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It keeps us on our toes as we are never quite sure of the direction it is going in. Dave's plight is guaranteed to make every man in the audience feel sheepishly uncomfortable, and there are no reassuringly sentimental story lines. This is when you really do need a dictionary. By can be used as a preposition, of course, but also as an adverb.
Dave and Lisa have been in a relationship for nearly three years. Perhaps the biggest disappointment with Someone Else is that it never quite makes the lasting impact that it so deserves. Our impasse regards identifying parts of speech.
Actually, I have nothing to add to this conversation other than admiration for the previous post. Although Lisa is furious, Dave is even less prepared for Nina's reaction. Similarly, my other examples seem to be open to the same ambiguity you are seizing on to make your argument. Over dinner, their two married friends tease them about tying the knot and Dave is visibly less comfortable than is Lisa.
Thank you for pointing that out. However, someone else is some person other than the speaker, the other interlocutor, or some person previously mentioned in the conversation or text. What makes Someone Else stand out is the unsettling realism of the characters and a script that sounds spontaneous and natural.
He and Nina have been having an affair and, when pushed, Dave decides to own up to Lisa and tell her he is love with someone else. It also manages to take a cynical look at Reiki healing, swinging, and dating agencies - though not without reversing many of our assumptions in the light of later developments. He or she made the touch down on the field in the end zone. It has become a one word noun, so of course its plural is touchdowns. British romantic comedy with a hard edge, Someone Else is a remarkable example of what fine talent can do on a tiny budget.