The firm is assigned a seemingly impossible case of a serial killer who eats his victims. The trial becomes more and more unsettling for Lindsey in particular, when the client, who believes he is Hannibal Lecter, starts referring to her as Clarice. Written by
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And, sir, can you tell the court why you would eat these women?
Because they were so beautiful. Like you. The book of Genesis tells us that woman came from man. When man consumes the woman it makes him one with her... and by eating them, I know they will go to heaven because I am going to heaven, and they will go with me.
[looking directly at Lindsay
You'll be going to heaven, Clarice.
References The Silence of the Lambs