Real estate agent Clair has been trying to close the deal on selling
Clair: Look, I don’t play cards.
James: You don’t play cards? Is this a matter of principle with you?
Clair: (laughs) No ….
[... … …]
Anna: Thank you.
Vittorio and Anna go.
James: Do you know what I’d very much like to do now, Clair. I’d like to go out into the garden.
Martin Crimp, Dealing With Clair. In Martin Crimp: Plays 1. Faber & Faber, 2000, pp. 70-74.
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