Trash Humpers (2009), dir. Harmony Korine
"I can smell the pain of all of these people living in here. I can smell how all of these people are just trapped in their lives, their day-to-day lives. They don’t see much. Sometimes, they get lost in it. Other times, they just feel lost. I can feel their pain. Like, coming from these trees and these houses. I can feel that pain, and it hurts me to think that I live such a balanced life. All of these people going to work, going to pray on Sundays with their children. I don’t quite understand why anyone would choose to live that way. That’s a stupid way to live. That’s a stupid, stupid, stupid way to live. See, what people don’t understand is that we choose to live like free, free, free people. You know, we choose to live like the people should live. I don’t follow no rules on Sunday. I don’t eat no pies on Monday. I don’t play no games on Tuesday. I don’t cry myself to sleep on Wednesday. It’s all just, I don’t know, one long game, I guess you could call it. And I expect we’ll win it. I expect that all these people will be dead and buried long, long before I even catch my second wind. I feel like a young boy. I feel like a new man."