Cinema: Dissection of a Marriage

He says: "That's right, you're going to drive me to work when I want to go, goddammit, because that's what I want to do, when I want to do it."

She says: "The one thing I regret is this morning, when I told you that I loved you."

They slash at each other, not caring whether the cut is shallow or deep, but seeking only to wound. The dialogue comes equipped with quills. "You said something last night about having another baby," he says. "What's your position on that now?" Her reply is a don't-give-a-damn putdown: "Oh, I suppose just lying on my...

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