The Woodsman (2004)
Vickie: So, what did you do?
Walter: I molested little girls.
Vickie: [laughs in disbelief]
Walter: 12 years in prison is no joke.
Walter: They think I'm crazy.
Rosen: Do you think you're crazy?
Walter: You know, talking to you is like riding on a fucking merry-go-round.
Rosen: That's a marvelous image, Walter. Because by going in circles, we find things we missed the first time around.
Walter: What can I do for you Sergeant Lucas?
Sgt. Lucas: Oh, you can listen to my stories about Jesus.
Sgt. Lucas: Do you believe in Fairy Tales?
Walter: Fairy Tales?
Sgt. Lucas: Yeah, like Alice in Wonderland.
Sgt. Lucas: Yeah, yeah, me neither. What's that one with the Woodsman?
Sgt. Lucas: Yeah, with the ax?
Walter: I don't know.
Sgt. Lucas: Yeah, you know it. The Woodsman, he cuts open the wolf's stomach and the little girl come out alive...
Walter: Little Red Riding Hood.
Sgt. Lucas: Little Red Riding Hood! That's it! That's it. The Woodsman, he cuts open the wolf's stomach, the girl comes out without a scratch... You ever see a seven-year-old sodomized in half? She was so small, just broken. I saw 20-year vets on that job. Hard guys, they just broke down and cried. I was there, I cried... There ain't no fucking woodsman in this world.
Carlos: [throws him a can of beer] Boy, you still think fast!
Walter: You don't need to think fast to handle a beer.
Vickie: So, are you gonna tell me your dark secret?
Walter: Why do you wanna know?
Vickie: Don't you think I should know before we have sex?
Walter: [looks at her]
Vickie: I don't like to waste time.
Carlos: Sometimes when I walk down the street and I pass a sexy-looking woman she makes me feel like I'm bothering her. Hey, I see a pretty lady, I look. That's the price of beauty, my friend.
Sgt. Lucas: Have you ever seen a seven year old... sodomized in half?
Rosen: So, how are you adjusting?
Walter: I'm adjusting okay.
Rosen: And your new apartment?
Walter: Apartment's okay.
Rosen: How's the job?
Walter: The job's okay.
Rosen: Do I take "okay" to mean you feel good about working there?
Walter: I said the job's okay.
Vickie: Something wrong with this picture. Here's this nice, hardworking guy. Suddenly appears out of the blue. Takes the bus to and from work. I mean who takes the bus anymore?
Walter: People who don't have cars.
Vickie: It's very weird.
Walter: Not as weird as a sharp, young, good-looking woman working in a lumber yard.
Vickie: Oh, yeah? What's weird about that?
Walter: Most women wouldn't choose it.
Vickie: Guess I'm not like most women.
Vickie: Walter, what did you do? What happened to you?
Walter: Why do you want to know?
Vickie: Because I like you.
Sgt. Lucas: I don't know why they keep lettin' freaks like you out on the street. It just means we gotta catch you all over again.