A Dialogue Ii: A Woman Is A Woman

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Man: Anna, do you love me?

Woman: Je ne sais pas
M: Haven't I been good to you?

W: Je ne sais pas

M: Was I just dreaming our last week together?

W: Je ne sais pas

M: Did your parents poison your mind about me again?

W: Je ne sais pas

M: That hussy, shrew of a friend, Trish?

W: Je ne sais pas

M: You're not seriously thinking of going back to him, are you?

W: Je ne sais pas

M: How can someone blow hot and cold like this? Are you bi-polar?

W: Je ne sais pas

M: Do you hate me then?

W: Je ne sais pas

M: Some kind of cruel test?

W: Je ne sais pas

M: Do you prefer the alcohol or the Yearning to kill me outright?

W: Je ne sais pas

M: I should have dated Betty from down the block, shouldn't I?

W: Je ne sais pas

M: Well, what do you know?

W: Une femme est une femme
Sunday, June 20, 2010
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COMMENTS
Dr Antony Theodore 17 February 2016
Anan the muse and the questions. you are inspired by the film. very nice write. thank you. tony
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Allemagne Roßmann 23 September 2012
briliiant write...trez bien!
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Kee Thampi 06 December 2011
you make it a fusss Some kind of cruel test?
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Joseph Poewhit 20 June 2010
Them questions till marriage and then take your corner.
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Yoni Assis 20 June 2010
Inspired by the great Jean-Luc Godard's brilliant French film 'A Woman Is a Woman.' The 'Anna' in question is his muse, Anna Karina, arguably the most beautiful actress in the annals of film.
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