Sweet Land (2005)
Brownie: You hungry? hungry?
Inge: I could eat a horse.
Brownie: Well we could find dat.
Clerk of Court: The judge says we have to be careful about this sort of thing.
Young Olaf: What sort of ting?
Clerk of Court: German nationals... German nationals engage in prostitution, they encourage polygamy, they harbor dangerous political convictions. Are you aware of the Espionage Act of 1916?
Young Olaf: You tink she's a spy?
Clerk of Court: Well, I'll tell you what's in her favor. She's not Chinese.
Postal Clerk: No foreign language letters leave the country.
Young Olaf: Why?
Postal Clerk: We're at war, with Germany.
Young Olaf: So they keep telling me. I tought ve von.
Inge: Dreams? Yes, you have?
Young Olaf: I have work, I don't have dreams.
Inge: [pushes him in a rage] Crows have dreams!
Young Olaf: [correcting her] "Ducks".
Inge: ...pheasants, all have dreams. But not you!
Young Olaf: Ducks don't have dreams. They get cold, they fly south.
Harmo: I can help you out.
Young Olaf: With our mortgage?
Young Olaf: Banking and farming don't mix.
Old Inge: [reading] A thing of beauty is a joy forever: Its loveliness increases; it will never pass into nothingness; but still will keep a bower quiet for us, and a sleep full of sweet dreams, and health, and quiet breathing.
Mae Torvik: Why did Grandma Inge die?
Old Lars: It happens that way...
Mae Torvik: [picking up a small rock] Hey, look. It looks like a heart.
Donna Torvik: Yeah, it does.
Mae Torvik: What if I don't remember her?
Old Lars: I have a photograph...
[migrating ducks pass over head, squawking]