Movie: The Cider House Rules [1999] Movie: The Cider House Rules [1999]

Movie: The Cider House Rules [1999] Movie: The Cider House Rules [1999]

Homer Wells:
I've looked at so many women. I've seen everything, and felt nothing. But when I look at you, it hurts.

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Homer Wells:
They wanted a girl, Curly.



Curly:
Nobody ever wants me.



Homer Wells:
Oh, hey. Hey, come on. Come here. You know, you're one of the best, Curly, and we wouldn't let just anyone take you.



Curly:
Dr. Larch wouldn't let just anyone take *any* of us.



Homer Wells:
Well, that's true.



Curly:
Nobody's asked for me, have they?



Homer Wells:
Nobody special enough, Curly.



Curly:
You mean somebody has?



Homer Wells:
Only the right people can have you. Now what do you say we go unpack your suitcase?

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Dr. Wilbur Larch:
Goodnight, you princes of Maine, you kings of New England.

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[Homer reads the actual Cider House Rules to the illiterate workers]



Peaches:
What do they think, go up to the roof to sleep? They must think we're crazy. They think we're dumb niggers, so we need dome dumb rules, is what they think.



Rose Rose:
That's it? It don't mean nothin' at all. And all this time I been wonderin' about 'em.



Arthur Rose:
They outrageous, them rules. Who live in this cider house? Who grindin' up those apples, pressin' that cider, cleanin' up all this mess? Who just plain live here, just breathin' in that vinegar? Well, someone who don't live here made those rules. Those rules ain't for us. We are supposed to make our own rules. And we do. Every single day.

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Fuzzy:
Is your father dead?



Dr. Wilbur Larch:
Cirrhosis. It's a disease of the liver.



Fuzzy:
What, a liver killed him?



Dr. Wilbur Larch:
No, alcohol killed him. He drank himself to death.



Fuzzy:
But did you know him?



Dr. Wilbur Larch:
Barely. But it hardly mattered that I knew him.



Fuzzy:
Did you know your mother better?



Dr. Wilbur Larch:
Mm-hmm. She's dead now too. She was a nanny.



Fuzzy:
What's a nanny do?



Dr. Wilbur Larch:
She looks after other people's children.



Fuzzy:
Did she grow up around here?



Dr. Wilbur Larch:
No. She was an immigrant.



Fuzzy:
What's an immigrant?



Dr. Wilbur Larch:
Someone not from Maine.

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