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This programme contains scenes of a sexual nature, some violent scenes,

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some scenes which some viewers may find upsetting

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and some strong language.

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There are no journalists here.

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There are drugs.

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The therapies are complex, difficult.

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But we have options.

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When I was a child...

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..I had an older sister.

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Before Donatella was born.

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Her name was Tina.

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At ten years old, she became very ill...

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..with peritonitis.

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My parents sent me away to live with my aunt and my uncle

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while they nursed her.

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But I couldn't be away from my family for long, so...

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one day, I ran all the way back home.

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And when I walked into the house...

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..I saw her,

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my older sister,

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in an open casket surrounded by white flowers.

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No-one had told me she had died.

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Until that moment, I always believed

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that if you get sick,

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you can also get better.

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HE GROANS GENTLY

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I need to talk to him.

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DOOR CLOSES

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What is Versace without you?

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It will be you.

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SHE SCOFFS

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Who am I without you?

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You will find out.

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-HE SIGHS

-You hate me, don't you?

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He wasn't enough for you?

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This house, this life.

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You wanted more.

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More fun, more men.

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I understand. That is your business.

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But why bring him into it?

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Cos he chose to.

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No, he chose you.

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He went along with it because of you.

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Because he knew what you were thinking.

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"Not handsome enough for handsome Antonio."

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I am not a villain.

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And he's not a saint.

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My brother has a weakness for beauty.

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He forgives it anything.

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But I am not my brother.

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But we can agree on something.

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You knew he wanted a family.

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Why didn't you give him one?

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Cos we're not allowed.

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You could have found a way.

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He celebrated your marriage.

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He shed tears of joy in church for your fucking union!

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What have you done but belittle me and criticise his choice?

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What have you done for him?

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What have you given him?

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Stability? Safety?

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Children?

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If you had given him anything, I would have given you respect.

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But you've given him nothing.

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DOOR OPENS, SLAMS

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VERSACE: I try not to be bitter, Antonio.

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I was never bitter before.

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If I was sad, I create.

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If I was angry, I create.

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But now, I'm too...I'm too sick.

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I'm too sick to-to work and too sick to...

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For the first time in my life, I'm jealous.

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I'm jealous of him.

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I'm jealous of her. I...

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I just want it out, Antonio.

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I just want it out, my love.

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I just want it out. Just get it out of me, my love. Get it...

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FOOTSTEPS APPROACHING SLOWLY

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I need us to be a family.

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I cannot do this if we're not.

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Donatella, please.

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-Please.

-DONATELLA SIGHS

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He's gone, Antonio.

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There is no need for us to pretend any more.

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DOORS CLOSE

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-REPORTERS CLAMOURING

-Donatella!

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-MAN:

-Versace!

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CAMERA SHUTTERS CLICKING

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-WOMAN:

-Donatella!

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MOTORCYCLE ENGINE REVVING

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CLAMOURING CONTINUES FAINTLY

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FOOTSTEPS APPROACHING

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SNIFFLES

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CRYING SOFTLY

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-QUIETLY:

-Gianni.

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Amore...amore mio.

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Amore mio.

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SOBS

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Amore mio.

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CRYING

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After everything he survived,

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to be killed like this.

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# I crank it up when I'm feeling low

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# My troubles topple like dominoes

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# Everything is going my way

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# You'll find me where the music plays

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# Inside my radio... #

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-WOMAN:

-It's going to hit a high of 84 degrees

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and a low of 64 today in Florence...

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-REPORTER:

-..the investigation of the brutal murder of Lee Miglin,

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with police pursuing suspect Andrew Cunanan...

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MUSIC: Gloria by Laura Branigan

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# Calling, Gloria

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# Gloria

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-HE HUMS ALONG

-# Don't you think you're falling?

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# If everybody wants you

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# Why isn't anybody calling?

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# You don't have to answer

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# Leave them hanging on the li-ine

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# Oh, oh, oh

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# Calling Gloria...

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# Gloria

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# Gloria

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# I think they got your number

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# Gloria

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# I think they got the alias

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# Gloria

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# That you've been living under

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# Gloria

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# But you really don't remember

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# Was it something that they said?

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# Are the voices in your head

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# Calling, Gloria?

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# Gloria

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# How's it going to go down?

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# Will you meet him on the main line

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# Or will you catch him on the re... #

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WOMAN SPEAKING SPANISH ON TV

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CLEARS THROAT

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SIGHS

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MUMBLING UNDER BREATH

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Hello. I don't have a reservation, and I know

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it's very unlikely because this hotel has such a great position

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right next to the oceanfront, but by any chance, do you have a room?

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If you have ID.

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"Kurt DeMarrs."

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-You're French?

-I was born in Nice.

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-Have you ever been?

-To Nice? No.

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It's beautiful. You should go sometime.

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I hope to go back soon, maybe raise a family. But first,

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I need to make my way in the world.

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I'm a fashion student. I travelled all the way here

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just so I can share a few words with Mr Versace.

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I hear he's very open to having conversations

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with young, aspiring students.

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-A fashion student?

-Don't judge by the clothes.

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I don't have a dollar to spend on them.

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But I think Mr Versace will find my conversation very excellent.

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I would say, "Sir, nothing is more inspiring to me

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"than that one outfit that Carla Bruni wore."

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It was a skirt of crinoline, like a giant floral handkerchief,

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fastened with a gold belt,

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and daringly mismatched with a denim shirt.

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I don't know much about crinoline or Mr Versace,

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but how does 29.99 a night sound?

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Cash only. Paid in advance. No exceptions.

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Are you saying that some people actually leave here without paying?

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All the time.

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I chased one man.

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Ran two blocks.

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-Did you catch him?

-No.

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And I didn't want to.

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I was just trying to make sure I kept my job.

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BOTH LAUGH

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MUFFLED CHATTER FROM OTHER ROOMS

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I'll take this camera.

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And that hat,

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and...sunglasses, the black ones.

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WINDING DISPOSABLE CAMERA

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SHUTTER CLICKING

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-EVANS:

-Andrew Cunanan, 27 years old. He's killed four men.

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His murder spree began in Minneapolis.

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Next murder was in the countryside by East Rush Lake.

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Third victim was in Chicago.

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The fourth man was in New Jersey.

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-Why do you think he's now in Miami?

-We don't know where he is.

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He's made the Bureau's Top Ten Most Wanted, which means right now,

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every FBI office in the country has agents looking for him.

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Do you think he's more or less likely to be here

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compared to, say, Los Angeles or San Diego...

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We intend to do our job on the assumption that he's coming here.

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LORI: We're talking about a really small area.

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The most popular gay venues are Twist,

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Warsaw Ballroom, Salvation,

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Amnesia...

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The Beach on 12th Street, and we're here.

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If he comes here, pretty much he'll have to walk right past us.

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We could visit these places in a day. I'm happy to take you around.

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Let's get the flyers out,

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meet the bar owners, community leaders...

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-All right. Detective...

-HE CLEARS HIS THROAT

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..you haven't read the case files,

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Cunanan won't be a regular tourist.

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He's a predatory escort, which means he's going to target

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closeted, older, wealthy homosexuals.

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Now, I've been told that bars in Fort Lauderdale

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serve those kinds of men.

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So, you don't want to canvass South Beach as well?

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-Get the flyers out there.

-We only have ten right now.

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We're having more printed.

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-When will they be ready?

-The flyers aren't a priority for us.

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Well, that's certainly clear.

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I don't want to be a pain.

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I don't want to be a pain. I don't want to be a pain.

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I don't want to be a pain, but growing up, I spent my summers

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swimming off the coast of Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat,

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so, being this close to the ocean,

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but not being able to see the water...

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..it makes me sad.

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Don't tell anyone...

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..or they'll think I'm going soft.

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QUIETLY: I won't say a word.

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WAVES CRASHING, BIRDS SQUAWKING

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Hey, is that girl Amy still locked up?

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I'm sure she'll be out soon. It's fine.

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I'm Andy.

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I heard Miriam call you Kurt.

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What does Miriam call you?

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Everybody calls me Ronnie.

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Know where to score?

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I don't do this kind of work any more.

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I mean, I've done it, but...

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Look at me. Who am I kidding?

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Did you have a bad experience?

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I didn't have a good one.

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I worked at an AIDS awareness initiative in San Diego.

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I was a volunteer. I've helped a lot of people in my life.

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When they were sick, when they were short of cash,

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or when they needed someone...

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they came to me.

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You sick?

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No.

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-Would you tell me if you were?

-I might.

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You know, I don't tell most people, cos...

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most people freak out.

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I'm not most people.

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A few years ago, I was so close to dying.

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I had said all my good-byes, spent all my money.

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Living like I had one month to live.

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And then...

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..they gave me these magic pills, and...

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suddenly I'm not going to die.

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They had handed me my life back, and...

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I didn't know what to do with it, so I came out here.

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I read someplace that people like living by the ocean

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who don't have much living left.

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You lose anyone?

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Lost my best friend.

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And the love of my life.

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I'm sorry.

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Recently?

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This year.

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Both of them?

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Yeah.

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What brings you to Miami?

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-I know people.

-Oh, yeah?

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-Versace.

-Versace?

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-He's a fashion designer, lives in...

-No, no, I know who he is, just...

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-You're friends?

-Yeah, we met in San Francisco.

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I was helping him with the costumes for Capriccio.

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It's an opera he was working on.

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And one night...

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he treated me to a meal at Stars.

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Anyone who's anyone eats there. You know it?

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Uh, Stars? No.

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It made a celebrity out of its head chef.

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Jeremiah Towers?

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Well, anyway, that's when he proposed to me.

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Didn't work out, but...

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we're still friends.

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You ever wonder "what if"?

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Every day.

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Yeah, he's a big deal out here.

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Very popular. He's always around.

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You can say hi, he'll say hi back.

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So I hear.

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Nice man.

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I'm not that into his clothes, though.

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Well, that's because you don't know him.

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-I don't know him.

-HE CHUCKLES

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No, I don't know him, but his stores have windows.

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I can see through the glass.

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The more you know him, the more you'll like his clothes.

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-Is that so?

-The man invented his own fabrics.

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When they told him what he wanted wasn't possible,

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he just created it himself.

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Ever heard of Oroton?

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-Oroton?

-It's a fine chain mail mesh of aluminium alloy

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so light that a woman can wear it on a hot summer's day.

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-Sounds real nice.

-ANDREW SCOFFS

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I don't see something nice.

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I see the man behind it.

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A great creator.

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A man I could have been.

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Been with?

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Yeah.

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Andy...

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Don't worry about money. I'm going to share this with you 50-50.

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I look after my friends.

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That's always been important to me.

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I don't know what to say.

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How many times have you done this before?

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-Two? Three?

-Yeah.

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How many people do you employ in business?

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300?

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5,000...globally.

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WHISTLES

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I can be submissive.

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You have no idea.

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MUSIC: Easy Lover by Phil Collins

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# Easy lover

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# She'll get a hold on you, believe it... #

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MAN GROANS

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-# Like no other... #

-MUFFLED GROANING

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# Before you know it, you'll be on your knees... #

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You're helpless.

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# She's an easy lover

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# She'll take your heart

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-# But you won't feel it... #

-Accept it.

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-MUFFLED GROANING

-# She's like no other

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# And I'm just trying to make you see

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-VOLUME INCREASES:

-# She's the kind of girl you dream of... #

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-LOUD GROANING

-# Dream of keeping hold of

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# You'd better forget it... #

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Accept it.

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# You'll never get it... #

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Accept it!

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# She will play around and leave you

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# Leave you and deceive you

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# Better forget it... #

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LOUD GROANING

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# Oh, you'll regret it

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# No, you'll never change her, so leave it

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-# Leave it... #

-Accept it.

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# Get out quick cos seeing is believing

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# It's the only way

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# You'll ever know... #

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Hey, hey, hey. GROANING

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Last chance.

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-HE GASPS FOR BREATH

-# She's an easy lover

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# She'll get a hold on you

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-# Believe it... #

-WHIMPERING

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# She's like no other

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# Before you know it... #

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Isn't that special?

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# You'll be down on your knees

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-# She's an easy lover... #

-WHIMPERING

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Anything else, sir?

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If you could come back in... 30 minutes for the trays.

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Of course, sir. 30 minutes.

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You know, my mom used to bring me lobster when I was at school.

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She'd bring it to me for lunch.

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While all the other kids were eating peanut butter and jelly sandwiches,

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here I was...

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with my little sachet

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of cracked black pepper

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wrapped up like a little gram of cocaine.

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HE SIGHS

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WOMAN: 911. What's your emergency?

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I...

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What's your emergency?

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Nothing.

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MUSIC: Back To Life by Soul II Soul

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Why does she have to hire these women?

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What don't you like?

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They look ill.

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-CAMERA SHUTTERS CLICKING MAN:

-Donatella!

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Girls, can you give us the room?

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I need to talk to my brother.

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Mamma Mia. OK.

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I will continue later. OK?

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What happened? You agreed to try them.

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Yes, Donatella, but I want my models to look like they enjoy life!

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Like they eat, at least.

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Like they laugh, like they dance, they make love.

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-What do those girls enjoy?

-Front covers.

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So, you think I cannot make the front cover any more?

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Everybody's talking about Galliano and McQueen.

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-What are they doing next?

-Should I be asking myself,

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"What are people talking about?"

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If you want to sell any clothes, yes.

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No, Donatella. It comes from here first.

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From here, and then, you hire the photographers,

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and then you throw the parties, and then you ask celebrities

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to wear our clothes, but that comes second.

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I'm worried, Gianni. Our shows were the future once.

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When did I become the past?

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People see the same models, and they say the same thing.

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"Versace, great, masterful, but I know this guy.

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"I knew him ten years ago, and here he is again."

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Donatella, I get better every day, stronger.

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It's a miracle.

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Maybe one day, I will tire of being thankful that I'm alive.

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Maybe one day, it won't seem like a miracle,

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and I will be able to produce a show as dark

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and as morbid as you desire.

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But until that day, life is special.

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Life is precious, and that is how I feel.

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And my shows must be about what I feel.

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If not, they are about nothing.

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Do you really think people will hear those words

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when they see your clothes? They won't.

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You're wrong. They will know. They won't know the details, of course,

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but they will feel those emotions

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because the clothes will make them feel them.

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OK, you dress your girls, I dress mine.

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-We'll see who wins.

-Perfect. Let's fight.

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We're family, it's OK to fight. We'll fight.

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-What dress will end the show?

-A bride in a silver dress

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with a veil pulled back behind her head, not covering her face.

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Mm. How original.

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Not a virgin bride, a Versace bride.

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She will be a woman who's loved many men before.

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A woman who's finally found her equal, a match for her passions.

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She won't be dainty, she won't be timid.

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She will be proud and strong.

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And that's how I will end my show.

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Our show.

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Our show. Now get the girls.

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MUSIC: You Showed Me by The Turtles

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CAMERA SHUTTERS CLICKING

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APPLAUSE

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# You showed me how to do

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# Exactly what you do, how I fell in love with you... #

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MUTED APPLAUSE

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# Oh, oh-oh, it's true

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# Oh, I love you

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# And when I tried it... #

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-ENTHUSIASTIC APPLAUSE

-# I could see you fall

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# And I decided

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# It's not a trip at all

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# You showed me how to do

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# Exactly what you do... #

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-APPLAUSE AND CHEERING

-# How I fell in love with you

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# You showed me what to say

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# Exactly what you say

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# In that very special way

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# You taught it to me, too

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# Exactly what you do

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# And now you love me, too... #

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APPLAUSE AND CHEERING SWELL

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# You love me, too. #

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APPLAUSE AND CHEERING SWELL

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SNIFFS

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LAUGHING

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LAUGH ECHOES

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-RONNIE:

-I used to be a florist, you know.

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I was a good one.

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I was thinking about starting up again here in Miami.

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Just running a little kiosk.

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It would need two people to run it.

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You and me.

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And...

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we get along well enough, I think, yeah?

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Anything's got to be better than working that beach.

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Don't you think? Andy?

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I'm going to take a shower.

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OK.

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Yeah, yeah, a sh... uh, a shower. Why not?

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SHOWER RUNNING

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Andrew?

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What'd you do?

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Nothing.

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I've done...

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..nothing.

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I've done nothing my whole life.

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That's the truth.

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We're out.

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I'll get more.

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ANTONIO LAUGHS

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Hey, one second.

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Hey. Come join us.

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I will. I will be there.

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Go play. Go play.

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I don't want this any more.

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I want you.

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I want to marry you.

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You can say it in the morning.

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But can you say it in the evening?

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LOCK BUZZES

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Where'd you get this?

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It's a remarkable story.

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MAN WOLF WHISTLES

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Baby!

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Your sister's here!

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Come on, Gianni. I'm here.

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The real Donatella has a key.

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-Oh, come on, Gianni. Let me in.

-Not tonight.

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Come on, baby. Gianni.

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VERSACE: No, no, no, baby.

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-Gianni, let me in!

-Babe, baby, I've to...I've told you so many times.

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I can only handle one Donatella. One is enough.

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-I wear Versace.

-Versace. Yeah, brava.

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Baby, big kiss for you, but I cannot let you in.

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One is enough. OK?

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Will I see you again?

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I'm sure of it.

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You don't have that money, do you?

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We were friends.

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That was real, right?

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When someone asks you if we were friends...

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..you'll say no.

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-MAN ON RADIO:

-Cunanan has been the subject of a manhunt for months.

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He's 27 years old,

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stands five feet, 10½ inches,

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dark brown hair and eyes,

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with a gift of changing his appearance.

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He's sought in connection with four murders...

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-Hi. What would you like to order?

-Tuna combo.

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2.99.

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Keep the change.

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Tuna.

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Can you cover me?

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-WOMAN:

-911. What's your emergency?

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I don't know his name. He was on America's Most Wanted.

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-Is this man black or white?

-White guy.

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The white guy who killed four white guys. He's here. No joke.

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Send everything right now.

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SIREN WAILING

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How are you? Good to see you again.

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Let me see your ID.

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Ah!

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Ciao.

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Hey.

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-You good?

-Yeah.

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DANCE MUSIC PLAYING FAINTLY

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-Hey.

-Sorry. Hi.

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-Hi. So nice to meet you.

-You're amazing.

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I don't want that any more.

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I want you, Gianni.

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I want to marry you.

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Let's go. Let's go.

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I'm Brad.

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I'm Andy.

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So, what do you do?

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I'm a serial killer.

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What?!

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I said I'm a banker. HE CHUCKLES

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I'm a stockbroker. I'm a shareholder.

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I-I'm a paperback writer.

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I'm a cop. I'm a naval officer.

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Sometimes I'm a spy.

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I build movie sets in Mexico

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and...and skyscrapers in Chicago. I sell propane in Minneapolis.

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I import pineapples from the Philippines.

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You know, I'm the person least likely to be forgotten.

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I'm Andrew Cunanan.

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July 1997, Miami. Donatella Versace has long disapproved of Antonio, her brother's partner, while killer Andrew Cunanan has been in town since May, netting new friend Ronnie with fresh-spun stories. The truth-based US drama shifts back in time to reveal more of events preceding the shooting.


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