Author Richard describes hallucinations to editor Clarissa. (0:21)
Virginia, referring to her character Mrs. Dalloway: "She'll kill herself. She'll kill herself over something which doesn't seem to matter." (0:31)
Richard's ex-lover Louis tells Clarissa, referring to a character in Richard's new book, "For no reason, she kills herself."
Clarissa: "His mother kills herself." the (0:53)
Richard's mother Laura lays out bottles of pills as though preparing to take an overdose, then reads from Mrs. Dalloway. (1:05)
Her publisher husband Leonard tells her, "Virginia, you have an obligation to your own insanity."
"... you have a history of fits, moods, blackouts, hearing voices... You've tried to kill yourself twice." (1:19)
Richard tells Clarissa, "I took the Xanax and the Ritalin together."
Clarissa: "Are they here?"
Richard: "Oh, the voices are always here."
Richard lets himself fall to his death from his apartment window. (1:30)
Laura tells Clarissa, "There are times when you don't belong, and you think you're going to kill yourself." (1:44)