In a near, dystopian future where Big Brother rules with an
START: Julia appears in the doorway. Winston turns to Julia and almost doesn’t recognize her. She’s wearing a red dress and her hair is down.
JULIA: Turn around.
Here I can be a real woman. We can be together. In secret. This is the one place in the world where the past still exists. This is victory.
What’s the matter?
WINSTON: I just… I wish there were words. There used to be words. For moments like this. For how I feel. For you. They’re changing everything. Everything’s going.
[... … …]
END: JULIA: Where are you now, Winston? This is ours. Our room. The present moment. This is ours.
WINSTON: It’s not enough.
Icke, Robert and Macmillan, Duncan, 1984, Oberon Books Ltd, 2013, pp. 61-65.
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