White Oleander 
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Paul: What happened?
Astrid: She let me go.
Paul: I get this feeling like... you're not interested in guys.
Astrid: You're right, I'm not.
Astrid: There's nothing wrong with being a Christian.
Ingrid: Are you out of your mind? How did this happen? I raised you, not a pack of Bible-thumping trailer trash. I raised you to think for yourself.
Astrid: No you didn't. You raised me to think like you.
Astrid: You look at me, and you don't like what you see. But this is the price, Mother - the price of belonging to you.
Ingrid: I made you. I'm in your blood. You don't go anywhere until I let you go
Astrid: Then let me go
Astrid: Looks don't interest me.
Paul: That's easy for you to say, you've never been ugly.
Astrid: My mother was the most beautiful woman I had ever seen. She was also the most dangerous.
Starr: Astrid, those are ugly shoes.
Astrid: Snakes don't bite above ankle.
Starr: Well, take my word for it, you better being bitten by snakes then dressin' for them.
Starr: Don't "But" me. He is a man, and he sees what he sees, and does what he can.
Ingrid: Love humiliates you. Hatred cradles you.
Ingrid: Of course I was jealous. I live in a cell with a women who has a vocabulary of 25 words.
Claire Richards: Take my advice and stay away from broken people.
Paul: I was born addicted to heroin.
Astrid: And what was that like?
Paul: I don't know - I was out of rehab by the time I was six months old.
Rena: Workers of the world arise. You've got nothing to lose but Visa card, happy meal, and Kotex with wings.
Claire Richards: What was the best day of your life?
Astrid: Beauty was my mothers law, her religion.
Ray: My opinion is if there is a god he sure as hell ain't worth prayin' to.
Carolee: Don't look at me like that. You're no different than I am... you just don't know it yet.
Astrid: The Next time you and your friends jump me, I'll cut your throats when you're sleeping.
Rena: You're a stupid girl, you walk away from money to punish mother?
Astrid: Never let a man spend the night, she said. Never apologize, never explain. She was breaking all her rules, and it would change everything.
Starr: He who believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall live. And don't you forget it, missy.