The Evening Star (1996)
Aurora Greenway: I was in a place, where I was loved and I had a daughter...
Aurora Greenway: I'm surrounded by the most taxing array of lunatics
Aurora Greenway: Patsy and I have to talk again, because that is the wretched hand life has dealt me. You are not in the cards.
Garrett Breedlove: There she is, the evening star. She shines first, she shines brightest, and she shines longest.
Melanie Horton: Oh I thought you sold the Renoir for Teddy's braces? Or then again didn't you sell the Renoir to pay for Tommy's legal defense? The money from that Renoir is like splinters of the true cross, everybody's got a piece!
Rosie Dunlop: You can love 'em, but ya can't live their lives.
Aurora Greenway: Neither can they... not properly anyway.
Melanie Horton: I have NO chance of being happy here.
Aurora Greenway: Why not?
Melanie Horton: You spray this house with happiness repellant!
Teddy Horton: Jane and I have a surprise for you.
Aurora Greenway: What is it, another illegitimate child?
Rosie Dunlop: You can love 'em, but you can't live their lives.
Aurora Greenway: Neither can they. Not properly.
Aurora Greenway: Tell me how it works, Tommy. When someone that you hate dies, like the General, does the hatred that you feel for that person dissipate or do you transfer it to someone else... like me? Would you explain this to me, please? Because I do not understand hatred as a sport. How does one win?