Choreographer Quotes in War, Inc. (2008)
Choreographer: Each girl is a transfemoral amputee that lost her leg during the liberation.
Marsha Dillon: And thanks to Tamerlane's cutting edge prosthetic devices, we can literally have you up and dancing before you know it.
Brand Hauser: just another breathtaking example of how American know-how alleviates the suffering it creates.
Marsha Dillon: ...And Coniel Bislan, an M72 rocket-propelled grenade that mistakenly hit her high school.
Brand Hauser: And Tamerlane used the exact same RPG firing pin rod assembly technology that it uses in the prosthetic knees of its dancing legs.
Natalie Hegalhuzen: Talk about vertical integration!
[the Piano Choreographer stomps off in a huff]
Choreographer: This is the most unprofessional job I've ever had! What is this? Why, nobody knows where they're going or what they're doing, of course except for... me!
[the piano choreographer trips and falls into pile of film cans]
Vassili Markovitch, Commisar of Art: I am the new commissar of art. My name is Markovitch. Any questions?
Choreographer: Comrade commissar...
Vassili Markovitch, Commisar of Art: I will ask the questions. What are they doing?
Choreographer: Peter Boroff's tone poem, "Ode to a Tractor."
Vassili Markovitch, Commisar of Art: Peter Boroff? Do you not know that the great Peter Boroff may not come back from Paris, and if he does not, he no longer has any talent?
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