This is two sequences, mostly one which is the only scene to have quickly diseappeared in the editing.
At first, it was for technical reasons. The sound is terrible, in anyway you try it. We were ready to remake it entirely but the sequence also created some problems of narration.
It's a pause, at a moment where the film is in movement, there was a clear problem of rythm. To be included, it would have need much more time before and after, the time of a feature film.
It also tells some issues which will be anyway in the rest of the film.
I didn't think enough about the necessity and filming of this sequence.
It's too bad because I think the amateur actress who played the waitress was very convincing in her attitude. That's mostly for her that I put it with its original, yet terrible sound.
The other one is a longer ending for the second shot, a long shot I love, with this surrealistic cat crossing the street. But, honestly, it was also kinda long and I needed to cut because I wanted to go under 30 minutes.
I've also add, as for the bonus 1, the a cover of Dylan's "Ballad of thin man" by Stephen Malkmus (made for the film "I'm not there"), but a few reasons made me drop the idea : to use this music for my film would have been pretentious, surely impossible in terms of right, and finally there is no soundtrack for the film, just music that you hear inside sequences because they take place in bars.