“I can’t offer you much.”
“I’m not asking for much. Just this. To be with you sometimes.”
“She looks real nice. Sorry. I had to make her real too.”
"I want you to want to leave her… I want you to want me."
"Maybe you've been loved the way we were."
"No. Not like that. Not like you."
Like Mrs Soffel, this initially struck me as a very odd movie for a woman to choose to direct, but something that really only occurred to me after that movie (and after reviewing it) is, like, I guess that’s why they chose to do it. My knee-jerk reaction to these stories is much like I imagine Jamie Lee Curtis’ friend - who…