Paola's English Tutor Fred

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Thursday, September 23, 2004

 

Hello Paola... I hope you have a great weekend

Christian: Yes
Satine: A little supper? Maybe some champagne?
Christian: I'd rather just um . . . get it over and done with.
Satine (a bit irritated): Oh . . . very well . . . then why don't you come down here and let's get it over and done with?
Christian: I'd prefer to do it standing.
Satine (speechless and suprised): Oh!
Christian: You don't have to stand I mean. Sometimes . . . it's quite long. And I--I'd like you to be comfortable. It's quite modern what I do and it may feel a little strange at first but--but I think if you're open then--then you might enjoy it.
Satine: I'm sure I will
Christian: Excuse me. The sky is
Satine: (moans)
Christian: Is ugh blue--birds--oh-- (blows rasberries) come on (blows rasberries) come on (blows rasberries) I think--
Satine: (moans)
Christian: I think the mountains . . . might be shaking . . . Oh Tik-e-tik-e-tik-e
Satine (impatient but comes off concerned): Um . . . is everything all right?
Christian: I'm just a little nervous . . . It's just that sometimes it takes a while for uh . . .
Satine: Ohhhh . . .
Christian: For you know . . . inspiration to come.
Satine: Oh yes, yes, yes. Let mommy help, hmm? (Grabs his crotch) Does that inspire you? Let's make love! (Pulls him onto the bed)
Christian: Make love?
Satine: You want to, don't you?
Christian: Well I-I . . . came to . . .
Satine: Hmm, tell the truth. Feel the poetry . . . come on . . . feel it . . . free the tiger! *GROWL* Christian: Ohhh . . .
Satine: Oh . . . big boy!
Toulouse (spying in the window; tells the bohos): He's got a huge talent!
Satine: Yes I need your poetry now!
Christian: It's a little big funny . . .
Satine: What?Christian: This f-feeling in-inside. I'm not one of those who can-who can easily hide. Is this-is this okay? Is this what you want?
Satine: Oh poetry, yes, yes, yes this is what I want, naughty words. Ohh . .
Christian: I-I don't have much money, but if I did I'd buy us a big house where we both could live . . .
Satine: Oh yes, yes . . . Oh yes . . .
Christian: If I were a sculptor, but then again no. Or a man who makes potions for a traveling show.
Satine (rolling around in a furry blanket on the floor): Oh . . . oh . . . no . . . no . . . don't stop . . .
Christian (gives her a dirty look like she's crazy and then continues earnestly): I know it's not much but . . .
Satine: Give me more, yes . . . yes . . . YES!!!
Christian: But it's the best I could do. Satine: NAUGHTY! DON'T STOP┘ YES, YES, YES!!!!
Christian sings: My gift is my song . . .(Satine immediately stops her antics and looks at him in awed silence)
Christian sings: And this one's for you. And you can tell everybody that this is your song.It may be quite simple but now that it's done.I hope you don't mind, I hope you don't mind. That I put down in words. How wonderful life is now your in the world. Sat on the roof and I kicked of the moss.Well, some of these verses, well they, they've got me quite cross. But the sun's been kind, while I wrote this song.It's for people like you that keep it turned on.
(Satine looks at him with this knowing look as he smiles at her)
Christian sings: So excuse my forgetting but these things I do.You see I've forgotten if they're green or they're blue.And well the things is, what I really mean. Yours are the sweetest eyes I've ever seen!
(The two go into a fantasy sequence and start dancing on the sky and the roof of the Moulin Rouge as the Moon sings to them)
Christian sings: And you can tell everybody that this is your song. It may be quite simple but now that it's done. Hope you don't mind, I hope you don't mind that I put down in words. How wonderful life is now you're in the world. Hope you don't mind, I hope you don't mind that I put down in words, how wonderful life is now you're in the world!
(Fantasy sequence ends and they're actually dancing in the elephant and he dips her in his embrace)
Satine: Oh, I can't believe it. I'm in love. I'm in love with a young, handsome talented Duke.
Christian: Duke?
Satine: Oh . . . not that the title's important of course.
Christian: I'm not a Duke
Satine: Not a Duke?
Christian: I'm a writer.
Satine (disgusted): A writer?
Christian: Yes, a writer.
Satine (immediately exits his embrace): No!Christian: Well Toulouse . . .Satine: Toulouse? Oh no! Not another of Toulouse's oh so talented, charmingly Bohemian, tragically impoverish protИgИs.
Christian: Well you might say that.
Satine: OH NO! I'm going to kill him! I'm going to kill him!
(Toulouse escapes from his vantagepoint outside the window so Satine will not aim her wrath on him)
Christian: Toulouse told me . . .
Satine: The Duke. *GASP* THE DUKE!
Christian: The Duke?Satine: Hide! Out the back.Zidler: My dear, are you decent for the Duke? Where were you?
Satine: I-I-I was waiting
Zidler: Dearest Duke, allow me to introduce Mademoiselle Satine.
Satine: Monsieur, how wonderful of you to take time out of your busy schedule to visit.
Duke: The pleasure I fear will be entirely mine, my dear.
Zidler: I'll leave you two squirrels to get better aquatinted. Ta-ta
Duke (taking Satine's hand and kissing it): A kiss on the hand may be quite continental.
Satine (wags her finger at him): But diamonds are a girl's best friend. Hmmm
Duke: After tonight's pretty exertions on the stage, you must surely but in need of some refreshment my dear.
Satine: DON'T! Don't you just love the view? Hmmm?
Duke: Charming.Satine: Oh! I feel like dancing. *GROWL*
Duke: Would you like a glass of champagne?
Satine: NO! It's a little bit funny . . .
Duke: What is?
Satine: This . . .
Christian mouthing: (feeling)
Satine: FeelingChristian mouthing: (inside)
Satine: InsideChristian mouthing: (I'm not one of those who can easily . . . )
Satine: I'm not one of those who can easily . . .
Christian mouthing and pantomiming: (hide)
Satine: Hide. NO! I know I don't have much money, but if I did, I'd buy a big house where we both can live.[SINGING] I hope you don't mind, I hope you don't mind. That I put down in words. How wonderful life is now you're in the world.
Duke: That's very beautiful
Satine: It's from "Spectacular, Spectacular." Suddenly with you here, I finally understood the true meaning of those words. How wonderful life it now you're in the world.
Duke: And what meaning is that my dear?
[CHIRTIAN TRIES TO ESCAPE OUT THE DOOR, BUT WARREN IS GUARDING AND DOOR SHUTS]
Satine: NO, NO, NO! Duke, don't you toy with my emotions. You-you must know the effect you have on woman. LET'S MAKE LOVE! You want to make love don't you? I knew you felt the same way! Oh, oh Duke! Yes, your right, we should wait, until opening night.
Duke: Wait? Wait?
Satine: It's empowering

1) empower. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000. ...from only 33 percent of the Panelists. The Panel may frown on this kind of psychological empowering because it resonates of the self-help movement, which is notorious...
2) letters testamentary. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000. ...by a probate court or officer informing an executor of a will of his or her appointment and empowering the executor to discharge the appointed responsibilities....
3) oyer and terminer. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000. ...A court of general criminal jurisdiction in some states of the United States. 3a. A commission empowering a judge in Great Britain to hear and rule on a criminal...
4) execution. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000. ...as a lawful penalty. 4. Law a. The carrying into effect of a court judgment. b. A writ empowering an officer to enforce a judgment. c. Validation of a legal document...
you that scare me. You would go
Duke: Go? But I just got here.
Satine: Oh yes, but we'll see each other everyday during rehearsal. We must wait; we must until opening night. Do you have any idea, any idea what would happen if you were to be found? Oh . . .[SATINE FAINTS]
Christian: Satine? Hello? Wake up┘ Maybe I'll just put you on the bed.
Zidler (looking through a telescope into the Elephant): Let's just take a sneeky peak.
Duke (reapears through the door): I forgot my ha-. Foul play?
Christian: She . . . I . . .
Satine: Oh Duke . . .
Duke: It's a little bit funny this feeling inside?
Satine: Yes, let me introduce you to the writer
Duke: The writer?
Satine: Yes, oh yes, we were-we were rehearsing
Duke: Oh ho, ho, ho you expect me to believe that Scanty Clad 1) scanty. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000. ...Barely sufficient or adequate. 2. Insufficient, as in extent or degree. scanti·ly -ADVERBscanti·ness -NOUN...scantily clad(1) armor-clad. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000. ...Covered with or wearing armor: armor-clad warships. An armor-clad naval vessel....
2) clad 1. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000. ...Inflected forms: clad, clad·ding, clads1. To sheathe or cover (a metal) with a metal. 2. To cover with a protective or insulating layer of other material. Back-formation...
3) clothe. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000. ...Inflected forms: clothed or clad (klad), cloth·ing, clothes1. To put clothes on; dress. 2. To provide clothes for. 3. To cover as if with clothing. Middle English...
4) clad 2. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000. ...A past tense and a past participle of clothe....
5) wire. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000. ...1. A usually pliable metallic strand or rod made in many lengths and diameters, sometimes clad and often electrically insulated, used chiefly for structural support...
6) battleship. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000. ...of a class of warships of the largest size, carrying the greatest number of weapons and clad with the heaviest armor. Also called battlewagon. Short for line-of-battle...
7) beak. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000. ...3. A beaklike structure or part, as: a. The spout of a pitcher. b. A metal or metal-clad ram projecting from the bow of an ancient warship. 4. Informal The human...
8) iron. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000. ...clothes. b. To remove (creases) by pressing. 2. To put into irons; fetter. 3. To fit or clad with iron. To iron clothes. iron out To settle through discussion or...
in the arms of another man in the middle of the night inside an elephant, you were rehearsing?
Toulouse: How's the rehearsal going? Shall we take it from the top eh my queen?
Zidler: Oh my goodness!
Satine: When I spoke those words to you before, you filled me with such inspiration. Yes, I realized how much work we had to do before tomorrow, so I called everyone together for an emergency rehearsal.
Duke: If you're rehearsing, where's Zidler?
Zidler: My dear Duke, I'm most terribly sorry.
Satine: Harold! You made it. It's all right, the Duke knows about the emergency rehearsal. Zidler: Emergency rehearsal?
Satine: Hmmm . . . to incorporate the Duke's artistic idea.
Zidler: Yes well I'm sure Audrey will be only your delight.
Toulouse: It's not Audrey's work
Satine: Harold, the cat's out of the bag. Yes the Duke's already a big fan of our new writer's work. That's why he's so keen to invest.

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