|Title||:||the lives of harry lime (13) every frame has a silver lining|
|Plot||:||+ "Every Frame Has A Silver Lining". Harry is given a package with $50,000 worth of opium by an old friend on the streets of Teheran + Harry Lime: “A fellow I once knew told me I was a poet, but he was so wrong. Poets are always singing about brooks and skylarks and daffodils and the women they’re faithful to in their fashion, a sort of merry widow waltz. I, if I sang at all would sing about money and the women I’ve known, but in an offbeat rhythm. Money and women somehow they go together and neither is much use without the other, at least that’s the stuff that Harry Lime sings. Those are the themes to which he dances in life’s ballet, sometimes pleasant occasionally a little painful, like that time in Teheran…”|
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