... I don't know
what to do, so I just stand there...

and, uh, I feel very stupid
and about, uh...

Then I said
to the photographer...

I said something so terrible you can't
even put it in the French movie.

But he deserved that,
you know.

He's a...
How you say that word?

He's a son of a bastard.
- Son of a bitch.
- Yes, he was that too. Son of a bitch.

But I'm not, you know, I'm not
like you Americans' women's liberation.

I don't, uh, I don't
spend my life to hate the men.

I don't like that, but this man,
he have deserve what I tell him.

So, after that have
happen to me, then, uh,

I said to myself, "Now it's time
for you to go from Quebec."

- Quebec?
- Yes.

- I thought you were French.
- Oh, yes, I'm French-Canadian.

It's not the same,
you know.

Quebec is very pretty,
you know, but now, for me,

New York is the home. Is for me...
is for me, freedom, New York.

Yesterday you know
what I have do?

I go to the top
of the Empire State Building.

You know, the...
that building, the big...

And I am up there by myself,
and nobody know I am there.

I look down, I can see
all the little car and the people,

and I'm all by myself,
and nobody knows that I'm there.

Do you like
to be alone?

Sometime I do,
but not tonight.

Danielle, I think
I should take you home now.

I'm sorry.
This is so embarrassing.

I waited for you at the TV studio.
You saw me.

Why can't you
leave me alone?

Look here, Miss Breton
and I were just having a drink.

Mrs. Emil Breton
and you.

I am not married!
I have been divorced for a year.

- But still he follows me.
- Danielle, that is quite enough.