Charade (1963): Im Sorry

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The clip im sorry from Charade (1963) with Cary Grant, Audrey Hepburn Oh, I telephoned but nobody answered...
The clip im sorry from Charade (1963) with Cary Grant, Audrey Hepburn Oh, I telephoned but nobody answered. Hello. Hello. I wanted to tell you how sorry I am and see if there's anything I can do. How did you find out? It's in the afternoon papers. I'm very sorry. Thank you. I I pressed the bell but it isn't ringing, I guess. I know. There's no electricity. Well, where did everything go? Charles sold it at auction. This is all I have left. I love this room, but Charles never saw it... only the things in it. I think I prefer it this way. What are you going to do? Try and get my job back at E.U.R.E.S.C.O., I suppose. Doing what? I'm a simultaneous translator, like Sylvie. Only she's English into French and I'm French into English. That's what I was doing before I married Charles. The police probably think I killed him. "Instant divorce," you mean? Something like that. It's terrible to end it this way, though... tossed off a train like a sack of third class mail. Well, come on. You can't stay here. I don't know where to go. We'll find you a hotel. Nothing too expensive. I'm not a lady of leisure anymore, you know. Something clean and modest and near enough to E.U.R.E.S.C. O... so you can take a cab when it rains. Okay? Okay.
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