THE CRUISE --ILLUSTRATED SCREENPLAY & SCREENCAP GALLERY
Because some of the buildings are higher than others. The anger, the inferiority that some of the shorter buildings feel, I felt. And I suddenly was not welcome on this island anymore.
And the City and I have had a reemergence of some kind in the summer, maybe because I was able to refuel my Cruise a little bit by working laboriously and crawling my way back onto the island, because perhaps I paid proper respect to it.
I don't know why the City was so angry with me during this winter. I'm just glad that it's not quite as angry with me right now.
[Laughing] I don't want to speak too soon, for God's sake.
I mean, like I said, the relationship seems to change as any human relationship would, and with any living thing.
Sometimes I think that if this is a living organism, maybe it's more on the lines of a Cyclops. Sometimes I think that if it is a living organism, perhaps it's more on the level of a scintillating, streamlined mermaid who sings to me at night.