5 to 7DVD - 2015
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Sam: A married French woman, 33 years of age, with two children. You could stop that sentence anywhere along the way, and have reason enough not to be in the relationship.
Sam: These are the same French who didn't let us fly over their country on the way to Khadafi.
Brian: Okay, but it's not her Frenchness that's really bothering you.
Sam: No, but I can't discuss her marital or parental status, because if I do my pancreas will explode. So instead, I'm dwelling on the relatively benign, but still objectionable issue of her Frenchness.
Brian: Okay, but...
Sam: In the war, the French couldn't wait to give up their Jews.
Brian: Nobody could wait to give up their Jews...
Sam: Also, they surrendered three times in the same war. Have you any idea how hard that is to do?
Brian: What does that have to do with anything?
Sam: Because this is who you're dealing with.
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When you're 34, I will be 43.
-Women are at their most beautiful in their 40s.
Okay. That's true. But 10 years after that I'll be 53.
-At which point I will believe that women are at their most beautiful in their 50s.
Oh, and 10 years after that?
Do you believe that keeping a marriage together is always best for the children?
-If I believed that.. I wouldn't be asking you to do this. But if you believe it, then... you have to say no.
This is complicated. This is very... very complicated.
-It's not. I mean, yes, it is. Of course, it is, but at the same time it's very simple. What are we willing to do for love?
One day, Brian, when you have children you'll understand that to leave them is to leave yourself. And to injure them, unthinkable.
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