Annie and Owen are Arlie and Ollie, grifters attending a séance at the mysterious Neberdine mansion in the 1940s.
Did You Know?
The dance sequence with Stone, Kanda, and Hill starts out as a re-enactment of "The Madison" dance scene in Godard's "Band of Outsiders." See more
Owen (as Ollie) states that he traded someone for his peerage title so he could be called Sir Ollie. Not only are peerage titles not transferable in this way (as Annie/Arlie points out), peerages do not entitle the holder to be addressed as Sir; a peer would be addressed as "Lord." A baronetage comes with the title "Sir" but it is not a peerage (and is also not transferable). See more
Describe your reality.
Uh, my reality... is that I am depressed. And I have been for a very long time.
Exactly Like You
Written by Jimmy McHugh
Lyrics by Dorothy Fields See more