Too Late for TearsStreaming Video - 1949
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Alan Palmer: "What is it, Jane? I just don't understand you. I've tried to give you everything you wanted... everything I could." Jane Palmer: "Yes, you've given me a dozen down payments and installments for the rest of our lives."
Alan Palmer: "Jane, Jane, what's happening to us? What's happening? The money sits down there in an old leather bag, and yet it's tearing us apart. It's poison, Jane. It's changing you -- it's changing both of us." Jane Palmer: "I wish it were that simple, Alan... but I haven't changed. It's the way I am. You've got to let me keep that money." Alan Palmer: "Don't. Don't, Jane." Jane Palmer: "No Alan. I won't let you just give it away. Chances like this are never offered twice. This is it. I've been waiting for it -- dreaming of it all my life. Even when I was a kid. And it wasn't because we were poor. Not hungry poor, at least. I suppose, in a way, it was far worse. We were white-collar poor. Middle-class poor. The kind of people who can't quite keep up with the Joneses, and die a little every day because they can't."
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