with tan filter cig butts
ashtray at Diane's apt
at Ryan Board
Damn Cigarettes - (woodlouse)
ashtry... - (kintaro519)
The ashtray. - (marksman.)
Lynch said to notice the robe, the ashtray, the coffee
cup. But which ashtray?
The reason I think the ashtray we are told to
pay attention to is the PIANO ashtray is because when Diane's neighbor
comes to take it back, this gives us a very clear indication of the
sequential order of the following scenes. Hence, any scene following this
scene which has the ashtray on the coffee table is obviously a flashback.
Any scene where the ashtray is gone is obviously happening in the present.
Diane isn't seen
So why is the ashtray filled with butts when Diane goes to pick up the
phone by the red lamp? Who's cig butts could those have been?
One of the butts is stained with red lipstick. Are we suppose to account Camilla for that? »close up
Camilla takes a pretty long drag on Adam's cigarette during the
dinner party. She certainly does so naturally. Perhaps she's the one who smoked those cigs at
Diane's. Diane keeps her cig butts around because she feels strangely connected (obsessive) to them and
also Diane keeps the nice PIANO ASHTRAY so that Camilla can smoke comfortably by the couch.
But then again, the drag could also suggests Camilla is a casual smoker who likes to bum smokes off other people and wouldn't buy a pack of her own.
The butts in the ashtray having brown filters, and the only person we saw smoking
cigs with brown filter tips
being the hitman and Laney, the prostitute. If the prostitute represents Diane, it must be Diane who had this smoking habit when she was dealing with her activity in the
call girl business.
It is not Joe's (or pimp
in some circles) as that means that they wouldn't have to rendezvous
at Winkie's and bother with the whole "Don't show me that
fucking thing here!" but directly at the privacy of her own home
instead, since he should be a real comfortable guest that comes over A
LOT, leaving the same usual brand of cigs and all. -
There is no prostitution going down in that
Different kinds of men coming and
going does not fit to just one kind
of cig. brand of left in that occupied ashtray.
Adam and Camilla are
shown smoking white filter-tipped (or non filtered) cigs at the dinner
Betty does complete the
gesture of a stellar smoker when receiving the compliments of Rita
after their melodramatic rehearsal of the pages faxed to Coco.
The neighbor's piano
ashtray suggests she is smoking. Could the butts be hers?
smoking tan filter cigarette
smoking Joe's cig
smoking white filter cig
smoking white filter cig
smoking Adam's cig