Cassandra's Dream (2007)
Ian: He was right about one thing. Once you cross the line, there's no going back.
Ian: You think we've committed some kind of unnatural act, but we haven't. The whole of human life is about violence. It's a cruel world, Terry.
Howard: After all I've done for you, it should be automatic. Family is family! Blood is blood! You don't ask questions. You protect your own.
Father: Like the poet said: "The only ship certain to come in has black sails."
Ian: Would you sleep with a director to get a part?
Angela: Well, that depends on the part, and who the director is, and how much I'd had to drink.
Ian: It's not a very comforting answer.
Angela: I didn't like the question.
Kate: Aw... I like that. What do you think?
Kate: I would look good in that.
Angela: Yeah, Terry would love that.
Kate: Would he?
Angela: Yeah, men love that sort of shape. I wore something similar when Ian first saw me.
Terry: What are you thinking?
Ian: That then was then. And now is now. And we've done it and it's over.
Ian: And it's always now.
Ian: Ah, she's a beauty! I mean, look her - she's not new, but she looks new. He said the engine needed work.
Terry: I could do the engine.
Ian: I can't believe he's asking so little. It's practically a steal.
Terry: John Anderson said we could keep it at his marina - free of charge - at least for a year till his son comes back.
Ian: Ah, here he comes. Don't show you're too eager or he won't budge on the price, all right?
Mother: Everybody predicted great things for Ian. He's so nice looking and personable. Now, it's a mystery to me why he's not more successful.
Father: Because he's not content with what he has. He sees himself like Howard, with a fancy life. Always got some scheme. Always waiting for his ship to come in.
Mother: Well, his ship won't come in at the restaurant. He does that out of a son's love for his father.
Father: Like the poet said, "The only ship certain to come in has black sails."
Ian: She's innocent and also depraved. She's working class,but classy.