The Girl on the Train (2016)
Edgar Ramírez: Dr. Kamal Abdic
Megan : A teacher once told me I was a mistress of self-reinvention. I wasn't really sure what it meant at the time. But since moving here, I've come to understand it. Ardsley-on-Hudson is boring and routine. It's a fucking baby factory. I wanna start my life over again. So far, I've been a rebellious teenager, lover, waitress, gallery director, nanny, and a whore. Ands not necessarily in that order. I can't just be a wife anymore. That's why I stay awake at night, staring at the ceiling. In fact, the only time I feel like myself is when I'm running.
Dr. Kamal Abdic : You always felt that way?
Megan : Maybe since I was about 17. With Mac.
Dr. Kamal Abdic : Hmm. Mac? Who's Mac?
Megan : My brothers best friend. My brother who died.