He recognizes the sickness he deals with though his life and his thoughts remain confused much of the time. He has a serious persecution complex and believes the women in his life would each turn him in for beating them.
Lou initially sees the man through a window and then goes outside where the he is waiting for him. When the man asks for a handout, Lou crushes out his cigar into his hand.
Lou begins a sexual relationship with her though he almost beats her to death on their first encounter. He later sets up an elaborate scene in an attempt to cover up her murder.
He is a powerful person and never seems willing to accept that anyone would be anything less than completely respectful to him and that everyone will bend to his will without question or...
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