The Deaths of Ian Stone (2007)
Jaime Murray: Medea
[after Ian tries unsuccessfully to escape]
Medea : [sarcastically] That was a very nice try. Really.
Medea : What's wrong?
Ian Stone : I watched a man die today.
Medea : What?
Ian Stone : It happened at work, right in front of me. And I just shared an elevator with the guy, you know?
Medea : My god.
Ian Stone : And then this other guy was standing over him. At first, it looked like he was there to help, I thought. But then...
Medea : What?
Ian Stone : I don't know. I don't know. I guess I don't know what I saw. The weird part is, the guy that was helping him reminded me of this hockey ref who used to hassle me.
Ian Stone : The problem is that I'm remembering something that never happened. Maybe something's wrong with me, you know?
Medea : I don't know. Do you think something's wrong with you?
Ian Stone : No. I mean, I feel fine but you gotta admit, having memories of shit that never happened? Come on, that doesn't strike you as bizarre?
Medea : Nothing bizarre ever happens to you.
Ian Stone : I'm serious Medea, you don't think this is a little nuts?
Medea : Ian, you're speaking to a girl whose parents named her after a witch who killed her own children.
Ian Stone : That's right.
Medea : You'll forgive me if there's few things that strike me as being a little nuts.
Ian Stone : Something's not right.
Medea : I don't enjoy this Ian, but you leave me no choice.
Medea : We don't like doing this, Ian. But we don't have much choice, do we?
Medea : Ian, Ian, Ian. Silly name really. We could have chosen a better one.