April and Rene are embarrassed to be at the funeral of their father,
APRIL: That was weird.
RENE: Tell me about it. / That was some break down.
APRIL: / Haven't seen that mask for a while.
RENE: / Huh?
APRIL: / What?
RENE: Go ahead.
APRIL: No you.
RENE: I said: that was some break down.
APRIL: Break up.
RENE: What was?
RENE: With Mom?
APRIL: I meant with Dave.
RENE: Oh. Just then?
APRIL: No. A month or so. She invited us both tonight. You know Mom. I didn’t want to be alone anyway. More difficult that way. Not just here. But with the kid. I mean you start to read the literature and you start to wonder: is my happiness worth the happiness of someone else – like how can you gauge that kind of question? And we’re not even officially, so…
APRIL: No one’s moved. It’s easier for now. Just keeping things
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