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He gives a last look at the mirror and likes what he sees.
Huge white porcelain plates descend on very pale pink linen table cloths. PRICE He took them away because the portions are so small he probably thought we were finished. Mc Dermott scans the room, settling on a handsome young man with slicked-back hair and horn-rimmed glasses. BATEMAN It's definitely weak but I have a feeling if we do enough of it we'll be okay. (He collapses, panting against the stall door) Sorry, dude. He begins slowly peeling the gel masque off his face. O.) There is an idea of a Patrick Bateman, some kind of abstraction, hut there is no real me, only an entity, something illusory, and though I can hide my cold gaze and you can shake my hand and feel flesh gripping you and maybe you can even sense our lifestyles are probably comparable: I simply am not there. BATEMAN BEDROOM - MORNING Another huge white room, equally minimal: a futon, rumpled white sheets, a bedside lamp with a halogen bulb, and a large expensive painting (Eric Fischl or David Salle) chosen by Bateman's interior decorator. (Raising his voice) THAT IS, IF THE FAGGOT IN THE NEXT STALL THINKS IT'S OKAY! PRICE (Trying to climb up against the aluminum divider) No, FUCK YOU!! Then moisturizer, then an anti-aging eye balm, followed by a final moisturizing "protective" lotion... The masque has dried, giving his face a strange distorted look as if it has been wrapped in plastic. She turns her back and searches the cash register for change. BATEMAN (V.0.) I believe in taking care of myself, in a balanced diet, in a rigorous exercise routine. Bateman does his morning stretching exercises in the living room wearing the ice pack. Bateman is luxuriating in the shower steam, scrubbing his body, admiring his muscles. O.) After I remove the icepack, I use a deep pore-cleanser lotion. BATEMAN I occasionally box with Ricky at the Harvard Club. Bateman pulls out an expensive-looking wallet and hands her a . The room is impeccably neat, and oddly impersonal - as if it had sprung straight from the pages of a design magazine. Bateman walks into his bathroom, urinates while trying to see his reflection in a poster for Les Miserables above his toilet. Spencer wants to meet you for a drink at Fluties Pier 17.
A huge white living room with floor-to-ceiling windows looking out over Manhattan, decorated in expensive, minimalist high style: bleached oak floors, a huge white sofa, a large Baselitz painting (hung upside down) and much expensive electronic equipment. I live in the American Garden Buildings on West Eighty-First Street, on the eleventh floor Tom Cruise lives in the penthouse.