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Blue Car (2002) Poster

(2002)

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[after looking over her poem]

Auster: Okay... you tell me.

Meg: I don't know.

Auster: Why not? Are you afraid I'm going to tell you your work stinks?

Meg: Does it?

Auster: What do you think?

Meg: Probably. I don't know.

Auster: Come back when you do.

[rises, starts to leave]

Meg: It doesn't stink. There's a line that I like.

Auster: Which one?

Meg: "Lost leaves spin past the glass, but the trees don't go. They stay by my window."

Auster: What about the rest of it?

Meg: I could go deeper.

Auster: Good for you.

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[Repeated line]

Auster: Are you okay?

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Auster: A world emerges from little details. For example, when we buried my son, I had forgotten to put in my contact lenses. I stood over him before they closed the coffin, trying to fix him in my memory. I could see the red from his sweater and his blue pants, and there was a scab on his forehead that hadn't healed. It was from a bicycle accident. I could feel that scab when I kissed him, but when I looked at him... he was out of focus.

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