The clip Discussing Forgiveness from Sex and the City (2008)
So we're done with our last session.
We're not allowed to talk to each other for two weeks while we figure out if being together again is something that we really want.
And then we had to pick a place to meet and if we both show up on that day, the past no longer exists.
It's like showing up is the promise to each other that we're both willing to let it all go and move forward.
Can you do that?
I don't know.
I don't know. I have a lot of thinking to do.
Thinking? Or feeling?
What do you mean?
Well, Miranda, you're a lawyer. You know, you can argue both sides of any case.
But why we feel what we feel isn't logical. It's emotional.
So I'm sorry, Harvard, but I'm afraid you're gonna have to base this decision on your emotions.
Well, then I'm screwed. I don't know what I feel.
You will. There will come a moment when you know.
And if it's "yes," then all that brilliant logic it's gonna go right out the window with the past.
And I thought picking a spot to meet was gonna be the challenge.
Where is it?
On the Brooklyn Bridge.
Halfway between our two places.
Very logical, and yet poetic.
Poetic if we both show up.
Otherwise you're on a bridge, rejected.
It's not a good plan.