Boy Wonder (2010)
Gary Stenson: Did you grow up in a big family?
Teresa Ames: Yeah, I did. Why?
Gary Stenson: That explains it.
Teresa Ames: Explains what?
Gary Stenson: You got look-at-me syndrome.
Sean Donovan: [showing a photo] Due process. This was my mother, detective. She taught little kids music. S'not like she died in a car accident, or died of cancer. She was murdered. Murdered trying to protect me. Somebody made the decision to end her life. That piece of shit walks around every day, going through it like it never happened. Due process.
Young Sean: Who wrote that one?
Mary Donovan: Bach. Johann Sebastian Bach.
Young Sean: I think that's the best.
Mary Donovan: Well, I don't know if there's a best. Music is subjective, it's different for every one. When I hear Mozart, I feel... out of breath, dizzy, overwhelmed. When I hear Bach, it's more like a good movie. What about you, what do you feel when you hear Bach?
Amanda: How come I've never seen you around these things before?
Sean Donovan: Well, I've been pretty busy, hitting the books a lot.
Amanda: Looks like they've been hitting back. That's a serious bruise you have right there. What happened?
Sean Donovan: [in his letter] All I want is the truth. Truth, and I will stay quiet for the rest of my life. I've provided you with a safe way of answering me. I've included a return envelope, and two stamps. Place the black stamp on the envelope if me father is guilty, the red stamp if he is not.
Larry Childs: [licks one of the stamps and puts it on the envelope]
Corrections Officer: [collecting the mail] Childs...
Sean Donovan: I implore you to help me in this matter, as it would be hard for me to continue to forgive you if you do not. I wish you well, Mr. Childs. Sincerely, Sean Donovan.