a short conversation with martin clunes - - - - - - - - - - - -
CLUNES: My name's Martin Clunes!
GUS: Yes, I know.
CLUNES: You're a fox and you pop into my flat to use my computer every now and again. Your name's Gus.
GUS: That's right.
CLUNES: My bin's full up with bollocks and lungs and that if you're hungry. I rugby tackled a dog to the ground this afternoon and it died so....
GUS: Ok. Cheers. I might...I might have a little root about in the bins later.
CLUNES: I hate throwing food away but I couldn't possibly eat any more and I have to go away for a few days to film a television drama about a man who murders a kid.
GUS: OK. That sounds good.
CLUNES: I've got the lead role. I play a man called Geoff Bennett. I get to wear a little hat.
CLUNES: Right. Well I'm just going to pop out on my paper round and then I probably ought to shoot off and meet the people from the TV company.
CLUNES: I love you.
CLUNES: Oh nothing I just...I'll see you later.
GUS: See you later
CLUNES: I once stabbed a horse to death because it looked at me funny.
GUS: Yes I remember you telling me.
CLUNES: OK, bye.
GUS: Yep. Bye