EVERYBODY KNOWS MY NAME
It is 1965 and a famous Rock and Roll band is in town. The morning after their sell-out concert, among the detritus left from a night of debauched after-partying, the band is gathered in a hotel suite for a song-writing rehearsal. Not a word is spoken and the rehearsal never begins but as normal life continues around them a preternatural composition takes place, a collective expression that could threaten the band's very existence.
Mr. Thompson's Carnation
Mr. Thompson is a very old man, who wakes up every morning to buy a drooping flower from Miss Simmons, the forever-unmarried flower shop lady. She secretly believes this is just an excuse for him to see her but she never does anything about it. Today, however, through some strange turn of fate, they have managed to set themselves a date.