Diane is the high-profile agent of a high-profile movie star client,
Start: The beginning. Well, beginnings are always beautiful. Beginnings are-- OK-- do you know Breakfast at Tiffany's? The film, not the novella. I know, there's a novella, who knew?
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End: My client, a rising young movie star who suffers from a slight... recurring case of homosexuality, informs me-- that as his date, are you possibly seated for this? As his date to this award ceremony, he would like to bring his mother. So that no one will know that he's gay? ...
For full extended monologue, please refer to clips or the script edition cited here: Beane, Douglas Carter, The Little Dog Laughed, Dramatists Play Service, 2007, pg. 9.
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