Thriller about Guy Luthan (Hugh Grant), a British doctor working at a hospital in New York who starts making unwanted enquiries when the body of a man who died in his emergency room ... See full summary¬†¬Ľ

Det. Stone: Any time you need me, give me a call. It's Stone, as in Sharon.
Dr. Lawrence Myrick: People die everyday. And for what? For nothing. What do we do? What do *you* do? You take care of the ones you think you can save. Good doctors do the correct thing. Great doctors have the guts to do the right thing. Your father had those guts.
Dr. Guy Luthan: Those men upstairs, maybe there isn't much point to their lives. Maybe they are doing a great thing for the world. Maybe they are heroes. But they didn't choose to be. You chose for them. And you can't do that, because you're a doctor, and you took an oath. I don't care if you find a cure for every disease on the planet! You tortured and murdered those men upstairs, and that makes you a disgrace to your profession!
Dr. Guy Luthan: [the Half-Mole stops at the top of a staircase, deep underground] Is it down there? Well I'm not paying you until I get there.
Half-Mole: [after a long pause and speaking for the first time] I don't go down there
Dr. Guy Luthan: How do I know you're telling the truth?
Half-Mole: You're still alive
Dr. Guy Luthan: [Guy hands him the money]
Half-Mole: To the bottom and through
[Guy is facing an explusion hearing due to be wrongly accused of drugs charges]
Dr. Guy Luthan: Okay, look. It seems that you believe that I am somebody who had a great career, would just suddenly throw it all away. It seems more believable to you than somebody in this hospital is covering up the death of a patient of mine who's body just seemed to disappear into thin fucking air!
[repeated line]
Dr. Guy Luthan: Triphase...
Dr. Guy Luthan: [is speaking on phone] Judith, it's Guy. Listen. I've been shot. Listen, they're hijacking people from the hospital and using them as some sort of research... I'm pretty sure that's what Triphase is, it's a kind of research program and someone at Grammercy is working for them! Listen, there's a cop, called Stone, call him, he might believe me, Judith please pick up...
Dr. Guy Luthan: Listen to me for fuck's sake I'm not killing anyone! I'm here because whoever did kill Claude has fucked up my life! Is Teddy here? If Teddy is here, you *have* to let me *see* him!
Mole Lady: [after a long pause] He's here
Dr. Guy Luthan: [as Ted writhes in pain] How long has he been here?
Mole Lady: Four days. We found him at the factories, he was trying to make his way back here
Dr. Guy Luthan: Okay, I just need to turn him over. Here, hold his head
[it reveals a nasty gash exposing a vertebrae]
Dr. Guy Luthan: Jesus... That's why they do the lab tests
Mole Lady: Who's 'they'?
Dr. Guy Luthan: [not appearing to hear] That's why they do the lab tests. Someone's using healthy subjects
Mole Leader: Why us?
Dr. Guy Luthan: They think you won't be missed
Mole Leader: It's Gramercy, isn't it? That's where we all go
Dr. Guy Luthan: Wait a minute, what others are you talking about?
Skicap: He knows... and this motherfucker's in on it!
Mole Leader: [he glares, warning the other man to back off] We had a guy from the dockywards... they take the strong ones, they take men
Dr. Guy Luthan: They're playing with healthy spines... someone's cut him...
Dr. Guy Luthan: Something strange has happened to one of my patients...
Dr. Jeffrey Manko: [not paying any attention] Now why won't this new system accept my security code?
Dr. Guy Luthan: Okay, listen...
Dr. Lawrence Myrick: What if there was hope? What would it be worth to be able to walk again? To be able to feed yourself? To go back to your old life? To be a doctor? What would you endure?
Dr. Guy Luthan: You're a creepy person, aren't you?
Jodie Trammel: You made a moral choice and not a medical one. I guess I'm kind of surprised, that's all.
Dr. Guy Luthan: On my right I see a cop with pictures of his kids in his wallet, and on my left some guy who's taken out a gun on a city bus! I had ten seconds to make a choice. I hope I made the right one.

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