A Thousand Acres (1997)
Rose: We're not going to be sad. We're going to be angry till we die.
Ginny: Rose left me with a riddle I have not yet resolved: how we judge those that hurt us and show no remorse.
Rose: Don't make me feel sorry for myself. The more pissed off I am, the better I feel.
Ginny: It was Rose who dropped things through the grates. It was Rose who sang.
Larry Cook: You can't have children, but you, Rose, your children will laugh when you die.
Rose: [referring to her mastectomy] You think a breast weighs a pound?
Rose: That's my pound of flesh.
Larry Cook: You don't want it, my girl, you're out. Simple as that.
Ginny: [voice over] There was no use telling him that Caroline hadn't turned him down. She'd just expressed a doubt. She'd spoken as a lawyer, when she should've spoken as a daughter. But my father's pride had been injured.
Ginny: You think this is bad, Daddy? You'd be amazed at what you really deserve. As far as I'm concerned, you're on your own now.
Ty Smith: I don't remember you like this.
Ginny: I wasn't like this.
Ty Smith: No. You looked on the good side of things. You were pretty and funny.
Ginny: I was a ninny. I was a simpleton.
Rose: All I have is that I saw. That I saw without being afraid and without turning away. And that I didn't forgive the unforgivable.