I Shot Andy Warhol (1996)
Valerie Solanas: Give me fifteen cents, and I'll give you a dirty word.
Maurice Girodias: What's the word?
Valerie Solanas: Men.
Andy Warhol: So Candy, how often do you get your period?
Candy Darling: Every day. I'm such a woman!
Candy Darling: Dear Diary, I try to get what I want, whenever it's possible. I have always found that socially unacceptable people make the best lovers because they are more sensitive. I can be happy and fuffilled. I will never doubt it. I can not afford to. Each thought, each movement turned into a great moving force. Love Candy.
Ondine: What the fuck is a gay bar? Can you tell me? What is that? As a homosexual, I will not go! I will not go to one! Why should I be segregated?
Fred Hughes: You're right, you should be isolated.
Candy Darling: Aren't you gonna run after us?
Edna, the wheelchair-bound receptionist: That's a terrible thing to say!
Candy Darling: Honey, its a terrible world.
Valerie Solanas: [on the phone] What's your name?
Jeremiah Newton: Jeremiah.
Valerie Solanas: Oh, and what do you look like Jeremiah?
Jeremiah Newton: Tall and I have long brown hair. What do you look like?
Valerie Solanas: A butch dyke.
Candy Darling: I have always found that socially unacceptable people make the best lovers because they are more sensitive.
TV Reporter: Why do you spend your time making underground films?
Andy Warhol: It's easier than painting.
TV Reporter: Which painters do you like best?
Andy Warhol: Oh, all of them.
Valerie Solanas: You got to go through a lot of sex to be ready for anti-sex.
Paul Morrisey: You call this a groovy light show. I'd rather sit and watch the clothes dryer at the Laundromat. Oh, look. It changed color. Where's a love child? They'll get a kick outta this. Only a hippie would find this even remotely interesting, but I'll tell ya. You spend one day with the hippies, and you realize how truly refreshing and unpretentious, hard core, New York degenerates are.