Living 'til the End (2005)
Dr. Shaw: But what is the probability?
Jack: There are people out there dying every day thinking that there was no prob-a-bil-ity.
Dr. Shaw: What is it about her, that SHE makes you feel like you're not going to die?
Mr. Hines: You have balls, don't ya, Jack?
Jack Whilton: Um... most of the time. I definitely had them last year.
Title Card: In the time of your life - live... / William Saroyan
Madame Futura: I see... I see...
Jack: [checking his watch] Ah, could you hurry up with this?
Madame Futura: ...another man.
Jack: You see another man... for?
Madame Futura: Cynthia.
Jack: That's... what you see? That, that's my future? The ball must be dirty.
Cynthia: It's crystal.
Jack: Not really it isn't.
Jack: But what above love?
Audrey Gersons: Love. Love is what got me into this mess in the first place. I've had enough love.
Audrey Gersons: You're a nice guy, Jack. Too bad I didn't meet you a day earlier.
Audrey Gersons: Do you have a fear of flying?
Jack: No. I have a fear of dying.
Audrey Gersons: You are, remarkably, that someone.
Jack: Yeah, the guy wandering the halls in a football helmet.
Audrey Gersons: I am watching Jack sleep as we fly across this deep ocean that he was so weary of. Looking mysterious, yet lonely as if the sea actually fears *us*. Paris. City of light. To what could have been a brilliant beginning. But I'm a stubborn woman, damaged beyond recognition. And though he is the kindest, most gentle person I've ever known, it is too late. A cowardice possesses me, my self-deprecation making me fearless of the end. The only solace I take with me is that Jack has given me the knowing. But I am not completely dead in this wakened state.