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Lila Montagne (Character)
from Latter Days (2003)

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Latter Days (2003)
Elder Aaron Davis: I didn't come to unload on you.
Lila Montagne: You gave me that privilege once. Let me return the favor.
Elder Aaron Davis: After we... After we met, I was... sent home and excommunicated... for being gay.
Lila Montagne: Your church doesn't like alcohol or homosexuals. Hmm... Well, I'm definitely not joining. Can't imagine heaven without both.

Lila Montagne: I don't believe in coincidence. These days, I believe in miracles.

[chastising a major actress]
Traci Levine: Thank God she's leaving!
Andrew: Can you believe Entertainment Weekly called her "the new sweetheart of American cinema?"
Traci Levine: That cunt? She made Julie take my table because she thought I hadn't bathed recently - like she should talk. Did you see her eat?
Andrew: Yeah. Did you check out her legs? Now I know why they call 'em calves.
Christian Markelli: I bet after sex, she smokes a ham.
[Lila appears]
Lila Montagne: Darling, give me a glass of Cuvée. I do hope we're not speaking disparagingly about our clientele. Gossip is so ignoble, especially regarding those less fortunate.
Traci Levine: Less fortunate, that bitch?
Andrew: You know somethin', tell!
Lila Montagne: No, I would never... tell tales such as... with the frequency she does it, the poor child must think that binging and purging are aerobic exercise.
Christian Markelli: She hardly looks bulimic!
Lila Montagne: Yes, if I were a different sort, I'd suggest a little more of the purging and a little less of the binging.

Lila Montagne: A toast, an affirmation, a prayer of thanks. I want you to know that, wherever we find ourselves in this world, whatever our successes or failures, come this time of year, you will always have a place of my table. And a place in my heart.

Lila Montagne: [talking to her employee who are slacking off] I heard that Disney's opening a Fantasia restaurant where the plates fly themselves to the tables. Until then, what to do?

Lila Montagne: [to some confused customers about Aaron's and Christian's embrace] He's a great tipper.

Lila Montagne: Chris? Sit down.
[he comes over and sits down, as she pours him a brandy]
Lila Montagne: Drink that.
[he takes a small sip]
Lila Montagne: Toss it, that way it's medicinal.
[he knocks back the drink]
Lila Montagne: Good! It's vital for a man to have a couple of slugs in him before discussing heartache. I think Hemingway told me that.
Christian Markelli: You knew Ernest Hemingway?
Lila Montagne: Margaux, actually. But beauties don't always escape tragedy.
Christian Markelli: Oh, God, this is hell! I've done something... I'm guilty. And I'll burn for it.
Lila Montagne: Funny thing about guilt: There's nothing so bad that you can't add a little guilt to it and make it worse; and there's nothing so good you can't add guilt to it and make it better. Guilt distracts us from a greater truth: we have an inherent ability to heal. We seem intent on living through even the worst heartbreak.
Christian Markelli: How?
Lila Montagne: Hm. Practice.

Elder Aaron Davis: Do you ever read the Sunday comics?
Lila Montagne: [confused] I beg your pardon?
Elder Aaron Davis: The, the, comic page? When I was a little kid, I use to put my face right up to them, you know um, And I was just amazed because it was just this mass of dots, I think life is like that sometimes. But I like to think that from Gods prospective, life, everything, even this, makes sense. It's not just dots. Instead we're all, we're all connected, and it's beautiful and it's funny and it's good. From this close we, we can't expect it to make sense, right now.