Rabbit Hole (2010)
Dianne Wiest: Nat
Becca : Does it ever go away?
Nat : No, I don't think it does. Not for me, it hasn't - has gone on for eleven years. But it changes though.
Becca : How?
Nat : I don't know... the weight of it, I guess. At some point, it becomes bearable. It turns into something that you can crawl out from under and... carry around like a brick in your pocket. And you... you even forget it, for a while. But then you reach in for whatever reason and - there it is. Oh right, that. Which could be aweful - not all the time. It's kinda...
Nat : not that you'd like it exactly, but it's what you've got instead of your son. So, you carry it around. And uh... it doesn't go away. Which is...
Becca : Which is what?
Nat : Fine, actually.
Nat : You know, Becca, when your brother died, I found the church very helpful.
Becca : I know. I know you did, but that's you. That's not me, and Danny... Danny isn't Arthur.
Nat : You know, I brought you to church every Sunday.
Becca : Let's not start this again, okay, Mom? I'm just... I'm just calling about the cake.
Nat : You're not right about everything, you know? What if there is a God?
Becca : Then I'd say he's a sadistic prick.
Nat : All right, Becca, that's enough.
Becca : "Worship me and I'll treat you like shit." No wonder you like him. He sounds just like Dad.