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Impolite (1992) Poster

(1992)

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Jack Yeats: [answering the phone] Obits, Jack Yeats speaking.

Beth: Paris, it's Beth!

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Jack Yeats: Even paranoids have enemies. How do letterbombs work?

Weinfield: They blow you to bits when you open them. Jack, relax, none of the guys that would like to kill you know how to make a letterbomb; much less write a letter.

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Jack Yeats: [after being chewed out by his boss] Since when do obituary writers have deadlines.

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Gloria Sardone: [taking notes] Catherine Sienna... Any relation to the saint?

Jack Yeats: The same that way you're related to the poet.

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Catherine Sienna: May I offer you a beverage?

Jack Yeats: Please. Double Jamesons, two cubes.

Catherine Sienna: [relaying order] Magdalena, Double Assumptions, two Holy Ghosts.

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Catherine Sienna: You have sorrowful eyes Mr. Yates.

Jack Yeats: I haven't been sleeping well.

Catherine Sienna: I like that in a man.

Jack Yeats: Insomnia?

Catherine Sienna: In the art is a flimsy mortal bastion. I like the evidence of ruins to your soul. It suggest intriguing possibilities to the physician.

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Jack Yeats: The Garden of Eden was no great shakes.

Catherine Sienna: I'll defer to your experience.

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Naples O'Rorke: Do you know the parable of the Prodigal Son?

Jack Yeats: Some would say too well.

Naples O'Rorke: Consider this, killing the fatted cow could mean there's going to be an autopsy before there's going to be a feast.

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Jack Yeats: How do I know you're not Paris?

Naples O'Rorke: Oh come now, Mr. Yates, if I were him, do you think I'd want to be me?

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Jack Yeats: The dead are being very uncooperative.

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Jack Yeats: Happiness *is* possible Beth. As long as all the parties make sure their inner-children are in bed before the streetlights go on, and spend the rest of the evening as adults.

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Jack Yeats: Here's $150. Don't spend it all in one place.

Beth: I may only be going to one place...

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Kenny Lum: You're an obituary writer and I'm a pathologist, what else but death would bring us together? Still an excuse for a party is fine with me.

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Kenny Lum: Paris moved in mysterious ways.

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Kenny Lum: We all respect the living, for the dead we have only the truth.

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