Thomas Anderson "Alright It Was Frank - And He's Risen From the Dead and Gone Off with the Truck" (Out There Records, . Box 543, Norman, OK 73070).
He takes Neil home and says he has been withdrawn from Welton, only to be enrolled in a military academy to prepare him for Harvard so he can become a doctor. Unable to find the courage to stand up to his father and with no help from his mother, a distraught Neil commits suicide. Nolan investigates Neil's death at the request of the Perry family.
A man reflects on his life as he lays injured from a car crash, hoping the ambulance arrives in time to save him. "I Want My Baby Back". My friend drove off the other day/Now he's gone and all they say/Is you've gotta live 'cause life goes on". "Jerry Was a Race Car Driver". from the album At War With the Mystics. Frontman Wayne Coyne has described the song as a "teenager car crash ballad".
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Kate and Julia came toddling down the dark stairs at once. She had preceded him into the pantry to help him off with his overcoat. Gabriel smiled at the three syllables she had given his surname and glanced at her. She was a slim, growing girl, pale in complexion and with hay-coloured hair.
Paul Thomas Anderson on the set of 'Phantom Thread'. It was never somebody just walking right past. He cared about everybody. He’s one of the great humanist filmmakers. He was like our Jean Renoir.
Lyrics to "He's Gone" song by Grateful Dead: Rat in a drain ditch, caught on a limb, you know better but I know him. Like I told you, what I said. Goin' where the wind don't blow so strange, Maybe off on some high cold mountain chain. Lost one round but the price wasn't anything, A knife in the back and more of the same. Same old, rat in a drain ditch, caught on a limb, You know better but I know him.
He explains that while he maintains a bolt-hole in his adopted Manhattan, these days he prefers living out in the Catskills. This is family time, the 66-year-old says.