You know how it is. One thing led to another and a casual conversation turned inspiration to map the future of all the characters in Jez Butterworth’s Mojo. Thanks to revstan and @emst for contributions and ill-judged encouragement.
Without permission and with sincere apologies to Jez Butterworth. References to the 2013 production at the Harold Pinter theatre, directed by Ian Rickson.
L to R: Ben Whishaw (Baby), Sweets (Rupert Grint), Skinny (Colin Morgan), Potts (Daniel Mays), Mickey (Brendan Coyle). Photo Geraint Lewis
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Man: I want to say something but don’t know what.
A Second Man: You want to say nothing then.
Man: No, I know there is something to be said.
The Second Man: But not by you.
Man: It has to be me.
Man: I am the one who knows it needs to be said. I have to say it.
The Second Man: It must be very important.
Man: It is.
The Second Man: I only have time to hear important things.
Man: I only have time to think important things.
Man: I only think important things. But never find time to say them.