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Louisa Pendel (Character)
from The Tailor of Panama (2001)
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Harry Pendel: Oh, yes. The lies. Very, very sorry about the lies. Louisa, I never did work in Saville Row, did I? Not as such. I learned the tailoring in prison. I burned down my Uncle Benny's warehouse to help him out. And then when I done my time, Uncle Benny, he gives me my portion, sends me out here so I can't get into trouble. I pretended he was Arthur Braifwaite. You see, lying's what we do in prison, luv. It's instead of love, really. You tell a thing the way it ought to be because that's so much better than how it is. Well, it's that bad. If you follow me.
Louisa Pendel: Why didn't you just tell me from the start?
Harry Pendel: [sobbing] Because I fell in love with you, my princess, and I knew that I wasn't good enough for you. Not as I stood.
Louisa Pendel: Harry, you are such a fool.
Sarah Pendel: [Coming downstairs] Dad, you promised to tell me a story. Where were you?
Harry Pendel: Oh, Sarah, I'm so sorry.
Sarah Pendel: No need to cry about it, Dad.
Mark Pendel: [Coming downstairs] Hi, Dad.
Sarah Pendel: Hi, Mum.
Harry Pendel: What do you want me to do?
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