Me and Orson Welles (2008)
Claire Danes: Sonja Jones
Sonja Jones : What are you doing here?
Richard Samuels : I didn't think you'd actually stay with him.
Sonja Jones : I told you what I was doing; I'm not sorry.
[pauses to hail a cab]
Sonja Jones : You've only known me a week. Don't you think your wounded silence is a little melodramatic?
Richard Samuels : You know, sometimes you remember a week for the rest of your life.
Sonja Jones : Well then, let's be grateful we had a week.
Sonja Jones : Mercury. This is she... Oh, Mr. Ingram, Orson left just two minutes ago... he took an ambulance to beat the traffic... Well, you know, according to Orson there's no law on the books that says you have to be sick to take an ambulance. Of course, that's according to Orson, which probably means it isn't really true but it ought to be...
Richard Samuels : Well, I wish you luck.
Sonja Jones : I won't need luck. I don't believe in luck.
Richard Samuels : I don't think I do anymore, either. It's kind of a relief, isn't it, not believing in luck?
Sonja Jones : I don't want to keep Mr. Selznick, waiting, do I? How do I look?
Richard Samuels : Like a girl who's going to give me one blindingly beautiful parting kiss.