Their Finest (2016)
Tom Buckley: It's never for anything. Why do you think that people like films? It's because stories are structured; have a shape, a purpose, a meaning; and when things gone bad they're still a part of a plan; there's a point to them. Unlike life.
Phyl Moore: They're afraid they won't be able to put us back in the box when this is over, and it makes them belligerent.
Tom Buckley: Film, Mrs Cole. Real life with the boring bits cut out. Don't confuse facts with truth, and, for Christ's sake, don't let either of them get in the way of the story.
Phyl Moore: He is an actor. Unless you have reviewed him, had intercourse with him, or done both simultaneously, he won't remember you.
Catrin Cole: Anything else?
Tom Buckley: Since you're so keen to flex your femininity, you can tidy up!
Ambrose Hilliard: You and me given opportunities only because young men are gone. But to turn or back on those opportunities , wouldn't that be giving death dominion over life?
Gabriel Baker: Wonderful! Authenticity, optimism and a dog!
Roger Swain: [to Catrin] Ministry wages start at three and ten, and obviously they can't pay you as much as the chaps. So shall we say two pound a week?
Phyl Moore: Are you a cinema goer?
Catrin Cole: Yes.
Phyl Moore: Then you'll be familiar with informationals. We sandwich them between the support and the main features so the public to be informed don't have time to escape.