Monty Python & the Meaning of Life
written by Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, and Michael Palin
Gaston: As for me... if you want to know what I think... I'll show you something...come with me...Come on...this way. I can explain everything. (the camera follows him outside and continues to follow him down the street) Come on - don't be shy. Mind the stairs...All right. I think this will help explain. Come along...Come along...Over here...Come on...Come on...This way...Come on...Stay by me, uh? Nearly there now.
(After some time, we're now at a green rustic hillside with a small quaint cottage in the distance)
You see that? That's where I was born. You know, one day, when I was a little boy, my mother she took me on her knee and she said: 'Gaston, my son. The world is a beautiful place. You must go into it, and love everyone, not hate people. You must try and make everyone happy, and bring peace and contentment everywhere you go.' And so...I became a waiter...(long pause) Well... it's...it's not much of a philosophy, I know...(indignantly) but... well... fuck you... I can live my own life in my own way if I want to. Fuck off! Don't come following me!
(Gaston walks towards the house, leaving the us alone, occasionally making rude gestures in our direction.)