[This dialogue is slightly different in Wikiquote]Drama about Ariel Makaroff (Daniel Hendler), a young Jewish man in Argentina whose father left him and his mother to fight in Israel.He views a video, transferred from film, showing his own circumcision in some detail, and comments "I look like I'm smiling, but I'm really crying." [Audience members are inclined to laugh nervously at this.] In the synagogue, his rabbi shows him his parents' get (bill of divorcement) and he sees it has been slashed.
Epic (300 mins) about the lives of two friends, a landowner's son, Alfredo Berlinghieri (Paolo Pavesi, later Robert de Niro) and a peasant's, Olmo Dalc (Roberto Maccanti, later Gerard Depardieu), both born on January 1, 1900 in Emilio, Italy Alfredo (Pavesi): That must hurt a lot. Grim dramas about the intersection between HIV/AIDS, greed, poverty, money and blood. They terrorize the Latino employees, calling one "You fucking doggy dick! It also has a line directed at a woman wearing a chest-flattening bra: "It looks like you've got a 'Boys Don't Cry' thing happening right now." a reference to the film about Brandon Teena, a FTM transperson (possibly intersexed) who was raped and murdered. While he is in bed in the next room, she surruptitiously telephones her mother and sisters Mae (Piper Perabo) and Maggie (Lauren Graham). They set her up to spy on Jimmy and his skating partner but Jimmy and Katie become romantically involved, so Katie admits she's been spying, and they are soon telling each other the horrors of growing up in such a competitive sport. The first three words are "nipple", "vagina" and "foreskin".
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Olmo: Ah, it burns because you're not courageous, and you're not a socialist! There are several references to circumcision, all meant to be funny.
In a prologue and three unconnected parts set in China, Canada and Africa; the prologue is a flashforward to the middle of the third part. " Just before the characters run the mile of the title (a college tradition after exams), Dwight Stifler (Steve Talley) gives a speech to three other characters to encourage them. Doctor Hirsch is gonna fetch one of them embassy fellas to see him. More information about the film itself will be welcome. Jimmy says his foster-father insisted he be circumcised "to reduce wind resistence." Nick: Where is Frank Devereaux? When Stephen is told his word is "foreskin", he says something like "I cannot play this any more" and starts to leave the room.