Day of the Locust (1975) Directed by John Schlesinger from the novel by Nathanael West. Karen Black as Fay Greener and William Atherton as Tod Hackett (not pictured)

Tod: I love you.
Fay: Don’t say that!
Tod: It’s true.
Fay: Love’s special.
Tod: Yes, it is.
: Don’t make me hurt you. You’re very kind and clever, but I could only let a really rich man love me. I could only love someone criminally handsome. Please try to understand. That’s how I am. I’m sorry.

3 Responses to “Day of the Locust (1975)”

  1. She could never really love the kind of man who would be a douchebag reporter in DIE HARD or a sleazy principal on LOST. That’s how she is.

  2. Don’t forget a man who has no dick.

  3. Well, that’s what I heard!

    Few, if any, more reliable indicators of douchiness than William “Summer’s Eve” Atherton in the role.

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