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  • She was Lo. Plain Lo in the morning.

  • Standing four feet ten in one sock.

  • She was Lola in slacks.

  • She was Dolly at school.

  • She was Dolores on the dotted line.

  • In my arms, she was always...

  • ..Lolita.

  • Light of my life.

  • Fire of my loins.

  • My sin.

  • My soul.

  • Lolita.

  • But there might have been no Lolita at all...

  • ..had I not first met Annabel.

  • We were both 14.

  • Whatever happens to a boy during the summer he's 14...

  • ..can mark him for life.

  • That hotel you see, the Mirana,...

  • ..that belonged to us.

  • She wanted to be a nurse.

  • I wanted to be a spy.

  • All at once we were madly, hopelessly in love.

  • Four months later, she died of typhus.

  • The shock of her death froze something in me.

  • The child I loved was gone.

  • But I kept looking for her...

  • ..long after I'd left my own childhood behind.

  • The poison was in the wound, you see.

  • And the wound wouldn't heal.

  • I probably should have joined the priesthood.

  • Instead, I accepted a teaching post at Beardsley College in America.

  • I had a summer free before the Fall semester.

  • I thought I'd finish a textbook I was working on.

  • A survey of French literature for American students.

  • I took my advance...

  • ..and went to live at the house of friends of my late uncle's, the McCoos,...

  • ..in the New England town of Ramsdale.

  • But on arriving, I found that it was no longer there.

  • But a friend of Mrs McCoo,...

  • ..a widow, Mrs Charlotte Haze,...

  • ..agreed to accommodate me.

  • - Goddamn dog!

  • One minute. Something's burnin'.

  • Lord have mercy!

  • Mrs Haze'll be down in one.

  • ls that Professor Humbert, Louise? Tell him I'll be down in one.

  • She'll be down in one!

  • Monsieur Humbert.

  • Uh, yes.

  • Mrs Haze, is it?

  • Charlotte.

  • I am so pleased to make your acquaintance.

  • Frank McCoo told me all about your scholarly pursuits.

  • I myself just cherish the French tongue.

  • Um... I wonder, could l...

  • Mm. Come in.

  • Harold and l, the late Mr Haze,...

  • ..we simply adored Mexico.

  • The whole idea of a culture that sophisticated.

  • And we think of them as primitive.

  • I mean, look at us!

  • Indeed, yes.

  • Upstairs.

  • I and Lo have our rooms just there.

  • And this is your room.

  • Space for a desk, anything you want.

  • And at $20 a month, you can't beat the price.

  • And here's the bathroom. It's a bit of a mess.

  • And this is the kitchen.

  • Now, if you have any special food needs, you just say.

  • I don't know if Ramsdale can provide you with foie gras, like you're used to.

  • What's that?

  • Uh... timetable. For when I um...

  • I was hoping I wouldn't have to, but I think I've got to go back to New York.

  • - Oh, you're not too favourably impressed. - No... There's a Baudelaire conference...

  • This is not a neat household, but you would be very comfortable here.

  • Very comfortable indeed.

  • Don't say no until you've seen the piazza.

  • Come.

  • Well, I call it the piazza.

  • It's so much work to keep it healthy and green.

  • It's a life's work.

  • That's my Lo.

  • And these are my lilies.

  • I love lilies.

  • - Lily's a nice name, don't you think? - Beautiful.

  • Beautiful!

  • How much did you say the room was?

  • A normal man,...

  • ..given a group photograph of schoolgirls...

  • ..and asked to point out the loveliest one,...

  • ..will not necessarily choose the nymphet among them.

  • You have to be an artist,...

  • ..a madman, full of shame and melancholy and despair,...

  • ..in order to recognise the little deadly demon among the others.

  • She stands...

  • ..unrecognised by them,...

  • ..unconscious herself of her fantastic power.

  • - See you later, alligator. - After a while, crocodile!

  • - Real soon, Daniel Boone. - Get fucked, Daffy Duck.

  • # Don't know why... there's no sun up in the sky

  • # Stormy weather

  • # Since my man and I ain't together...

  • You woke me up.

  • - Sorry.

  • I'll stop.

  • Dolores! Have you made your bed?

  • No, I have not made my bed.

  • I asked you to make your bed, didn't l?

  • No. You asked me if I'd made my bed.

  • Make your bed.

  • - Now!

  • I long for some terrific disaster.

  • Earthquake.

  • Spectacular explosion.

  • Make your bed!

  • Her mother instantly eliminated.

  • Along with everybody else for miles around.

  • Lolita...

  • ..in my arms.

  • I'm sleepy today.

  • Me too.

  • Have you been having trouble sleeping?

  • You can't imagine.

  • Am I getting a zit?

  • What?

  • Do you see a pimple on my chin?

  • You look absolutely perfect to me.

  • Wanna see my chin wobble?

  • OK.

  • Humbert!

  • Humbert...

  • Is she keeping you up?

  • I beg your pardon?

  • No!

  • No. No, I'm...

  • No.

  • Well, it's probably just a 24-hour bug.

  • He was looking forward to meeting you.

  • Has anybody seen my other sneaker?!

  • Your breakfast, Professor Humbert.

  • Don't tell Mother, but I ate all your bacon.

  • - Dolores, that was Mrs Farlow. - So?

  • Rose has a temperature and can't go to Hourglass Lake.

  • - Oh, yeah? - Do not use that tone with me!

  • Are you ready for church?

  • I'm not going to that disgusting church.

  • - Young lady... - No picnic, no church.

  • That is fine with me. It is your conscience.

  • I want your room spick-and-span when I get home.

  • - And wash your hair, young lady. - I did wash it!

  • - When? - A couple of months ago.

  • I could be a dancer.

  • That's a major option.

  • Cos I do have a natural grace.

  • - You know. A kind of sad beauty. - Sort of sad is right.

  • I'd like to see you dance sometime.

  • Little girls always want to be ballerinas, don't they?

  • I know I did.

  • But I was - how should I put it? - a tad too... plump?

  • - Is that the right word? - Yes.

  • I'll get more Vouvray.

  • Make her take us to Hourglass Lake tomorrow.

  • - Me? - Mm-hm.

  • She'll do anything you say.

  • She's getting a thing about you.

  • Whisper, whisper.

  • What are you two so cosy about?

  • Um... Did I ever tell you both that...

  • ..l was once a...

  • ..that I was once a... um...

  • Uh... that l... I was once a cook in the North Pole?

  • - A cook? - Well, not exactly a cook.

  • I opened a few cans.

  • It was a weather expedition. And I shot a polar bear.

  • - No! - Well, I didn't hit it.

  • Why shoot a polar bear? That's a lousy thing to do.

  • Because I found it...

  • ..with its face - listen to this - in the ice-cream mixer.

  • I couldn't let that pass because we lived off ice cream.

  • You're out of your gourd, Humpy.

  • Will you stop fidgeting with the doll?

  • And now we all think that Lo should go to bed.

  • Lo?

  • What do you mean "we", paleface?

  • So, as I was saying, there I was with my white polar-bear gun...

  • -..to blend in.

  • It's for me!

  • Hello?

  • - No, I'm sorry. She's busy. - I hope you will forgive her bad manners.

  • - Now what?!

  • Look! It's my modern dance creation!

  • Dolores Haze, turn that music down!

  • She is a pest. Just slap her hard if she interferes with your meditations.

  • Psst!

  • Hum...

  • Hum, do you know that I have one most ambitious dream?

  • To get a hold of a real trained maid...

  • ..like that German girl that the Talbots spoke of...

  • ..and have her live in the house.

  • - No room. - Oh, chéri, chéri.

  • You underestimate the possibilities of our humble household.

  • We'd put her in Lo's room.

  • I intended to turn that hole into a guest room anyway.

  • But where would Lo sleep?

  • Little Lo does not enter the picture at all.

  • Little Lo goes straight from camp to a good boarding school...

  • ..with strict discipline and some sound religious training.

  • I won't go!

  • I want all of these name tags sewn on your clothes by tomorrow.

  • I don't want to go.

  • I didn't ask your opinion!

  • I don't want to go and you can't make me.

  • Look, we all think it's a good idea.

  • Professor Humbert thinks it's a good idea, I think it's a good idea, and you are going!

  • Double-crosser!

  • Ow!

  • I asked you to put that suitcase in the car an hour ago!

  • Louise, thank you so much for helping the poor child.

  • Goddamn it! Dolores, I told you to put this lunch basket in the back seat!

  • Why always tell me to do everything?

  • I'm the one that won't be eating it.

  • Louise! Brussels sprouts and meat loaf for dinner.

  • - All right. Drive careful. - Thank you. Let's go!

  • - Bye, my baby. - Bye, Louise.

  • - You be good. I'm gonna miss you. - Agh!

  • Dolores!

  • Let's go!

  • Speed it up!

  • Get in the car!

  • Now what?! That child!

  • - Louise, maybe tenderloin. - That'd be good.

  • I'm waiting!

  • If I've told you once, I've told you a thousand times...

  • ..not to make me wait in the car.

  • If you weren't going to camp, I would ground you.

  • Mr Humble!

  • These damn stairs are gonna be the death of me.

  • Mr Humble!

  • Mr Humble!

  • Mr Humble?

  • I have something for you.

  • Oh, yes.

  • I'm leaving, but I'll be back later.

  • What the hell he doin' in there?

  • This is a confession.

  • I love you.

  • I'm a passionate and lonely woman...

  • ..and you are the love of my life.

  • Now you know.

  • So please, destroy this letter and go.

  • I shall return by dinner time and you must be gone by then.

  • You see, chéri, if l found you at home,...

  • ..the fact of your remaining would mean only one thing.

  • That you want me as much as I do you, as a lifelong mate,...

  • ..and that you are ready to link up your life with mine for ever and ever...

  • ..and be a father to my little girl.

  • Two weeks later, we were married in a simple ceremony.

  • Big Haze made sure little Haze was not in attendance.

  • Mm. This is bliss.

  • This is heaven on earth. Isn't it, Hump?

  • Mm.

  • Are you working on your book?

  • Yes.

  • Oh, a secret drawer. What's in there?

  • Locked-up love letters.