A Film With Me In It Quotes
Director: So, what's going on?
Mark: I get to start? It's um, it's good, it was good. I, I got you a copy on DVD. And it's one of those medical... drama... hospital things.
Director: Concerned neighbor. This the part here?
Casting Assistant: Yeah.
Director: Doesn't really matter whether he looks like, does it?
Mark: I was going to say, uh, I really like the script.
Director: It's a good script.
Director: [phone rings] Okay thank you...
Casting Assistant: Great, thanks Martin.
Mark: This is a lie Pierce.
Pierce: Shut up! It's not. It's the new truth.
Pierce: What the hell is that?
Mark: Clarinet stand.
Pierce: You okay? I have to get back to this. I have to carry on with this...
Mark: What we *do* have from today is a good story for your script.
Pierce: Who do you want to play you?
Mark: Me, I'm playing me.
Pierce: You're too old.
Pierce: Mark, Mark when I went upstairs there were two people who were not alive in your flat, weren't there?
Pierce: How many are there now?
Pierce: And, I just want to say now before we get into this, that you are being very critical of pretty much everything I'm coming up with right now, and that's making it a bit hard, I have to say. Just a bit. And I would really appreciate any kind of support, or indeed presence, that you could muster so I didn't feel like I was trudging in a void, like a fucking ghost, alone. Ok? Cheers.
Pierce: Can you please just tell this woman what has happened in this flat, okay? And, I'm going to make tea. I'm going to make tea.
Mark: When I left this apartment there were two dead people... How many are there now?
Pierce: What are you going to do? A frap in the eye, or a fucking clarinet up the hole?