Geraldine: Life has a gap in it. It just does. You don't go crazy trying to fill it like some lunatic.
Lou: Maybe you should take a shower. It'll make you feel better.
Margot: I don't want to take a shower.
Lou: Just do me a favor, ok?
Margot: [in the shower and Lou splashes cold water on her] You?
Margot: Every - ?
Margot: There's no...
Lou: There's no problem with the water. There's nothing to get fixed. I thought when we're 80, I'll tell Margot I've been doing this her whole life, and it'll make her laugh. As kind of a long term joke.
Margot: [laughs and starts to cry]
Margot: Sometimes I'm... walking along the street and a shaft of sunlight falls in a certain way across the pavement and I just wanna cry. And then a second later, it's over. I decide because I'm an adult, to not succumb to the momentary melancholy; And I thought that sometimes with Tony, she just had a moment like that. A moment of not known how or why, and she just let herself go into and there was nothing anyone could do to make it any better. It was just her and the fact of being alive, colliding.
Daniel: Or maybe you just didn't figure out what it was.
Margot: I'd like to make a date to kiss you.
Daniel: Well... my schedule's fairly flexible.
Margot: Is it flexible in 30 years?
Daniel: 30 years?
Margot: I'd like to see you at the lighthouse in Louisbourg. I'd like to meet you there. I'll be 58, I don't know how old you'll be...
Daniel: I'll be 59.
Margot: I'd like to see you there, on this date, at... 2PM. Eastern Standard time. August 5th, 2040, I'd like to kiss you. Until then, I'm married. But after 35 years of being faithful to my husband I think I'll have earned one kiss from you.
Daniel: I've been thinking about that airport fear of yours, of being in between things. I think I kinda hate it too. I know it's kind of the nature of being alive, but I'd like to avoid it wherever possible. I don't think I wanna be in between things.
Geraldine: You think everything can be worked out if you just make the right move? That must be thrilling... Life has a gap in it. It just does. You don't go crazy trying to fill it like some lunatic.
Geraldine: Life has a gap in it... It just does. You don't go crazy trying to fill it.
Lou: At least I have my testicles.
Lou: [to a hesitant Margot] Get in. What are you doing? What the fuck? You're going to ride in a rickshaw!
Margot: [holding the painting Daniel made her] I guess my response is... Fuck you.
Geraldine: You're good news. You know that?
Margot: I remember when my niece, The Tony was newborn... Reserving the... And sometimes crying, as do babies, and... And... I did what I could to find the cause. Hungry, is tired? Has rash? 9 times out of 10 I solve the problem, but... Sometimes... I do not know... Sometimes... I walk in the street, and... A ray of light illuminates a special way the sidewalk... And... I want to cry... And... after a second over. And I decide, because i'm an adult. Decide not to leave the emotional moment. And this some thought times with Tony. And she just lived such a time. One moment he did not know how and why and just let herself. And he could not do someone something about it to make it better. He was alone. And the fact that 're alive... Conflict... with this... Yes. - Or just do not understand what it was. -Yes.