Olivia (1983) Movie Script

(cathedral bell ringing)
(boat horn blowing)
(gentle piano music)
(boat horn blowing)
(somber piano music)
(distant boat horn blowing)
- Olivia.
What're you doing out here?
You're supposed to be in bed.
Come on now.
- [Olivia] I want another story.
- Okay.
This is the last
one for tonight.
The evil sorcerer shut
Rapunzel up in a tower
which stood by a larger river.
It had neither stairs nor a door
and only one little
window just at the top.
Rapunzel would
look out her window
and dream of all the
wonderful things outside.
After a few years had passed,
it happened that a handsome
prince was walking by the river.
He heard a song so lovely
that he stopped to listen.
(door knocking)
(distant boat horn blowing)
(door thudding)
- [Man] My name's Alex.
Met you last night
at the bridge.
- [Woman] Oh, right.
Come in, Alex.
(door thudding)
Want a drink?
- [Alex] No, thanks.
- Are you on vacation here?
(faint music)
- Yep.
I'm on my way back
to the States now.
Stationed in Havelberg,
Germany for two years.
- Oh, the States, eh?
My Dad was an American.
I grew up partly in Wisconsin.
(faint doo-wop music)
(boat horn blowing)
- Nice view of the
bridge you got here.
You live alone?
- Mm-hmm.
Why don't you come over here
and make yourself comfortable?
- [Alex] A friend
of mine told me
you might be able to help me.
- [Woman] Sure.
What is it that you want?
- Well...
It's little itty bit special.
- All right.
- I like to get tied up.
- Mm-hmm?
- And then I want
you to tease me.
- Okay.
- Now, the thing is,
after awhile, I'm gonna
ask you to untie me.
- Mm-hmm.
But I really don't
want you to untie me.
- Okay.
- So, whenever I ask
you to untie me, don't.
That's very important.
- Okay.
(distant boat horn blowing)
(cuffs cranking)
- Get your hands off me!
I want to see you
playing with yourself.
That's good, ain't it?
You don't like me to
touch you, do you?
You'd rather do it yourself.
Come on, tell me.
Say it to me, I don't
like you to touch me.
I'd rather do it myself.
- I don't like you touching me.
- [Alex] You hate it, right?
- Yeah, I can't stand it.
- [Alex] Because I'm dirty.
- Yes.
- Come on, say it.
- You're a pig.
- [Alex] Say it again.
- You're such a pig.
- I must be the worst
pig you ever had, right?
Say it!
- You're the most disgusting man
I've ever met in my entire life.
- All right, now you're
gonna get it, cunt.
Go on, untie me.
- No.
- [Alex] Come on, untie me.
- No.
(ominous music)
- Come on, untie me,
you fucking cunt!
- Shut up!
- [Alex] Come on!
Come on, untie me!
Go on, untie me, bitch!
- [Woman] You are
really disgusting!
I can't take this anymore!
Get out of here!
- No, don't do it!
(sinister music)
(head thudding)
(woman yelling)
(Alex groaning)
(ominous music)
What's wrong?
What's happening?
Oh no.
Oh Jesus God, no!
(distant boat horn blowing)
Oh, shit.
Jesus Christ.
(ominous music)
Dear God.
You stupid bitch!
I oughta show you.
I told you not to untie me!
Oh God, oh shit, come on.
Oh shit.
(foreboding music)
(cathedral bell ringing)
(crowd chattering)
- [Woman] Hanging
out under the bridge.
(horse hooves clacking)
- [Man] Ain't got
nothing better to do
than jumping off the bridge.
- Stand back!
Come on, stand back!
(dramatic piano music)
- Your mother wasn't
alone, was she?
Did you see who she was with?
You don't have to
be afraid, Olivia.
Just tell me what you had seen.
Was it a man?
(sinister music)
(water sloshing)
(melancholy organ music)
- Will there be
any other mourners?
(gentle piano music)
(cathedral bell ringing)
(faint upbeat accordion music)
- [Man] Hello, miss,
something I can do for you?
- Yes.
I saw a notice
about a waitress job
and I wondering if
it's still available.
- Yes, I could do with
someone to give me a hand.
How old are you?
- I'm 20.
- Well, have you worked
for a pub before?
- No, I haven't.
- Very well, I'll
train you then.
Can you start tomorrow?
- I'll ask my husband.
- [Man] You speak to
your husband then.
Have you got my phone number?
- Yes.
- [Man] Talk to
your old man then.
It's four pounds a shift
plus supper and drinks.
- All right.
- If you want it,
come in at 10 o'clock
in the morning.
- Thanks.
(electric buzzing)
(hammer thudding)
- Goodbye.
(motors rumbling)
- See ya, mate.
(car whooshing)
(seagulls squawking)
(faint radio chattering)
(parrot squawking)
Oh, you're up already.
Where you been, love?
- Couldn't sleep.
- So, where's my breakfast?
- What would you
like today then?
- What I'd like, I'd like
my bleeding breakfast.
- Well, if you tried being
a bit nicer about it.
- Oh, shut your
bloody mouth, love.
(faint radio chattering)
(pan sizzling)
(dog whimpering)
- Richard,
there's a possibility of
doing some work at McHenry's.
- Get off here!
(dog whimpering)
- I'm getting tired of
being in the house all day.
It's not a bad job.
I could make some money for us.
- Listen, I'm not having my wife
waiting on tables, all right?
- You don't want
me to do anything.
(somber music)
- Mommy, can't you
read me another story?
(mother shushing)
- Not now.
You're supposed to be in bed.
Now get in there and be quiet!
(boat horn blowing)
(distant seagulls squawking)
- Hey, love, I'm off again.
- [Olivia] Here's your lunchbox.
- Give me a kiss.
- So, Richard, are we going
to Brighton for the weekend?
- We'll have to wait and see.
- We haven't been to
the coast in ages.
- Listen, I've
got to go, Olivia.
We'll talk about it
later, all right?
(distant boat horn blowing)
- When Rapunzel
was 16 years old,
the evil sorcerer
shut her up in a tower
which stood alone at the river
and had neither stairs nor door
and only one small
window just at the top.
After a couple of
years had passed,
it happened that the king's
son was riding through the wood
and came by the tower.
There, he heard a
song so beautiful--
- [Mother] That he stood
still and listened.
It was Rapunzel, who to
pass the lonely time away,
was singing to herself.
Happy birthday.
(eerie music)
Here you are, all alone.
Only your mommy is with you.
Have you forgotten what
happened to your mommy?
What you saw through
the key hole?
(Olivia crying)
Why didn't you help your mommy?
Perhaps you didn't love her.
(wind howling)
(Olivia whimpering)
Or did you?
Don't worry, Olivia.
Mommy will forgive you.
Just listen to your
mommy and do as she says
and you'll never be alone again.
I will always be with you.
(wind howling)
(seagulls squawking)
(dramatic music)
(distant boat horn blowing)
(electrical fizzling)
(ominous music)
- Harold.
(dog whimpering)
- Mom, where are you going?
- For a walk under the bridge.
(eerie music)
- [Olivia] I want
to go with you.
- It's too late now.
It's time for you
to be off to bed.
When I come back, ['ll
read you a fairytale.
- Which one?
- The one where the
prince meets the girl.
(eerie music)
(gentle piano music)
(ominous music)
(dog whimpering)
(sinister music)
(water sloshing)
(boat horn blowing)
(sinister music)
- What's coming there?
Isn't it past your bedtime?
Get lost.
(ominous music)
- I'd like to see what's
hiding behind those glasses.
How are you tonight?
So shall we go?
- [Mother] Go with him, baby.
(sinister music)
- After you, my dear.
I'd like you to meet
some friends of mine.
These ladies keep good company.
Sometimes when
I'm alone at night
I take one of them into my bed.
In fact, you can't imagine
how jealous the other two get.
You might think
they aren't alive.
- But they have more real
emotions than a lot of us.
Is that what you want to say?
- Nice way to put it.
Would you like to smoke a joint?
Or what about some coke?
- No thanks.
- Why, are you in a hurry?
Most of the girls that come here
would like to stay all night.
Cash is no problem.
Somehow, I don't know,
I have a pretty good instinct.
- What about?
- You're not an
old pro, are you?
I don't want to hurt your
feelings or anything but--
- What's your name?
- Eric.
- Well, Eric, how
would you like it?
- Anything you can think of.
I think I've seen you before.
What did you say was your name?
- [Olivia] My name is Olivia.
- [Eric] Why don't
you do that to me?
Touch me.
Caress me.
- I don't like touching others.
- Oh really?
You want me to beg you?
- No.
- So this is maybe
some kind of game
I haven't played before?
- Maybe.
- Are there specific
rules I should know?
(sinister music)
This is crazy.
But I like it.
What's wrong?
Why are you staring at me?
I get you.
You want to punish me.
That's interesting.
You're the first one
who understands me.
You know what I need, don't you?
Yes you do.
Oh, come on.
Come on.
Hit me.
Hit me.
(Eric moaning)
(ominous music)
- [Mother] Now you can show
mommy how much you love her.
(sinister music)
(Olivia whimpering)
(Olivia crying)
(traffic whooshing)
- The most important
question facing us today
concerns the restoration,
or the demolition,
of London Bridge.
I would like to introduce
to you Mr. Michael Grant.
Representing the SELCO
Corporation of Los Angeles.
We've contracted
them to investigate
and make a report on the
future of our bridge.
Mr. Grant.
- Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
I'd like to express the
gratitude of our corporation
for the opportunity
of working with you
on this historic landmark.
- When can we expect to
receive your recommendations
for the restoration, or the
demolition, of the bridge?
- I'll give you a
preliminary report
on the restoration
possibilities in three days.
As far as the demolition
of the bridge goes,
that's not my cup of tea.
(boat horn blowing)
(camera snapping)
(water sloshing)
- Leave it, Harold.
(dog whimpering)
Come on, Harold.
(sinister music)
Come on.
Richard, you're
home early tonight.
- Glad to see me, are you?
- Yes, of course I am.
- Where have you been?
- I've been out walking the
dog the way I always do.
- Takes a lot of walking
these days, doesn't it?
- Can I get you a cup of tea?
- Sure you can, love.
(hand slapping)
(ominous music)
(camera snapping)
(eerie music)
(camera snapping)
(camera snapping)
- [Man] How much?
Just tell me how much.
(ominous music)
(heels clicking)
(water sloshing)
(boat horn blowing)
- Hi.
- Hello.
- Aren't you afraid
of catching a cold?
- Are you an American?
- Yeah.
Come on.
(ominous music)
(bus whooshing)
Go ahead.
(light switch clicking)
- [Olivia] I'd like to go
to America myself sometime.
- Oh, damn.
- Huh?
- They forgot to
put in an opener.
- Where are you going?
- They might have one
at the front desk.
- Here, give it to me.
- How did you do that?
- Harold and I
have strong teeth.
- Oh yeah?
Who is Harold?
- My dog.
- Now I think I remember you.
The first night on the bridge.
You have a mutt,
black and white sorta.
- Yeah, I walk him under
the bridge every night.
- You look different.
- [Olivia] Where do
you live in America?
- In Los Angeles.
I used to live around
the Great Lakes but
I couldn't take
those cold winters.
- Are you married?
- No.
Move around too much.
- What do you do?
- Oh, I take care of
things that fall apart.
- Oh, I guess we
could use you here.
- What for?
- To fix up the bridge.
- Oh yeah.
You oughta tell my boss.
How's it go?
London bridge is falling
down, falling down
Falling down
London bridge
is falling down
My fair lady
(eerie music)
- I'll be back in a minute.
I don't understand.
Of course I mislead you, mommy.
(eerie music)
Mommy, please.
But this is...
This is my life.
You can't always...
- Where you talking to me?
- Yes, I...
We better...
How would you like it?
(gentle piano music)
Would you like to be tied up?
- I just wanted
someone to talk to.
(dramatic music)
(pleasant piano music)
(Olivia huffing)
(motor buzzing)
(water trickling)
(car engine rumbling)
(television commotion)
- Oh, there you are, dear.
- Been running around again?
- No, I just popped
out for some milk.
Bought some chips and
meat pie for supper.
Anything the matter?
(Olivia whimpering)
(Richard grunting)
(eerie music)
- Gentlemen, ladies,
please be seated.
So, Mr. Grant,
what have you to report to us?
- Oh, well,
things are coming
along very well.
I've looked the
bridge over thoroughly
and I assure you it can be
renovated at a reasonable cost.
- I see.
Well, do you have any
figures you can give us?
- Well, I would say
definitely under a million.
- A million pounds?
- Dollars.
- Oh.
(people chuckling)
When can you give us a more
exact figure, in pounds?
- Well, it's just a
matter of working it out.
I will have the exact
figures for you in 24 hours.
- I'd appreciate that
very much, Mr. Grant.
(dramatic cinema music)
- [Man In Movie] My
mother always said,
you can't win playing cards
but you can't lose
anything by cutting them.
- [Man In Movie] I just
dropped in to say goodbye.
- [Man In Movie] Hmmm?
- [Man In Movie] Yeah,
my bags are all packed.
I'm leaving right away.
- [Man In Movie]
He's always leaving.
- [Man In Movie] Pleasure, kid.
- [Man In Movie] Well,
it's nice to know he will.
Goodbye, Grant.
- [Man In Movie]
Goodbye again, son.
- [Man In Movie] Goodbye now.
(dramatic cinema movie)
- [Man In Movie] You!
Just what do you
expect a man to do?
I've apologized, I've crawled.
I've had just about enough.
I'll give you just 90
seconds to make up your mind.
I'll be at the bar.
Just 90 seconds!
- I didn't listen to my
mother for many years.
But now I do everything
that she tells me.
She told me I would
meet someone like you
when I was only six years old.
- She live in London?
- Yes.
- There's something
I don't understand.
How come a girl like you is...
I mean, why do you?
- 1 only did it that once.
With you.
- [Mike] Oh, come on.
- [Olivia] But it's true.
- [Mike] Do you
have a boyfriend?
- What about with you?
What else do you want?
(tower bell ringing)
(electrical fizzling)
(eerie music)
(Olivia whimpering)
(sinister music)
I'm sorry, mom.
You're right, I...
I'll talk to him.
I can't see you
anymore, Mike, I can't.
- But I love you.
- If Richard finds
out, he'll kill me.
- Who?
(electrical fizzling)
- I'm gonna make a phone call.
Can you finish this, mate?
- Yeah.
- All right.
(hammer thudding)
Can I use the phone?
- Yeah, all right.
(electrical fizzling)
(phone ringing)
- When were you married?
- When I was 16.
- 167
You didn't know what the
hell you were doing then.
- I don't even know what
the hell I'm doing now.
(motor buzzing)
- Olivia?
(dog whimpering)
(eerie music)
(bus rumbling)
(foreboding music)
- I'm not fighting with you!
- You've been getting--
- Hey, take it easy!
- Just watch it, mate!
- Richard, don't!
(suspenseful music)
(Olivia whimpering)
Richard, stop it!
(Richard grunting)
(Mike groaning)
(Richard screaming)
(water splashing)
(boat horn blowing)
(somber music)
- [Mike] Olivia?
(dramatic guitar music)
(Olivia huffing)
(somber music)
(birds chirping)
(man faintly speaking)
- Now the bridge was sold
to the highest bidder
which turned out to be
an American corporation.
The entire bridge
was dismembered
and each brick
marked with a number
and shipped across the Atlantic.
Now it was reassembled
out here in Arizona
where the famed London Bridge
now spans the Colorado River.
Now if you'll just follow me,
I'd like to show you our
authentic little English village.
We have candle shops,
pewter wear shops
and youngsters can enjoy
homemade ice cream.
(dramatic music)
(boat motor buzzing)
- New complex, 46
luxury condominiums
on the shores of
the Colorado River,
adjacent to the
famed London Bridge.
A new achievement
in fine living,
elegance and ease,
fun and relaxation.
Beautifully designed and
skillfully constructed,
these condominiums offer
you and your family
the very finest of
features in deployment.
You have tennis, swimming,
saunas and sunning.
Two championship 18
hole golf courses.
Plus an executive par 3...
(dramatic piano music)
The English village
has restaurants,
lounges and entertainment.
Just minutes away, the finest
marina in a modern area.
(dramatic piano music)
(people chattering)
(birds chirping)
As you can see, never
more dramatically
has Palm Springs luxury been
brought to life with water.
We like to think of it as
a royal resort community
of a monthly maintenance
fee of only a $107.
It's a short walk to
the mini shopping center
and there's a
centralized alarm system,
which of course you
won't be needing
since this area has the lowest
crime rate in the country.
The units were designed
for relaxed living.
Bars, ice makers.
You know, people would
rather be out on their boats.
(dramatic piano music)
Why don't you all just
have a look around
and if you have any
questions, feel free to ask.
(gentle piano music)
- [Mike] How much did you say?
- 265 with 20 percent down.
- [Woman] Where can
we load our boat?
- Oh, there's a
private area for boats
at the other end
of this building.
- Great, thanks.
- You're welcome.
- So,
all you need is 53.
- Yes, 53 is a down payment.
- Sounds pretty good to me.
- Yes, but it's probably
too big for one person.
- [Woman] And what
about the draperies?
- That's part of
our bonus package.
- Oh, that's interesting.
- Say,
I was wondering
about the property.
I don't know what kind of
plans you're having tonight
but maybe we could have
dinner together and--
- Oh, I would love to, mister?
- Grant.
- Yes, but I'm terribly busy.
However, Ray is having an open
house at singles residences
this afternoon at 2 P.M.
- What a tremendous view.
- Unusual, isn't it?
Excuse me.
The view is our main attraction.
Would you like to
take a look at it?
- I certainly would.
(somber piano music)
- The tennis courts are
open until 10 every night.
- [Woman] Oh, that's nice.
- And we're building
an additional 30 units
on the hill over there which
will offer an even nicer view.
- [Woman] Mmmmm.
(ominous music)
(dramatic music)
(dramatic piano music)
- They're great.
Probably win, okay?
(faint upbeat music)
- Hi, Carol.
- [Carol] Oh, Jenny.
- Any messages?
- Yeah, the Hensons the
called regarding condo 28.
They've decided to buy it.
And Ray called.
He wants to know if
you're still gonna
be able to go out
to lunch with him.
Jenny, you okay?
- Huh?
- [Carol] You okay?
- Yeah, I'm fine.
Who called?
(dramatic piano music)
(crickets chirping)
(pleasant piano music)
- I sold two more units today.
- Hm?
- In fact, we had to bring
the price down to a 135.
(people chattering)
The interest rates are
really beating us up.
- Mm-hmm.
- [Ray] Oh, lobster tail.
Well what're you gonna have?
- [Jenny] I don't know.
- What's the matter, Jenny?
You seem nervous or something.
- No, I just don't
feel too well.
- Why don't you take Sunday off?
- Not just Sunday--
- [Ray] Oh, hi, Mr. Grant.
- Hi.
- You know, I really haven't
had a vacation in quite awhile.
- [Ray] I know.
But you can't take
a vacation now.
That's impossible.
What about the fillet?
It's pretty good here.
- I don't know.
I don't think I
wanna eat at all.
- [Bartender] Have
you made up your mind?
- Yes.
(crickets chirping)
(doorbell ringing)
(pleasant radio piano music)
- Yes?
- Hi.
May I come in?
- I'm cooking dinner.
- Great, need some help?
- No, that's okay.
- Something's burning.
- Huh?
Damn it!
- Ah.
What was this supposed to be?
- Nothing, I'm not
exactly a gourmet cook.
- Don't throw them away.
We could've maybe
saved something.
- Oh, you're such an expert.
- I had a butler for
the past four years.
- Oh, really?
- Yeah.
Taught me everything.
So, how do you like it?
Medium or rare?
- Right, make yourself at home.
- Mm-hmm.
(pan sizzling)
Let's see, a little
onion powder.
A little garlic.
- No garlic, please.
- No garlic.
London bridge
is falling down
- Mr. Grant?
Don't you think you're
being just a bit pushy?
- Just a little.
(pleasant radio piano music)
Nothing better than a
home cooked meal, huh?
Got anything to drink?
- Milk, wine, beer,
- [Mike] Beer.
- Why are you staring at me?
- Nothing.
Would you be insulted
if I told you that
you remind me very much
of someone I once knew?
- It depends.
- [Mike] She looks
just like you.
- Were you in love with her?
- Very much.
- Did she love you too?
- I thought so.
- When did this happen?
- Oh, about four years ago.
- Did you ever
fall in love again?
- No.
Why are you always
running away from me?
- Who?
- You.
- I'm not running
away, I'm right here.
- At the office, at the
condo, at the restaurant.
- I guess I'm very busy.
- May I have another beer?
No, the other way.
With your teeth.
- You're crazy.
Mr. Grant.
- Bitch.
(pleasant piano music)
(water trickling)
(Olivia gasping)
(birds chirping)
(parrot squawking)
- [Olivia] I'll meet you
at the bridge at five.
(gentle piano music)
(dramatic piano music)
(ominous music)
(dramatic music)
(dramatic music)
- My mother will be very
angry when she finds out
that we are back together again.
- Don't you think you're
old enough by now to
make your own decisions?
You don't have to
listen to mommy anymore.
- I owe it to her.
- [Mike] Does she
still live in London?
- Yeah.
She came once to America
to visit me.
(door creaking)
- What's that?
Did you hear that?
- What?
- A noise outside.
- Only the wind.
Picks up at night at this
time of year in the desert.
(sinister music)
- Hey.
Did your mother tell
you to move to Arizona
and start a new life
under a new name?
- I wanted to get
away from everything.
I didn't know where to go
until they moved the bridge.
Now sleep, don't ask
me any more questions.
- You're right.
Now is what's important.
The past is passed.
(birds chirping)
(water trickling)
- Yes, but I know
what I'm doing.
Yes, I understand.
But I won't do that, ever.
I will.
I promise you, Mommy.
(electric toothbrush buzzing)
- [Mike] Olivia?
- Yes?
- [Mike] Are you alone in here?
- Yes.
- I thought I heard you
talking to somebody.
- I was just talking to myself.
- Oh.
- I'm going to be spending
all day in the office.
Would you like to take a boat
tour or anything like that?
- Nah, I think I'll
just relax at home.
- Okay.
Living on the ocean
Falling into Blue
Sharing a little secret
(upbeat music)
- [Carol] Hi, can I help you?
- Yes, please.
I'm a five, six and I'm--
- [Carol] Jenny?
- Hi, miss.
- [Carol] You look incredible.
You look terrific.
- Well, are there any messages?
- Lots.
- Well good.
- Like another person.
- A new complex with
on the shores of
the Colorado River
adjacent to the
famed London Bridge.
A new achievement in fine living
of elegance and ease,
fun and relaxation.
Beautifully designed and
skillfully constructed,
these condominiums offer
you and your family
the very finest of
features in deployment.
You've got your tennis,
swimming, sauna, sunning.
Two championship
18 hole golf course
and plus an executive...
Well things are
pretty hectic here,
I don't think I'll be
finished before 10.
- That late?
Oh no.
Oh sure, I understand.
Yeah, I love you too.
Okay, bye.
(ominous music)
(water sloshing)
(eerie music)
(electric toothbrush buzzing)
(sinister music)
(Mike gagging)
(crickets chirping)
(ominous music)
(gentle piano music)
(foreboding music)
You already asleep?
Sorry I was so late.
I had a great day at the office.
I sold two condos
and three lots.
The busiest day
I've had in ages.
Come on, Mike, wake up.
(sinister music)
(Olivia screaming)
(Olivia whimpering)
(foreboding music)
(dramatic piano music)
(foreboding music)
- [Richard] Forget
about that bloke.
He won't be back.
(pleasant music)
- See the ducks, Kevin?
(water splashing)
- [Boy] Any luck?
- [Boy In Yellow] Nah.
Those kids keep scaring
away all the fish.
(sinister music)
(kids shouting)
(water splashing)
- Come on, not again.
Oh crap, lost it again.
(water splashing)
(eerie music)
(girl screaming)
- What's she screaming about?
(girl screaming)
(ominous music)
- Well,
there we are, love.
Starting all over again.
(ominous music)
Why don't you get that
chicken out of the oven?
Ah, sensational.
Got a knife?
(eerie music)
Took me a long time
to get over it.
But I've decided to forgive you.
(eerie music)
London is always so bloody cold.
I most prefer it here.
So, aren't you interested in
where I've been all this time?
How I've finally
tracked you down?
(ominous music)
Well, that was a
great meal, love.
At least you haven't
forgotten how to cook.
(eerie music)
it's getting late.
I'll let you get
yourself undressed.
(parrots chirping)
What's the matter, love?
- I'm thirsty.
- How about you get yourself
a glass of water then?
- Okay.
(ominous music)
(unsettling music)
(crickets chirping)
(sinister music)
(knife squelching)
(Richard gagging)
(Richard gasping)
(parrots chirping)
(crickets chirping)
(ominous music)
(trunk clattering)
(dog barking)
(Olivia groaning)
(ominous music)
(water sloshing)
(foreboding music)
(Olivia grunting)
(ominous music)
(water bubbling)
- [Mother] Then the prince lead
Rapunzel away to his kingdom
where they remained as
one, alone and contented.
- Mommy?
- Yes?
- Am I going to
find a prince too?
- Oh yes, baby.
Every little girl will
find her prince someday.
- Will he play with
me and read me books?
- Of course.
And he'll take care
of you and love you
and the two of you will live
happily ever thereafter.
("London Bridge Is
Falling Down" piano music)
(crickets chirping)
(dramatic instrumental music)
(dramatic instrumental music)