“- Charlie Dick: Hey, I want you to get your coat. I want to drive you some place for a drink. I want us to dance awhile, then I want us to get to know each other a lot better.
- Patsy Cline: You want a lot don't you?
- Charlie Dick: Yeah I do baby.
- Patsy Cline: Well people in Hell want ice water, that don't mean they get it.”
“Sweet Dreams” quotes(1985)
Plot – Patsy Cline is a provincial girl who comes from a poor family of Virginia. She lives with her mother, her brother and sister and sings in folk clubs to make a living. Here Charlie Dick, a restless and primitive worker, falls in love with her and Patsy agrees to marry him. While she gains success, the relationship becomes increasingly tense and unsustainable despite they have two children. After another brawl, she goes to hospital and decides to separate from him. In the meantime, a plane crashes and interrupts in a flash her career and private life.
All actors – Jessica Lange, Ed Harris, Ann Wedgeworth, David Clennon, James Staley, Gary Basaraba, John Goodman, P.J. Soles, Terri Gardner, Caitlin Kelch, Robert L. Dasch, Courtney Parkershow all
“Sweet Dreams” Quotes 5 quotes
“- Hilda Hensley: I got a check today. Why don't you go out and spend some money? It'll make you feel better.
- Patsy Cline: Says who?
- Hilda Hensley: Well, you're just too mean to live lately.”
“Lord, bitch. You don't sing. You whine. You whine.”
“- Charlie Dick: I want to get to know you better.
- Patsy Cline: Ok, now what does that mean?
- Charlie Dick: Means I want to get to know you better.
- Patsy Cline: See, I figure when you say you want to get to know me better, what you really mean is you want a ten minute screw in the back seat of your car.
- Charlie Dick: Son of a bitch. You...” (continue) (continue reading)
“- Charlie Dick: I don't have to come crawling after some mean mouthed woman who got a cob crossways. Hell, if I just want to bump uglies with somebody, I got plenty of places to go for that.
- Patsy Cline: Bump uglies?
- Charlie Dick: That's right.
- Patsy Cline: My lord Charlie, what a charming expression.”