The Last Days of Disco (1998)
Mackenzie Astin: Jimmy
Jimmy : [to Alice] There's no chance of you getting infatuated with me again, is there?
Jimmy : You know this is the way people used to dance in bars in the old days.
Charlotte Pingress : Did people ever really dance in bars? I thought that was a myth.
Jimmy : People my older brothers age, they did.
Charlotte Pingress : Your brother must be a lot older. Before disco, this country was a dancing wasteland. You know the Woodstock generation of the 1960s that were so full of themselves and conceited? None of those people could dance.
Des McGrath : 'Yuppie scum'? In college, before dropping out, I took a course in the propaganda uses of language; one objective is to deny other people's humanity, or even right to exist.
Jimmy : In the men's lounge someone scrawled 'kill yuppie scum'.
Des McGrath : Do yuppies even exist? No one says, "I am a yuppie," it's always the other guy who's a yuppie. I think for a group to exist, somebody has to admit to be part of it.
Jimmy : That's like something out of the Nazis!