‘You’ll never know me by my face,’ Mr. Lammot said, as he looked around at the cafe where he’d been enjoying his coffee and tea.
He had been drinking a shot of his own, and Mr. Lamotte had been sipping on a mug of tea.
They were talking about his new book, which he had been writing in the last week or so.
Mr. Lombot’s story, about the time he met Mr. Snicket at a bookstore, and how he was a writer, has been read in many other countries.
The story is so rich that it has inspired a film, which is being made by the American writer and director Richard Linklater.
The movie is called The Interview, and it stars Seth Rogen, Michael Douglas, Zach Galifianakis, and John C. Reilly.
The conversation was interrupted by the sudden arrival of the man sitting at the counter next to Mr. Dabney, a short, dark-haired man in his late 40s with a goatee who looked like he might have been from a long-lost family.
Mr, Lombot said he had never been to Mr Dabneys place, but he was excited to meet the man.
He thanked Mr. Sollers for the coffee and then went to his place for a quick bite.
“You’re so right about this,” Mr. O’Keefe said.
“It’s not a story of love, but love of the people.
He’s like my soulmate.”
Mr. Wainwright, who had spent the night at Mr. Lambot’s place, was in the process of trying on a new dress for his birthday when he stopped by.
Mr Wainright, who is now a full-time student at the University of Chicago, said he would be happy to tell the story if Mr. Lincoln and Mr O’Dea and Mr Lamotte could help him.
“It’s a very unique thing,” he said.