Tokyo Godfathers (2003)
Hana: I am a mistake made by God. In my heart, I am a woman.
Gin: Women can have children.
Hana: What if a miracle like the Virgin Mary getting pregnant... was to happen to a homo?
[to soup kitchen server]
Hana: Better give me a little extra. I'm eating for two.
Hana: All he thinks about is himself.
Miyuki: Yeah, Miss Hana, but you're in love with him, aren't you?
Hana: Don't be silly. I like my men to be more 'manly.'
Hana: [leaning towards the cab driver] My kind of man is slender, middle-aged, tan, with a divine square-back haircut and a lower town accent, who says 'Ah what the hell' when I don't quite have the cab fare.
'Angel' Drag Queen: What is your desire? My magic? Or an ambulance?
Gin: A- Ambulance...
'Angel' Drag Queen: Well! Aren't you rude!
Hana: If you like the police so much, get THEM to adopt you!
Hana: This is a Christmas present from God! She's our baby!
Bum #1: Hey, you're the girl who hangs out with Gin.
Bum #2: Get out of here, will you?
Bum #1: We don't want Gin after us.
Miyuki: Why not?
Bum #1: You're the light of his life, that's why not!
Miyuki: There's not much light in a cardboard box.
Hana: Dreams do come true. I always dreamed of being the mother of a little girl. A nice, warm house, a pretty daughter. Even if my husband was no good... I would accept dire poverty as long as I had my child.
Gin: Feed the poor kid!
Hana: Oh, cheer up! Let's sing a song...
Hana: [singing in English] Climb every mountain/...
Miyuki: What the hell's that?
Hana: "The Sound of Music," of course!
Miyuki: Never heard of it.
Hana: [sings] Climb every mountain/ Ford every stream...
Gin: That's going to make you even hungrier.
Hana: Follow every rainbow/ till... you... find... your... dream...
Hana: You really are the lowest of the low! The best thing you'll ever do is die in the gutter! Oh, poor you! You'll be dead and no one'll care! All you ever do is cause people trouble - dead or alive, you're living trash! The king of trash!
Gin: Okay, so I'm trash, but you're ugly!
Gin: I want to get rid of some trash.
[the policeman holds out a wastebasket]
Gin: I don't think I'd fit.
Hana: [haiku] On the year's last day / when all of a life's accounts / have been settled up.
Doctor: Your friend is very weak. Make sure he gets rest and proper nutrition.
Gin: Doctor! Believe or not, we're homeless.
Doctor: I'm just a doctor.
Gin: Rest and nutrition don't fit with our lifestyle, you realize.
Doctor: I can try to cure disease. Lifestyle is something you have to fix. All anyone can do is their best. Take care.
[The doctor gets up from his chair, in doing so, Gin notices that the doctor uses a brace on his left foot ]
Hana: I am a mistake made by God.In my heart, I am a woman. Women can have children. What if a miracle like the Virgin Mary getting pregnant... was to happen to a homo? Better give me a little extra. After all, l"m eating for two.
Gin: You peep pretty loud for a chick that can"t even find its own worms.
Gin: You can't get milk from an old queer's tits, no matter how hard you think.
Gin: [Gin throws a book from the garbage dump at Miyuki and hits her in the face]
Hana: What are you doing to Dostoyevski?
Gin: I know, I know, he's not your mommy. He's just a homeless homo.
Hana: I'm starving!
Gin: I told you!
Hana: Look after my little angel. Go on without me. Just say you'll never forget the queer you once knew.
Miyuki: Look, a cemetery.
Hana: I'm not dead yet!
Gin: You peep pretty loud for a chick that can't even find its own worms.
Miyuki: Should a burden on society like you be talking?
Gin: You're a burden on us- what does that make you?
Miyuki: The kettle the pot's calling black.
Gin: You mouthy brat!
Hana: Can't you at least get along on Christmas?
Aged Man: I always wanted to die drunk in a nice, old house. I'm halfway there.
Hana: Which way?
Hana: Okay, right!
Hana: You're a lousy gambler!
Gin: You got that right!
Gin: Hey, wait a minute. We're homeless bums, not action-movie heroes.
Hana: Since Ken died I'm like a canary... that's forgotten it's song.
Miyuki: You sing all the time!
Mother: So, Ken died did he?
Hana: He slipped on the soap.
Mother: Well, death is always a hair's breadth away.
Hana: [haiku] My mother's white breath / as she watches me set out / on a long journey.