Quotes from Philip Seymour Hoffman movies and TV shows - page 4 of 4

Caden Cotard: I know how to do the play now. It will all take place over the course of one day. And that day will be the day before you died. That day was the happiest day of my life. Then I'll be able to live it forever. See you soon.

Caden Cotard: Try to keep in mind that a young person playing Willie Loman thinks he's only pretending to be at the end of a life full of despair. But the tragedy is that we know that you, the young actor will end up in this very place of desolation.

Caden Cotard: I don't menstruate, so I don't know how I could smell like I'm menstruating.

Caden Cotard: I know how to do it now. There are nearly thirteen million people in the world. None of those people is an extra. They're all the leads of their own stories. They have to be given their due.

Maria: It's all about your artistic satisfaction, Caden.
Caden Cotard: You're stoned.

Caden Cotard: Can you step out for a second?
Plumber: Go ahead, I've seen boy parts.

Caden Cotard: I don't know what I'm doing.

Caden Cotard: My father died. They said his body was riddled with cancer and that he didn't know, he went in because his finger hurt. They said he suffered horribly, and that he called out for me before he died. They said that he said he regretted his life. They said he said a lot of things, too many to recount, and they said it was the longest and the saddest deathbed speech any of them had ever heard.

Caden Cotard: I didn't jump, Sammy! A man stopped me before I jumped! Get up! I didn't jump.

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