A pair of childhood friends and neighbors fall for each other's sons.

Lil: It was just important for us to know it hadn't gone away.
Lil: That it was still alive.
Lil: Christ, I felt like I would suffocate if I didn't have it.
[last lines]
Ian: [having swum to the raft] Good morning.
Lil: Doctors say you'll live.
Ian: [scoffs] Do they have any good news?
Roz: Well, I hope you're pleased with yourself.
Ian: I just told the truth, that's all.
Roz: That's all? And you think that's somethings to be proud of?
Ian: Somebody had to.
Roz: No, nobody had to, unless they wanted to cause as much damage as possible, Ian.
Lil: You are the only one who hasn't behaved badly.
Roz: Then it probably *is* my fault.
Ian: [about the children] You get them over excited.
Roz: No, we spoil them is what we do. That's what grandmothers are supposed to do.

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