Three actors learn that their respective performances in the film "Home for Purim," a drama set in the mid-1940s American South, are generating award-season buzz.

Lane Iverson: You can't throw the baby out with the bathwater because then all you have is a wet, critically injured baby.
Corey Taft: Question: Do I look like I have Indian blood?
Pam Campanella: Not at a...
Corey Taft: Question: Would it surprise you to learn that I am 1/8th Mighty Choctaw?
Pam Campanella: It woul...
Corey Taft: Question: Would it astound you to learn that here on the set, I am Corey Taft, but when I'm at home, I'm Jo-Jo?
Chuck Porter: You know what they say about blind prostitutes?
Chuck Porter: You have to hand it to them!
Callie Webb: [during her "No Penis Intended" comedy routine after the nominations] Yes, I suppose I'll forgive him... in HELL! HA HA HA HA!
[laughs maniacally]
Jay Berman: I love that you did all this work, and it'll serve you well - but not on this movie.
Corey Taft: In every actor there lives a tiger, a pig, an ass, and a nightingale.
Corey Taft: The internet... is that the one with the e-mail?
Martin Gibb: All I'm saying is, have it there, have it there, don't shove it down people's throat. I don't run around going, "I'm a gentile, look at my foreskin!" I don't shove it down your throat, because I don't care.
Corey Taft: Don't make assumptions about the talent. Don't assume the talent can hear well.
Mary Pat Hooligan: Dying is easy. Playing a lesbian is hard.
Whitney Taylor Brown: What if we do a, uh, a different holiday around the table, Easter, and just focus on the rabbit?
Chuck Porter: Now I know what it feels like to stare down into the Grand Canyon.
Pam Campanella: What does a producer do?
Whitney Taylor Brown: Well, as... as my assistant Lincoln can tell you, there's a lot of telephone calls and... you know, lots of getting out the wallet. And paying for sometimes ridiculous things, like... like snacks.
Marilyn Hack: Is that my sweet Rachel's voice I heard? Or am I just goin' meshuga?
Chuck Porter: Marilyn Hack and trash, what a juxtaposition.
Whitney Taylor Brown: Someone's killed their children and made them into cookies, and I want to go see that.
Whitney Taylor Brown: [everyone around her is arguing] Well what about me?

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