A mod London photographer seems to find something very suspicious in the shots he has taken of a mysterious beauty in a desolate park.

Thomas: Nothing like a little disaster for sorting things out.
Thomas: I wish I had tons of money... Then I'd be free.
Thomas: Don't let's spoil everything, we've only just met.
Jane: No, we haven't met. You've never seen me.
The Blonde: Couldn't you give us just a couple of minutes?
Thomas: Couple of minutes? I haven't even got a couple of minutes to have my appendix out.
Jane: What are you doing? Stop it! Stop it! Give me those pictures. You can't photograph people like that.
Thomas: Who says I can't? I'm only doing my job. Some people are bullfighters, some people are politicians. I'm a photographer.
Thomas: She isn't my wife, really. We just have some kids. No, no kids, not even kids. Sometimes, though, it feels as if we had kids. She isn't beautiful, she's... easy to live with. No, she isn't. That's why I don't live with her.
Thomas: [seeing Verushka, the model, at a party the evening of the day she had just told the photographer that he'd better hurry because she had to catch a plane to Paris] I thought you were supposed to be in Paris.
Verushka: [taking a toke of her marijuana cigarette] I *am* in Paris!
Thomas: What do you they call you in bed?
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Ron: What did you see in that park?
Thomas: Nothing... Ron.
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Mime: Give me your money. Do it.
Thomas: Someone's been killed. I want you to see the corpse.