Leonard Shelby from Memento (2000)

You can only feel details. Bits and pieces which you didn’t bother to put into words. And extreme moments you feel even if you don’t want to. Put it together and you get the feel of the person, enough to know how much you miss them, and how much you hate the person who took them away.”

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