The Real Thing - Study Guide Act 2, Scene 12 Summary & Analysis

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The last few minutes of the Brodie film are heard - Billy and Annie, in character as Brodie and his lover, say their final goodbyes. Lights come up on the hotel room where the real Brodie is watching the film. Henry comes in; they make small talk about the resale value of stolen VCR's (Brodie was apparently watching the film on tape) and about how Annie has aged a bit since her days on the previously-discussed television series (last mentioned in Act 1 Scene 2).

Annie comes in with appetizers and a dip, listening as Brodie comments that he liked the script better before Henry rewrote it. Annie comments that the film worked. Brodie assumes Annie means that it got him out of prison. Annie says that isn't what she meant, and Brodie says that what she meant doesn't matter - the film had nothing at all...

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