At approximately 15:53, Gart pulls up the blind in the train car and we see the bandstand in Willoughby. There appears to be a fairly large crowd outside the bandstand, as well as inside. Then the frame cuts to outside but now we only see an elderly couple with a parasol, a child on a bench and a sparse bandstand. The frame the cuts back to the original scene, but now back to the large crowd of people both inside and outside the bandstand. See more
I'm tired, Janie. I'm tired, and I'm sick.
Well, then you're in the right ward. We specialize in people that are sick, and tired, too, Gart. I'm sick, and I'm tired, of a husband who lives in a kind of permanent self-pity. A husband with a heart bleeding sensitivity that he unfurls like a flag, whenever he decides the competition is a little too rough for him.
Some people aren't built for competition, Janie, or big pretentious houses they can't afford, or rich communities they don't feel ...