In the Cut (2003)
Frannie: The still waters of the water under a frond of stars. The still waters of your mouth under a thicket of kisses.
Detective Malloy: I want to do with you what spring does with the cherry trees.
Detective Malloy: [to Frannie] You know what your problem is? You're fucking exhausting. Fuck this, you know, I was doing just fine before I met you, just fine.
Pauline: What does "broccoli" mean"?
Frannie: Depends on the context. Pubic hair or marijuana. It's a noun.
Pauline: And "Virginia"?
Frannie: Vagina. As in, "He penetrated her Virginia with a hammer".
Detective Malloy: When you touch a woman and her clit's like that you know she knows about sex like you.
Detective Malloy: Some women give terrible blowjobs. No rhythm at all. No sense of cock whatsoever.
Frannie: I was at the Red Turtle with one of my students.
Detective Ritchie Rodriguez: One of your students?
Frannie: Cornelius Webb, but it was early, three-thirty. I was there for a short time, then I went home.
Detective Malloy: Cornelius Webb. Is that with two B's or not two B's?
Cornelius Webb: [after class] I've been thinking on Gacy, you know? Pogo the Clown? I've been thinking that it wasn't his fault, you know? Like he were the victim.
Frannie: Of what?
Cornelius Webb: Desire.
Pauline: You live out of your unconscious.
Frannie: You're a poet of love. The lovelorn man who Sick in soul and of this Busy human heart aweary Worships the spirit Of unconscious life In tree or wildflower Gentle lunatic
Cornelius Webb: In 1978, Mr. John Wayne Gacy was in trouble when the police dug up a dead body under his cellar. When the police were done, they had 27 dead bodies. Most of them from under the house. He said he was innocent of the crime and sometimes he said that he loved those boys. He never said he was sorry. Not even at the end, when they gave him his lethal injection. He was chatty, his guard said. He wanted to discuss the Chicago Cubs and eat fried chicken.
Frannie: It's off in the distance It came into the room It's here in the circle
Detective Malloy: When did you start liking white women?
Detective Ritchie Rodriguez: About the same time as you.
Detective Ritchie Rodriguez: [to Frannie] Do you know what an isthmus is?
Detective Malloy: Isthmus be my lucky fuckin' day.
Detective Malloy: [from trailer] You want me to be your best friend? No problem. I can be whatever you want me to be.
Detective Malloy: He came from behind you?
Frannie: I don't know.
Detective Malloy: Did you turn?
Frannie: He just - he grabbed my head and his arm, he - he had his arm around my neck.
Detective Malloy: So he must've come up from behind you then. Was it his right arm?
[places right arm on Frannie]
Detective Malloy: Or his left?
[places left arm]
Frannie: It was his right.