101 Reykjavík (2000)
Lola: So, what do you do?
Lola: What kind of nothing?
Hlynur: The nothing kind of nothing.
Hlynur: [voice over] Why don't they show any porn in the morning? It's easy to get the rest up once your dicks up and about.
Hlynur: Lola will be his mum, and my mum will be his dad. And I'll be his brother, but his father too, and the son of his dad and of his grandmother and his mothers ex-lover.
Hlynur: I'll be dead after I die. I was dead before I was born. Life is a break from death.
Hófí: A real lesbian? Tell me, what it's like? I've always been curious about that you know, to know what it's like!
Lola: There's only one way to find out my sweetheart
Hlynur: Can I come too?
Lola: No. I don't take groups
Hlynur: The boozer-loser-blues piss-up pick-up place. Old meat served on every table. Recycled jawbones kissing, pickled bollocks in pussy juice. Everybody's had everybody. It's like the waiting room at the VD clinic. Everybody locked up in the same DNA chain. Abortions floating between the tables. This place is haunted by unborn children. It's like the family reunion of a non-existent family.
Hlynur: The worst thing about AIDS as a method of suicide is that it takes so long to die from it.