Anne Hagen: In the ordinary world we trust in where things belong. Everything has a place, and believing in that makes us innocent. And through the days under the same sky we hope, dream, and laugh. We find and loose our way. Endings are beginnings, and moments like pieces fit together again.
Anne Hagen: God knows they were brave, Jimmy. Dad smiled down at me like he didn't have a care in the world. God wants you to be brave. You can be too. God can help you see into the hearts of everyone who fell, like I do. His witness, which you are too.
Jimmy Jaspersen: [pointing the gun at her] So witness, but tell what you really saw! Tell it!
Doris Hagen: [timidly approaching] Jimmy, this is dangerous. Whatever you two think you have to hide, it's not worse than...
Jimmy Jaspersen: Tell it.
Doris Hagen: Annie.
Anne Hagen: [takes a shaky breath, beginning to cry] I saw Dad. And he smiled down and he told me not to be scared. He was so brave. And then... I was holding his hand, and he was holding mine... and then his Coke spilled.
Jimmy Jaspersen: No!
Anne Hagen: [seemingly composing herself] Then there were more shots, and the alarm went off.
Jimmy Jaspersen: No, remember it!
[starts to cry]
Jimmy Jaspersen: You go on and I will!
Doris Hagen: Jimmy, please. This is enough.
Jimmy Jaspersen: [ignoring Doris] Tell it.
Anne Hagen: [seriously beginning to get upset] He did... he did...
Jimmy Jaspersen: Nothing!
[Anne closes her eyes and there is a flashback scene of what really happened]
Jimmy Jaspersen: [then it goes back to them, and Jimmy and Anne are both crying]
Doris Hagen: Jimmy, give me the gun.
[Doris walks over warily, and slowly prys the gun from out of Jimmy's hand, but he's so upset and crying so hard that he simply lets the gun go]
Doris Hagen: Okay. Just give me the gun. Here we go.
[Doris takes the gun from Jimmy and then puts her hand on his face briefly to comfort him]
Anne Hagen: [crying] I just sat there. I just sat there while... while that man shot Dad and I... didn't do anything.
[Jimmy watches her cry, looking even more upset at this sight]
Anne Hagen: I didn't hold his hand. I let go of his hand. I couldn't help it. He didn't die brave like I said at all, he was just scared and alone and... I didn't do anything, Mom. I'm sorry.
Doris Hagen: No, it's okay.
Anne Hagen: I can't ever forgive that man for what he did. I can't. Never.
Doris Hagen: [Doris simply looks at her daughter and then at Jimmy, who is still crying heavily] Don't either of you. Ever.
Anne Hagen: [standing with Jimmy at the top of a building from where Jimmy had been planning to jump] What fo you think you're doing, Jimmy? Come on. It's going to be okay.
[Jimmy shakes his head as he is getting close to crying]
Anne Hagen: Jimmy.
[Anne puts both her arms across his waist]
Anne Hagen: Jimmy. It's still just the two of us. Come on. Come on.
[Jimmy slowly steps down so that he may turn around, then Anne holds him in her arms, kisses the side of his face, his cheek, and finally his lips before walking away, Jimmy watches her go in silence]
Bob Jaspersen: You tell 'em I say fuck 'em. They think they got all the God damn answers. Fuck 'em. C'mon, fuck 'em. Gimme one, c'mon. Fuck 'em. It's all good, it's why we're here. Chopper don't gotta think about it. Chopper don't gotta talk about it. Just gotta fly. Above it all, just gotta fly.