Pol is male or female. This is a painful childhood incident, told before, perhaps to a therapist, and now privately recollected in 'interiorizing'. Pol is English or something else?
1. GRAMS: (ESTABLISH SERIOUS MUSIC.)
(THIS IS MUSIC BED FOR WHOLE)
(CAR PULLING UP ON GRAVEL.)
2. POL: When I was - perhaps ten, Papa and Mummy and the family, - we'd just arrived home in the Pontiac and it had just got dark.
Nobody spoke for the whole trip, not a peep. Patti just pulled at the pages of my book.
My father stopped the car in the driveway.
But instead of any of us getting out right away like we usually did, we all just sat in the car staring ahead and not speaking for a very long time.
3. GRAMS: (CAR DOOR SLAMS. FADE OUT MUSIC)
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