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[Mouse and Bobby approaching Sheila and Katy]
I know I might like her, but sometimes she's a different person. I don't know what she's gonna be one moment to the next.
Don't say anything.
[to Katy and Sheila]
Hey, whats goin' on?
That's a nice sweater.
It's a, uh, blouse, Mouse.
Yeah, it's nice.
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Good Dark Movie With An Excellent Ear For Dialogue
This is definitely a dark movie but it is also one with an amazing dialogue and excellent acting. Many movies these days will trim back the amount of foul language in an effort to attract the sensitive types. Noose/Monument Avenue is one where the dialogue is authentic and you get the plain unvarnished truth. Perhaps that may be too much for the Politically Correct but I doubt if you'd get many of them in the Boston of Noose. The characters are so believable that you begin to wonder if you know people like this.
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