Watch Rosamund Pike and Carey Mulligan Spar at the Dinner Table in Saltburn Clip

Rosamund Pike has let Carey Mulligan linger too long in Saltburn.

In a new movie clip that was just made available to PEOPLE, Pike’s Elspeth spars bitterly with her house visitor Pamela (Mulligan) about when Elspeth will be leaving Saltburn, her opulent British castle.

“Without Elspeth, I don’t know what I would do. Pamela continues, “She really saved me,” to which Elspeth responds, “Don’t go on and on about it, Pamela sweetheart. For as long you need to stay, you know that we are happy to have you.”

Cousin Farleigh (Archie Madekwe) quips, “Forever?”

“Oh no, I think I might have found somewhere,” Pamela continues, to an enthusiastic and frenzied response from the family. “Yeah, my cousin has a flat.”

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Elspeth assures her, “Oh, that’ll suit you very well, a nice little flat.” “It’s more of a bedsit really,” says Pamela as she walks it back.

Elspeth states, “I enjoyed sharing a bedsit during my twenties. Living in a single room is really liberating. And a lot less tidying up to do. Yes, but without you, it will be awful. What shall I do?

“Well,” Pamela responds, “I could actually stay for a little bit longer.”

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“Oh no, sweetheart. Nope. You must be itching to get away from us and establish your own life. I completely comprehend,” Elspeth continues, turning to her husband James (Richard E. Grant) for support.

Barry Keoghan’s main character, Oliver Quick, is shown in the video watching the exchange. Oliver, an Oxford University student from Saltburn, finds it difficult to fit in until he meets Felix Catton (Jacob Elordi), a wealthy classmate who extends an invitation for him to spend the summer on his family’s estate.

Emerald Fennell’s New Film “Saltburn” Has a First Trailer Starring Rosamund Pike and Barry Keoghan.

According to the description, Saltburn is a “beautifully wicked tale of privilege and desire.” It’s a “macabre dark comedy,” according to Oscar-winning writer-director Emerald Fennell, who previously collaborated with Mulligan on the 2020 picture Promising Young Woman, as reported by Entertainment Weekly.

“It’s about where looking and being observed converge, and that junction [of power, class, and sex]. All of that seems quite thrilling, particularly in this day and age when we are both actively and passively being watched online,” she remarked.

Nov. 17 at a few cinemas, then nationwide on Nov. 22 is Saltburn.

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