Random Hearts (1999)
Kay Chandler: You know those drugstore kits that tell you when you're pregnant? They should have one that tells you when you're sane.
Kay Chandler: You're not a Democrat, are you?
Dutch Van Den Broeck: What if I am?
Kay Chandler: We talk, I give you books to read.
Dutch Van Den Broeck: What happens if you don't get elected?
Kay Chandler: The country goes to hell.
Kay Chandler: [to her campaign manager] I think I may be losing what it takes to lie. This may become a problem.
Phyllis Bonaparte: I really don't think you should be alone right now.
Dutch Van Den Broeck: Oh, yeah? I was alone before you got here.
Dutch Van Den Broeck: What's the last thing that you can remember about your husband that you know to be true?
Kay Chandler: Don't you... *fuck* with me!
Dutch Van Den Broeck: If you don't like that word, don't use it.
Dutch Van Den Broeck: You're supposed to be nice to me. I've been shot.
Dutch Van Den Broeck: You know what I do for a living? I get paid to notice stuff. I get paid to know who's lying. I didn't have a clue.
Molly Roll: I caught Sam with a woman once. I spilled a milkshake on my skirt so I ran home from lunch. I heard them in the shower. And at first I thought it was the radio... but what she was saying you don't hear on the radio. I... ran. I couldn't go back to work. For hours, literally, I didn't remember that I was involved with someone else. I had been for months. And I liked my life with Sam. Things were fine.
Dutch Van Den Broeck: What did you do?
Molly Roll: I kept my mouth shut and I never went home again without calling first. To say that involvement, and I don't mean casual sex, I mean romance. To say that that whole part of life, half the fun of life, has to end, if you told me that, I'd feel old.
Kay Chandler: Got any cash?
Cullen Chandler: [reaching into his pocket] Sure.
Kay Chandler: I need about a half a million. Harold Cornelius is gonna run against me as a write-in.
Wendy Judd: What is the worst thing you've ever done?
Kay Chandler: If I've already done it, it'll be a dull life.
Kay Chandler: [eulogizing her husband] We had so many great days. Just not enough years.
Kay Chandler: Do you know what happens when a member of Congress accuses you of harassment?
Dutch Van Den Broeck: We'd get our names in the newspapers?
Kay Chandler: That's close to blackmail!
Kay Chandler: You don't care who knows, do you? About her and him, I mean.
Dutch Van Den Broeck: I care. They know anyway. Sooner or later, everybody knows everything.
Dutch Van Den Broeck: [at Kay's campaign gathering] If you quit, they win. And the crash got us all. Don't let them do that.
Dutch Van Den Broeck: I wondered if you'd come.
Kay Chandler: Guy like you, girl like me. What reason could there be not to? Sorry I'm late.
[beginning to ramble]
Kay Chandler: I had to change a few times and pack. I thought - if I packed light, it'd look like I knew what I was doing. But I didn't know what I was doing, so I didn't know what to pack.
Kay Chandler: I want to know who is this woman who's wearing my clothes and using my body? Is she permanent? Or is she only around when you are?
Kay Chandler: Come on. It's only adultery. Nobody gives a damn except the people it happens to.
TV Reporter at Hospital: How would you characterize your relationship with the sergeant.
Kay Chandler: The sergeant's wife was killed on the plane that went down with my husband. I met the sergeant a few days after that day. He was a friend when I needed a friend. I hope he feels the same way.
TV Reporter at Hospital: So you're just friends?
Kay Chandler: Just friends? We are surely friends. We've seen each other through something... We're more than friends. We're survivors.