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Jude (Character)
from Chapter 27 (2007)

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Chapter 27 -- A film about Mark David Chapman in the days leading up to the infamous murder of Beatle John Lennon.

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From Chapter 27 (2007)
Jude: The other night. You know, Jeri and I were waiting for you. And then, she wanted to go, but I wanted to stay. And then I wanted to go, and we were gonna go, and then as we were leaving a cab pulled up... and it was John! Just John. Anyway, he talked to us for a bit and Jeri bummed one of his cigarettes. It was great!
Mark David Chapman: I've read they're French.
Jude: So, do you like New York? I guess that's a no?
Mark David Chapman: Oh, no. No, no, no, no, no. It's okay. It's just, I mean... kind of dirty. Sometimes. It's nothing like Hawaii. Hawaii is amazing.
Jude: I'll bet.
Mark David Chapman: Hawaii changed my life. It really did. When I first got out there, I was... you know, I thought I was a dud. Hawaii saved my life. It saved my life! It did. It really, really, did.
Jude: I'd really like to go there sometime. But I don't think...
Mark David Chapman: [interrupts] No, no, no. Don't ever say that! Don't ever say anything like that.
Jude: What?
Mark David Chapman: You can do anything. If you set your mind to it, you can do anything! The human mind is an incredible thing. Once its mind is made up, it can do anything.
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