"A film is, or should be, more like music than like fiction. It should be a progression of moods and feelings. The theme, what's behind the emotion, the meaning, all that comes later."
- Stanley Kubrick
"And there’s a lake. And at the bottom you’ll find all my friends. They don’t swim cause they’re all dead. We never are what we intend, or invent. ‘Cause I make little lies and then I pull them apart. Think something dark’s living down in my heart."
"Squeaky swings and tall grass. The longest shadows ever cast. The water’s warm and children swim, and we frolicked about in our summer skin. I don’t recall a single care. Just greenery and humid air."
“Now I know that I’m not all that you got. I guess that I just thought maybe we could find new ways to fall apart. But our friends are back, so let’s raise a toast ‘cause I found someone to carry me home.
Tonight, we are young. So let’s set the world on fire. We can burn brighter than the sun.”
“Everyone knows you can’t choose your family but you can choose you friends. And in a world ruled by bloodlines and bank accounts, it pays to have a pal. As much as a BFF can make you go WTF, there’s no denying we’d all be a little less less rich without them…no, that’s not a tear in my eye, it’s just allergies. Without you, I’m nothing.