Blow Out

- I don't believe it. I don't believe it!
- Absolutely.

And, you see, this took me two hours.
And this is the "no make-up look".

Really? I'd like to see what the "make-up
look" looks like. I bet that's good, huh?

Well, I... I only do that
for special occasions.

How about a broken nose?
How would you deal with that?

Oh, that's easy. You just take a little...
Wait a minute.
Let me see. I can show you.

Yeah. You get a brush like this, right?
You take a little brown powder.
- You just make a little brown...
- What are you doin'?

Hey, wait a minute.
This is serious business here.

- You interested or not?
- Oh, yes. OK. Sorry.

You make a brown line
and kinda smudge it in.

It has to be real subtle
so as no one'll notice it.

But... What are you smiling about?
I'm impressed that
you know so much about this.

- You're not interested at all.
- Yes, I am.

You're not. You just kept me
sittin' here talkin' so I'd miss my train.

That's not true, Sally.
I just didn't want you to go.

Because I like you, and I just met you
and you're goin' off on me.

- I don't know anything about you.
- I'll tell you anything you wanna know.

- All right. You're a sound man, right?
- Yeah.

OK. How'd you get that job?
That's a good question. I don't know.
No, I'll tell ya. It all started in school, OK?
I was the kind of kid who fixed radios,
made my own stereos,

won all the science fairs -
you know the type.

After that I went into the army,
and I refined my skills there.

Oh, yeah? Were you
in any wars or anything?

No, no. I was such a communication whiz,
they wouldn't let me leave New Jersey.

Then I went into the police for a while,
and after that I went into movies.

Wait a minute. You were a cop?
- No. I worked for the Kean Commission.
- What's that?

A group of politicians that got together
to try to stop police corruption.

- Oh.
- Then I quit that and...

Well, what'd you do?