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The Stranger (Character)
from Dear Frankie (2004)

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Dear Frankie (2004)
Lizzie: We had an arrangement. You broke it.
The Stranger: One more day that's all.
Lizzie: No, no, no. I want you to go now. It's over, do you hear me, it's over.
The Stranger: My ship sails on Monday. There is only one more day.
Lizzie: Who the hell do you think you are? Who gave you the right to come in here and behave like this?
The Stranger: You did.

Lizzie: Right, if he's not back in five minutes, I'm going to the docks myself.
Nell: How do you even know that's where he is?
Lizzie: Where would you go if it was you?
The Stranger: He won't go on that ship.
Nell: How do you know what he would do? You've not even met him.
The Stranger: He doesn't want to spoil the surprise. If I was a betting man -
[Nell glares at the Stranger]
The Stranger: - which I'm not, I'd put money on it.

Lizzie: I don't have much, but, I'll pay you what I can.
The Stranger: [picks up and looks at a photo of a baby Frankie, pauses] What time do you want me to be there?

Lizzie: I had a good time tonight.
The Stranger: Don't sound so surprised.
[pause]
The Stranger: He's got your eyes. They... pull you right in.
Lizzie: Don't know what to say to that
The Stranger: You don't have to say anything.
Lizzie: You don't have to say nice things to me. I'm not paying you for that.
The Stranger: So why don't you want to hear them?

The Stranger: Frankie's a very... very lucky boy.
Lizzie: How'd you figure that one out? I'm his mother and I lie to him every single day.
The Stranger: No. No, you protect him every single day

Lizzie: It must be some life, seeing all those different places.
The Stranger: You should know... you've been writing from them for years.