An Unmarried Woman (1978)
Jill Clayburgh: Erica
[Martin and Erica are jogging along the river]
Martin : Jesus Christ! Look at this - my sneaker's ruined!
Erica : They're only thirty-five dollars.
[Erica takes Martin's shoe and cleans it off for him]
Martin : Fucking city's turning into one big pile of DOG SHIT!
[shouting at passing traffic]
Martin : Come on out and take a crap on me - everybody else is. Fuck.
[Martin lights a cigarette]
Erica : ...been jogging for 2 1/2 miles - you're giving yourself lung cancer.
Martin : I'll tell you something Erica - the longer I'm married to you the more you sound like my mother.
Erica : Clean your own sneaker.
[throws shoe at Martin]
Martin : I think you wanted me to step in it.
Erica : [laughing] You're going crazy Martin.
Martin : I am?
Erica : [laughing] Yes.
[Martin tosses his shoe over his shoulder into the river. Erica jogs away, and Martin jogs after]
[a very large painting is being lowered to the ground from Saul's loft]
Saul : [shouting up to the loft] OK Mario, I've got it.
Saul : [to Erica] Can you hold this a minute? You got it?
Erica : I got it.
Saul : [Saul opens his car door, looks at Erica, and smiles] Bye.
Erica : What about this?
Saul : Oh, that's for you.
Erica : How the hell am I gonna get it home?
Saul : Take a taxi.
[Saul gets in his car and drives off. Erica picks up the painting, struggling with it a bit, and begins walking home]