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The Artist Scene 30

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Scene 30

Scene 30

  • George is all dressed up with nowhere to go. He sits on his bed aimlessly.
  • He's surprised to see Clifton, who tells George that he works for Miss Miller now.
  • "Once again, she's looking out for you," says Clifton as he hands George a script.
  • George looks uncertain. Does he want to be looked out for? He tosses the script on the bed.
  • Clifton tells him to beware of his pride.
  • Now alone in Peppy's house, George snoops around a little.
  • He discovers a large room filled with ghosts—oh wait, actually those are just objects covered in sheets.
  • George begins pulling off the sheets to reveal…all of his possessions that had been sold in the auction.
  • In a frenzy, he whips off the sheets, revealing his suits, furniture and art.
  • There's a closeup on a sculpture of the "Three Wise Monkeys" – a symbol of the saying "see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil."
  • George rips off a sheet to unveil the large portrait of him that used to hang in his foyer. He is confronted (literally) with his former self.
  • He is horrified and storms out of the house, ripping off his bandages as he leaves.

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