The Space Between (I) (2010)
Montine: Losing people that you love, it hurts. There's going to be days when you think you can't possibly stand how much it hurts. Honestly, you feel like your heart's going to explode from the pain. But then you wake up the next morning and you open the blinds and you just keep going. For a while, you're just living in that space between
Omar: Between what?
Montine: Between the last time when you saw him and the moment you can finally say goodbye. After a few years, you'll crawl into bed one night and realize you didn't think about him at all that day. And then, every once in a while, he'll come to you in your dreams that night. And the warm thought of him will wake you in the morning.
Omar: Will you walk me onto the plane?
Montine: And for that little tiny sliver of the moment, he's right there by your side with you. And nothing, no other person, no distance or time, can take him away from you.
Omar: [staring at her]
Montine: The view's much better out the window, kid.
Omar: So drinking helps you not think about the things that make you hurt?
Montine: You got it, kid.
Omar: Maybe I should drink, too.
Montine: Be very very thankful that you do have somebody wanting for you when you do get there!
Omar: Excuse me, you can talk to God, right?
Will: We all can talk to God.