Tuesday, June 23, 2009

past vs present.

this is a great film, based on the book by Harry Brown (in my library reading queue).

some of the best dialogue ever.

Rivera: Did you ever go camping when you were a kid?
Friedman: Every time we get in a bunch of trees, you ask me the same question.
Rivera: Every time I get in a bunch of trees, I remember it.
Friedman: For the millionth time, no - I never went camping when I was a kid. I lived in the city.
Rivera: I lived in the city, too, schmeggege. I got on the train.
Friedman: Yeah, you told me.
Rivera: Well, I'm telling you again.
Friedman: You're a jukebox, Rivera. Somebody keeps putting nickels into you