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The Prince of Tides quotes

Eddie Detreville: How's Savannah? When can I see her?
Tom Wingo: I don't know, Eddie. It's like talking to a fern.
Eddie Detreville: Well, I'm glad she's improving.

Tom Wingo: Now girls, have I ever told you the facts of life?
Jennifer Wingo: Oh, not this again.
Tom Wingo: Stay away from boys 'cause they are all disgusting, self-indulgent beasts that pee on bushes and pick their noses.

Susan Lowenstein: Just admit it. You love her more.
Tom Wingo: No. Not more, Lowenstein. Only longer.

Tom Wingo: (narrating) From my mother I inherited a love of language and an appreciation of nature. She could turn a walk around the island into a voyage of purest discovery. As a child, I thought she was the most extraordinary woman on earth. I wasn't the first son to be wrong about his mother.

Tom Wingo: I'm sick of my sister's attraction to razor blades - and I'm sick of shrinks who can't do a fu***** thing to help her.

Tom Wingo: (narrating) In New York I learned that I needed to love my mother and father in all their flawed, outrageous humanity, and in families there are no crimes beyond forgiveness. But it is the mystery of life that sustains me now. I look to the north, and I wish again that there were two lives apportioned to every man - and every woman.

Tom Wingo: (narrating) I suppose Henry Wingo would have been a pretty good father - if he hadn't been such a violent man.

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