Neighborhood Kid Quotes in The Brink's Job (1978)
Neighborhood Kid Quotes:
Neighborhood Kid: Hey Tony, you're the greatest! Nobody ever do what you did, Tony!
[Marget's car pulls in the White House driveway. Margret and Carrie sit for a moment or two. Margret stare at the house, awhile Carrie looks down]
Margaret White: Lets go inside little girl, *Margret exhales* you need to come inside with me.
Carrie White: Momma why didn't you tell me? I was so scared momma, I thought I was gonna die.
[Margret ignores and and starts getting out of the car]
Carrie White: Momma they laughed at me and they threw at me.
Margaret White: We'll talk about this inside Carrie.
[Margret closes the car door and walks towards the house. Carrie is fed up, momma always does this]
Carrie White: [Carrie gets out of the car] NO!
[Margret stops and turns to Carrie. Carrie's voice gets quieter with each word]
Carrie White: I wanna talk about it right here. I don't- I don't wanna go inside with you.
[Carrie gets back in the car and closes the door while Margret continues into the house. Carrie regrets saying that, she's never said anything like that to momma before. Suddenly a loud bang on the window distracts her]
Neighborhood Kid: Crazy Carrie. Crazy Carrie. *snort*
[the boy rides his bike around the car, Carrie goes from shocked to angry]
Neighborhood Kid: Crazy Carrie. Crazy Carrie.
[the boy is pushed to the ground falling off his bike]
Neighborhood Kid: [Both the boy and Carrie are shocked. The boy quickly gets up and rides away, Carrie watches him, then looks up towards heavenly light above and back down]
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