The Driver's Seat (1974)
Lise: You look like Red Riding Hood's Grandmother. Do you want to eat me?
Bill: [laughs] I'd like to, I'd like to. Unfortunately, I'm on a macrobiotic diet and I can't eat meat
Bill: I'm staying at the Metropole. I'll book you a room there next to mine. The company will pay for it because I have to have an orgasm a day on my macrobiotic diet, you see?
Lise: I am an idealist
Bill: Oh, I only meant that, er, if we get acquainted, I think somehow that I'm your type, you know?
Lise: Do you think so?
Lise: Well you're mistaken. When I diet, I diet. And when I orgasm, I orgasm. I don't believe in mixing the two cultures.
Lise: Eh, excuse me, which way is to the Hilton, please?
Traffic Policeman: Turn left and then keep straight
Lise: Thank you. Ah, do you carry a revolver?
Lise: Because if you did, you could shoot me
[she drives off]
Lise: I feel homesick
Bill: Homesick? For what?
Lise: My loneliness. I want to go back home to feel all my loneliness again
Lise: If you think you're going to have sex with me, you're very much mistaken
Bill: But I haven't had my daily orgasm. It's an essential part of the diet; an orgasm a day. If you miss a day, you have to have two the next day and that gives me indigestion.
Lise: I have no time for sex. I mean it. Sex is of no use to me, I assure you.
Bill: But orgasms are yang!