"And I went upstairs to the balcony, and I sat down, and the movie was a film that I’d seen many times in my life since I was a kid, and I always loved it. I’m watching these people up on the screen and I started getting hooked on the film. I started to feel, how can you even think of killing yourself, I mean, isn’t it so stupid? Look at all the people up there on the screen, they’re real funny, and what if the worst is true? What if there is no God and you only go around once, and that’s it. Well, you know, don’t you wanna be part of the experience?”
Duck Soup (1933) in Hannah and Her Sisters (1986) "And I went upstairs to the balcony, and I sat down, and the movie was a film that I’d seen many times in my life since I was a kid, and I always loved it. I’m watching these people up on the screen and I started getting hooked on the film. I started to feel, how can you even think of killing yourself, I mean, isn’t it so stupid? Look at all the people up there on the screen, they’re real funny, and what if the worst is true? What if there is no God and you only go around once, and that’s it. Well, you know, don’t you wanna be part of the experience?”
Duck Soup (1933) in Hannah and Her Sisters (1986)

"And I went upstairs to the balcony, and I sat down, and the movie was a film that I’d seen many times in my life since I was a kid, and I always loved it. I’m watching these people up on the screen and I started getting hooked on the film. I started to feel, how can you even think of killing yourself, I mean, isn’t it so stupid? Look at all the people up there on the screen, they’re real funny, and what if the worst is true? What if there is no God and you only go around once, and that’s it. Well, you know, don’t you wanna be part of the experience?”

Duck Soup (1933) in Hannah and Her Sisters (1986)