Tell me. -Madeleine, tell me. -No! -Where do you go? What takes you away? -I can't tell you. When you jumped into the Bay, you didn't know where you were. -I didn't jump. You told me I fell. -Why did you jump? -I can't tell you. -What was inside that told you to jump?
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The clip Madeleine's past Part 3 from Vertigo (1958) with Kim Novak, James Stewart -Please. -What? Please, don't ask me. Take me away from here. Shall I take you home? Somewhere in the light. Promise you won't ask me again. Please promise me that. Why did you run? I'm responsible for you now. The Chinese say that once you've saved a person's life you're responsible for it forever, so I'm committed. I have to know. There's so little that I know. It's as though I were walking down a long corridor that once was mirrored, and fragments of that mirror still hang there and when I come to the end of the corridor there's nothing but darkness. And I know that when I walk into the darkness that I'll die. I've never come to the end. I've always come back before then. -Except once. -Yesterday?
1 Jan 2012
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The clip Madeleine's past Part 4 from Vertigo (1958) with James Stewart, Kim Novak And you didn't know what happened till you found yourself with me. You didn't know where you were. But the small scenes, the fragments of the mirror, you remember those. -Vaguely. -What do you remember? There's a room and I sit there alone. -Always alone. -What else? -A grave. -Where? I don't know. It's an open grave and I stand by the gravestone looking down into it. -It's my grave. -How do you know? -I know. -But is there a name on the gravestone? No. No, it's new and clean and waiting. What else? This part is a dream, I think. There's a tower and a bell, and a garden below. It seems to be in Spain a village in Spain. It clicks off and it's gone. Well, a portrait? -Do you see a portrait? -No. If I could just find the key, the beginning and put it together, I.... And so explain it away? There is a way to explain it, you see. If I'm mad, then that would explain it, wouldn't it? Madeleine! Scottie! I'm not mad! I'm not mad! I don't want to die. There's someone within me, and she says I must die. Scottie, don't let me go. I'm here. I've got you.
1 Jan 2012
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