Paul: I just want to capture what's real and honest.
Marlene: And what if it's boring?
Enzo: Now... there are two kinds of movies: those with an ending, and those that don't have an ending. This movie needs an ending.
Paul: So this is the end... or is it the start? Of what?
Paul: You have, um... an eyelash right here. If you blow on it you can make a wish.
Valentine: I wish cats could talk.
Fantasy Critic: Do you think you are clever?
Andrezej: Remember, Paul... always stand next to the camera. Your actor will feel you there and will be playing just for you.
Felix DeMarco: Okay, I want two cameras! I know it sounds risky, but we're gonna do two!
Paul: It's a science-fiction film about a futuristic spy named Dragonfly.
Dr. Ballard: Oh, well that's interesting. Your grandmother used to call dragonflies "the devil's darning needles." She told me that they come in the night and stitch up your mouth if you use profanity or were otherwise voluble.
Paul: This isn't exactly about that...
Dr. Ballard: Well, maybe you can use it somehow.
Paul: Thanks, Dad.
Dr. Ballard: You never know when some little overheard story or image can find a place in your work.