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Le narrateur: Franz thinks of everything and nothing. He wonders if the world is becoming a dream or if the dream is becoming the world.

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Le narrateur: What's that big building? asked Odile. The Louvre. The whitewash is great, she said. That guy deserves a medal.

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Arthur: The situation couldn't be clearer. But what's not clear is the part I'll be playing.

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Le narrateur: A few clues for latecomers: Several weeks ago... A pile of money... An English class... A house by the river... A romantic young girl...

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Le narrateur: We now might open a parenthesis on Odile's, Franz's and Arthur's feelings... but it's all pretty clear. So we close our parenthesis and let the images speak.

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Le narrateur: Arthur said they'd wait for night to do the job, out of respect for second-rate thrillers. How do we kill all that time? asked Odile. Franz had read about an American who'd done the Louvre in nine minutes 45 seconds. They'd do better.

[Running through the Louvre]

Le narrateur: Arthur, Franz and Odile beat Jimmy Johnson by two seconds.

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Le narrateur: My story ends here like a dime novel. At a superb moment, when everything is going right. Our next episode, this time in Cinemascope and Technicolor: Odile and Franz in the tropics.

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Odile: All that is new is, by that fact, automatically traditional.

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English Teacher: Today no need to know how to ask for directions or a room with a bath; today we must know how to spell 'Thomas Hardy'.

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Franz: A minute of silence can last a long time... a whole eternity.

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Franz: I'm loopy the lup, the good wolf.

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Odile: No, he doesn't come to English class anymore. He says England is done for. He's learning Chinese.

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Madame Victoria: I hope you go to class and not to the movies.

Odile: I hate movies.

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Arthur: In ten minutes, downstairs, in the car.

Odile: How do you know I'm coming?

Arthur: Now, in nine minutes 56 seconds.

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Franz: Sometimes, if you don't hide stuff, nobody notices. I read that in an American book.

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Franz: [Reading the newspaper to Arthur] She treated me like a butler, said the lumberjack, husband of the vanished countess. The police think it's murder, but Roger says 'It's an elopement.' Futile search in bedroom slippers.

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