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An ambulance takes him away with the car keys in his jacket and the pair face a long walk home.
She has also starred in such motion pictures as Jumpin' Jack Flash, Burglar, Fatal Beauty, Clara's Heart, Ghost, The Long Walk Home, Soapdish, and Robert Altman's The Player.
Isaac bows to the captain and starts his long walk home.
Mott's first book, My Long Walk Home, a Transexual Journey, was published in 2008.
For without them it would be a very long walk home.
A spectacular night brought down only by the long walk home across town in a chilly April shower.
They ill-treat you and, if you make a mistake, they beat you up," said a 28-year-old carpenter, wearing blue overalls as he made the long walk home after a 14-hour shift.
After the long walk home from school along the country lanes past isolated little cottages and distant farmhouses, their chimneys pouring out blue-grey smoke into the still afternoon, it was down through the woods into the darkening gloom with the kitchen light from the cottage like a beacon at the bottom of the valley.