William Hurt: Julian Rigby
Julian Rigby : Tragedy is a foreign country. We don't know how to talk to the natives.
Eleanor Rigby : I remember the train ride better than anything. We were all so gussied up. Katy and me wearing those silly matching dresses, standing on the seats, looking out at everything, pointing at this and that. Everything seemed so limitless. It was.
Julian Rigby : It still is.
Eleanor Rigby : How many more times do you think I'll remember that moment?
Julian Rigby : What?
Eleanor Rigby : It was such a good moment, but I'll probably only... remember it a couple of more times in my life, if that.
Eleanor Rigby : How have you and mom made it this far?
Julian Rigby : I'm not sure. Endurance. Everyone starts out thinking, this is forever. But then things get hard... at some point or another. And then other things don't pan out the way you thought they would. I suppose the trick is not running for the hills, even when you think it's the most rational thing to do.
Julian Rigby : I don't know.