July 14th, 2009
|06:38 pm - with Donald Sutherland as the clumsy waiter|
NURSE: Leave her. Come back to Montana with me.
ARCHITECT: I could no sooner run away from her than myself.
NURSE: I'm not asking you to run. I'm asking you to face reality.
ARCHITECT: Whose reality, yours or mine?
NURSE: My reality and yours, that's whose!
ARCHITECT: What are you saying?
NURSE: Leave her! Come back to Montana with me!
ARCHITECT: I could no sooner run away from her than myself!
NURSE: I'm not asking you to run, I'm asking you to face reality!
ARCHITECT: WHOSE REALITY? YOURS OR MINE?!
NURSE: MY REALITY AND YOURS, THAT'S WHOSE!
ARCHITECT: WHAT ARE YOU SAYING?!
|Date:||July 15th, 2009 05:09 am (UTC)|| |
The dialogue of Samuel L. Bronkowitz productions is always the best part.
|Date:||July 15th, 2009 06:08 pm (UTC)|| |
...that's what she said!
There can be only one.
(I'm bad at this...)