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Pretty Woman - Did I Say That?
I believe its in the part where Julia and Richard are fighting in the hotel after the lawyer found out she was a hooker. She is yelling at him and messes up her line..not sure if she should continue she looks at the camera nervously then continues with her performance.
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L'Ecrivian writes:
Actually, the mistake is in the script. What happened is, before she says that line she's yelling at Edward about "he made her feel the cheapest she'd ever felt" and he said "I don't that" and later, as she was saying the line ("I say who, I say when....I say who!") Vivian was supposed to slip it up because the next line would be how much and Edwards comment would be proven true. What do you all think?
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Linda writes:
right, but she is upset in this scene and I think that is why she messes this up. She is trying to repeat what her and Kit say and because she is upset, she can't think of the last one and repeats herself. If it was right or wrong, it sounded good because she was upset but it may have been intentional.
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Leah writes:
Actually that's not a slip-up. She was mad, so just like Kit said to her in the beginning, "I say who, I say when, I say how much." If she had said that it would have been proving Edwards point so she repeated herself. And the look was a look like "That didn't make much sense, but anyway." And she goes on.
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anonymous writes:
She is supposed to say the line like that because Vivian is angry that Edward told his lawyer about her and she thinks that this means Stuckey (the lawyer) will now think he can 'employ' her too. Repeating the "I say who" part emphasizes this anger and that she should be able to choose who she works for instead of having people forced upon her. As for looking at the camera, if you watch the film you will see that this does not happen.
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Meg writes:
She is supposed to say who twice. If she said "I say who, I say when and I say how much", he would have known that $100 was more than she's used to getting per hour.
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jmarty2 writes:
"I say who, I say when, I say....W-Who?!" I've noticed this before (of course I have the whole movie memorized) I think it was supposed to be "I say who, I say when, I say how much" because that is what Kit says to Vivian in the beginning of the movie. And while on the subject, has anyone seen the TV version of the movie? The lines are completely different. Very frustrating for someone who can recite along with the movie!
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