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from 1992 movie with Ellen Barkin as Joan Spruance and Jack Nicholson as Harry Bliss. Quotes
JOAN SPRUANCE: Assuming lead a solitary life, most men don't seem to join that. HARRY BLISS: You need to hear the truth. I begin observed your hands. I need to use the word "extraordinary". JOAN SPRUANCE: Really? HARRY BLISS: You probably are a singer too. I want to catch you some time. JOAN SPRUANCE: Anytime. Do you like classical music? HARRY BLISS: Yes. So degree that sound on radio, I turn damn thing off. I just mean it get to me sometimes, that I can not swallow my own saliva. JOAN SPRUANCE: You're full of surprises, Harry, you know that? I mean, the fact that you read "The Divine Comedy" by Dante...
 
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HARRY BLISS: It's been a while, yes. JOAN SPRUANCE: As a wheel spins slowly, without jar my will and desire are turned by love, the love that moves the sun and other stars. I don't know why, but this subliminal message, always touches me, for some reason. You know, it's very sad. I look at my sister and all her marriages and her affers. Not to mention the disaster of my own life and I think how very sad and very gloomy, that men and women can not be friends. What a tragedy that sex is often a barrier in the friendship between men and women. HARRY BLISS: Not necessarily. JOAN SPRUANCE: Do you know that Dante and Beatrice have not slept together? HARRY BLISS: Really? Oh yes, I forgot that part. JOAN SPRUANCE: I should not have drank so much sake because I prefer to take it pretty easy now. HARRY BLISS: We can have it how slowly we want. Why not? JOAN SPRUANCE: So you think that men and women can be friends? HARRY BLISS: Absolutely.
JOAN SPRUANCE: Sorry to mention this, but we have a little problem with Duke. HARRY BLISS: What? JOAN SPRUANCE: All time rises and try to ride our extremities. HARRY BLISS: Well, don't worry about that. JOAN SPRUANCE: Especially on Socorro, who can't speak English, not to mention German. Sometimes he pulls it from room to room like a vacuum cleaner. HARRY BLISS: That's more or less normal for most adult males. Some percent of the time they are going to try to make vulgar gestures in a person. Must to stay unshakeable. JOAN SPRUANCE: Do not excite too much, is it? HARRY BLISS: No, it's very nice. JOAN SPRUANCE: Is Chopin. It's a nocturne. HARRY BLISS: Do you know what excites me? JOAN SPRUANCE: Means "song of the night". HARRY BLISS: You are. JOAN SPRUANCE: Harry, I think I should tell you something. HARRY BLISS: Do not worry about it. JOAN SPRUANCE: No, that's the problem. You see, I... HARRY BLISS: No problem. JOAN SPRUANCE: I want to be honest with you, because I just realized something about myself. I slept with a number of men in my life just because I did not want to not like me. But I have not liked the most. So I don't know why I care if they liked me or not. HARRY BLISS: You know, I'm not one of those guys who wants to look up you like an object. JOAN SPRUANCE: I know, I know. That's not what I said. HARRY BLISS: I look at a woman as a whole. JOAN SPRUANCE: What I mean is that I don't know if right now I'll sleep with you because I don't want to be alone. So I thought we could try to explore other modes. HARRY BLISS: Other modes? JOAN SPRUANCE: There are other ways to be intimate that people do not realize. Which no means that I'm not attracted to you. HARRY BLISS: But don't want to bring you around. JOAN SPRUANCE: Bring me around? HARRY BLISS: Other modes is fine. You don't have to be shy with me. JOAN SPRUANCE: Oh God. It's so hard to have an affairs.
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Jack Nicholson as Harry Bliss
Jack Nicholson as Harry Bliss


Man Trouble
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Ellen Barkin as Joan Spruance
Ellen Barkin as Joan Spruance