The Stranger 2
Oh, don't tell me . . . Now what am I gonna do?
Do you want to roll down your window?
Car trouble, huh? Look, don't worry about me. I was just taking pictures . . . over there. Well, why don't you pop open the hood, and I'll check it out, OK?
OK. Try it now. OK, start it up.
Are you all right?
Oh, my God, I am so sorry.
Do you want to sit down? Look, I'm so . . . oh, God, I'm sorry. Let me see. It's not bleeding...
It s, it s not your fault. It s OK.
I know it's not my fault, but it's my car and I feel terrible. I should get this hood fixed.
Yeah, that's a good idea . . . Look, look, I'm sorry I scared you.
Oh . . . it's OK. It's just with all the stories you hear, you have to be careful.
So, should we try your car one more time?
OK, start it up.
I'm afraid I don't know what's wrong with your car. It's not getting any gas. It may be the fuel pump.
Well . . . now what am I going to do?
I see you're from Massachusetts. Boston?
Where are you going?
I'm not going anywhere until I get my car fixed.
OK, well, why don't we take my car and . . . uh, we'll try to find a gas station or at least a pay phone.
Maybe you could go . . . and I'll . . . uh, just stay here with my car.
That's not a good idea. It's late, and everything's going to close soon.
Well, there has to be a twenty-four-hour place.
This isn't Boston. Things pretty much close at sundown.
Well, there's got to be a place around here somewhere.
Hey. We're in the middle of nowhere. You may have to wait until morning.
Oh, I don't, I don't . . . I guess I don't have much choice.
So, you should take anything that's valuable. I think your car will be safe, but you never know . . .
My cars just up the road there.
My name's Alberto . . .
Nice to meet you.
Nice to meet you, too.Are you a photographer?
No, actually I'm an architect. Photography's just my hobby.
Oh . . . What do you take pictures of?
Desert, sunsets, shadows . . . light.
What is it? Are you OK?
Oh, I can drive if you're not feeling well.
Really, really, I'm fine.