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CastAnthony Hopkins, Julianne Moore, Gary Oldman, Ray Liotta, Frankie Faison, Giancarlo Giannini, Francesca Neri, Zeljko Ivanek, David Andrews, Francis Guinan, Enrico Lo Verso, Mark Margolis, Ivano Marescotti, Boyd Kestner, Ajay Naidu, Kelly Piper, Bruce MacVittie, Judie Aronson
Year released2001
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Sequel to The Silence of the Lambs

Pedophile Verger: “Some kind of mail order courses in psychology, Nurse Barney?”
Barney, referring to the psychiatrist: “I don’t consider psychology a science, and neither did Dr. Lecter.”
Verger, referring to the FBI agent: “Barney, now while you were working at the asylum, you observed Clarice Starling and Hannibal Lecter interacting.” (0:00)

DEA agents. Special Agent Starling tells D.C. Police Officer Bolton, “DEA and ATF, in addition to backing me up, are here for the drugs and weapons. You’re here because our mayor wants to appear tough on drugs, especially after his own cocaine conviction...”
”Across the street, ground floor, is the meth lab... DEA hits the back...” (0:05)

Television coverage of funeral: “This ill-fated drug raid... Agent Starling attained some measure of celebrity 10 years ago when she was given information by Dr. Hannibal “The Cannibal” Lecter...” (0:11)

FBI Agent Pearsall introduces “John Eldridge from DEA...” (0:12)

Starling asks Verger, “Had you ever seen Dr. Lecter before the court assigned him to you for therapy?”
”We met conventionally, as doctor and patient...”
Lecter (in flashback): “Would you like a popper?”
Lecter pops open a vial, and Verger snorts it.
Verger: “Once that kicked in I was flying.”
”Did you find some rapport with Dr. Lecter in your talks at the asylum?” (0:19)

Evidence custodian Geoffrey tells Starling, “It’s kind of like the cocaine that disappears around here.” (0:23)

Starling tells Barney, referring to Lecter, ”You survived him six years at the asylum.”
Barney tells a pigeon, “You’ve grieved long enough.” (0:25)

Chief Inspector Rinaldo Pazzi tells Lecter (pretending to be Dr. Fell), “Um, the officers who first checked didn’t find any sort of farewell or suicide note.” (0:31)

Text viewed by Pazzi on a Web site: “Hannibal Lecter, once considered a brilliant psychiatrist...” (0:43)

Startling tells Justice Department official Paul she is “Thinking about cannibalism.” (0:44)

Pazzi’s wife Allegra: “Dr. Fell, do you believe a man could become so obsessed with a woman from a single encounter?” (1:06)

By telephone Starling tells Pazzi, “I’m confused...” (1:09)

Lecter tells Pazzi, “I’m giving very serious thought to eating your wife.”
Lecter renders Pazzi unconscious by administering a volatile general anesthetic he previously squirted on a handkerchief.”
He tells Pazzi, now bound and gagged, “Oh, you’re confused. Oh, please don’t be confused because I may have to fillet Signora Pazzi after all.”
”Are you confused?” (1:15)

Verger asks his personal physician Dr. Cordell Doemling, “Does Lecter wanna... eat her, or what?” (1:22)

Starling: “Do you mean, Mr. Krendler, like a homosexual?”
Krendler: “Like a nut with a crush.” (1:25)

Reporter: “... Clarice Starling... began her career with an assignment to interview lethal madman Hannibal Lecter.” (1:26)

Starling tells FBI Asst. Director Noonan, “I know the first thing an hysteric says is, ‘I am not an hysteric, but I am not an hysteric‘.“ (1:40)

Verger tells Lecter, “Well, I could list it’s most conspicuous features if that will help jog the memory.” (1:43)

Lecter injects Starling. (1:51)

Lecter anesthetizes Krendler. (1:52)

Lecter: “I don’t think that’s a good idea, Clarice, not with the morphine.” (1:57)

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