I Heart Huckabees

Let's move it along. There we go.
I'll show you where you need to go.

[ Thinking ] Moved my meeting to
the Huckabees corporation.

I saved this rock.
I'm going to save this place.

They're not gonna
save this place.

Brad Stand.

Corporate prick bastard.
Oh, motherfucking dickhead.

by Albert Markovski.

Is it possible for anybody in this world
to work together to make it better?

I don't think so.
[ Man's Voice ] It was Albert's vision.
This whole thing was Albert's vision.

- [ Vivian ] Tell me about Brad.
- [ Man ] Albert let him in, which was a mistake.

- Fuck!
- [ Angela ] He has been enormously helpful--

[ Man ] He dropped Albert's poems
from the benefit. And the mailing.

[ Vivian ] Settle down. Someone tell me
about the woods and the marsh.

[ Angela ] MaryJane, this is your story.
Why don't you do it?

My great grandfather owned
the woods and the marsh.

We deeded them over
to the municipality in 1 97 2.

In perpetuity for the public.
- Tell me why.
- We just wanted to share this beautiful place.

And now the town
is looking at subclauses.

- [ Murmuring ]
- All of the sudden wants yet another mall...

and houses on
this beautiful marsh.

- So we're fighting it.
- We are fighting it.

- We have to save the marsh.
- Sorry I'm late, guys.

I got the photo
of the wetlands right here!

It looks beautiful!
[ Brad's Voice ] Here's the marsh and woods
we're going to save.

This photo says
good times and peace.

Shania's right here.
No silly poetry.

Let the beauty speak
for itself.

[ MaryJane ] This is where
the littlejack-in-the-pulpits live.

An image is always better.
You've gotta reach people quick.

They don't understand poems. They don't want
to hear poems. They have no time for them.

They think too much.
Open Spaces T's for everyone. MaryJane.

- Extra small for your grandson, right?
- You shouldn't have.