Deliver Us from Evil

Continuity mistake: At the end when Sarchie is hugging his wife, in one shot the bandage on his arm has unravelled. In the next, it is neatly wrapped.


Sarchie: You see, Father, as we speak every day, out there, someone's getting hurt, ripped off, murdered, raped. Where's God when all that's happening? Hmm?
Mendoza: In the hearts of people like you, who put a stop to it. I mean, we can talk all night about the problem of evil, but what about the problem of good? I mean, if there's no God, if the world is just "survival of the fittest," then why are all the men in this room willing to lay down their lives for total strangers? Hmm?

Butler: You know, when your radar goes off, you usually wind up with stitches?
Sarchie: You're an adrenaline junkie, and without my radar, you don't get your fix. Okay?

Mendoza: A saint is not a moral exemplar. A saint is a life-giver.


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